TV Mini-Series | TV-PG | | Drama, Horror, Mystery
In 1960, seven pre-teen outcasts fight an evil demon who poses as a child-killing clown. Thirty years later, they reunite to stop the demon once and for all when it returns to their hometown.
If you notice some scenes (like the final battle), you'll find the use of the green color very easily. Stephen King has said that green is a color that, for him, represents death, unease, or the supernatural. It's also been used by the author in other books, and by directors in movies based on his books. This is generally thought of as an influence from H.P. Lovecraft.
I hope that someone remembered to bring something useful, like a machine gun.
Bev Marsh: I brought this. It's the only thing I saved from those days.
Ben Hanscom: I remember you were a dead shot, Bev.
Eddie Kaspbrak: Couldn't miss.
Ben Hanscom: It was like it was supposed to be, Bev. Remember? You hit...
When "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts." is being typed on the typewriter in the library, it is aligned going down the middle the short segments, but when Ben holds the paper and starts reading it, you can see through the back of it that it it written in lines across the top of the page.
During the opening credits, we see pictures of the "Lucky Seven" from their childhood like in a photo album. The final photo of the Paramount cinema segues into the actual one in Derry. The camera pulls back from the title IT, and it turns from white to red. In Pt 2, the final photo of a hotel segues into the one the "Lucky Seven" are staying at. At the end of both parts, Pennywise's laugh is heard.
The DVD adapts the aspect ratio to 1.77:1.