Moments In Stephen King Adaptations That Went Too Far

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  Moments In Stephen King Adaptations That Went Too Far

It’s amazing that in a film about an ancient entity masquerading as a murderous sewer-dwelling clown, a “normal” murder would be the most disturbing. Aside from Pennywise the Dancing Clown, the Losers Club has to contend with the abuse of local bully Henry Bowers (Nicholas Hamilton). The group encounters Bowers and his gang several times throughout the film, finally getting the better of them in a rock fight. Henry then suffers another humiliation, this time at the hands of his stern police officer father, in front of his cronies. Following this, Henry sees a red balloon affixed to his home mailbox, within which he finds his lost pocket knife. Throughout the scene’s buildup, all we hear are the foreboding sounds of children laughing, which only adds to the dread.



Henry then returns inside and, motivated by Pennywise on a children’s television show, stabs his father in the neck. This killing, unlike every other killing in the film, is far more brutal and displayed far more realistically. This sharp contrast to the rest of the film makes the scene fairly hard to watch, especially in terms of its violence.



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