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Before I saw It this September, I only had a vague idea of the plot. "I know there's a clown in a drain, and it's after kids," I said. "Just stay away from the drains, then!" I have now seen the film, and am ready to concede that it was a little more complicated than that.

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I have been waiting for this film since I was 11 years old, when I first read the book. I've read it every year since, endured what people said was a good movie in the made-for-TV version, but what I've been waiting for - is here.

The film that would play out what I've had in my mind all these years.


If you're scared of clowns, it's probably thanks to It. The Stephen King book and miniseries made an entire generation terrified of painted faces and oversized red shoes. The fear is so bad that the upcoming reboot is apparently putting real clowns out of work. But none of them have met the scariest Pennywise of all: A pre-schooler.


Stephen King is the undisputed master of horror. He's an incredibly prolific writer, penning over 56 books under his own name alone, and is one of the most adapted authors alive, with over 120 adaptations of his books, scripts, and short stories on film and television. In those thousands of pages, there have been more deaths than anyone could count -- until now. After scouring every one of King's novels, films, mini-series, and collections of short fiction, here are the 28 worst deaths in the Stephen King canon.