Stephen King’s It – Midnight Screenings

Brad and Irving see the highly anticipated big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s It.

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Brad Jones portrays The Cinema Snob, a pretentious film snob who is stuck with reviewing Z-Grade exploitation flicks of the past.

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5 Comments on "Stephen King’s It – Midnight Screenings"

ErichoTTA
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This was much more accurate than the Walker Brothers’ review. I agree with you on most points. I’ve tried reading the book. I have about 250 pages so far. I hope to finish it by the time the next movie comes out. Must be King’s longest book.

HMorris73
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The only one I know of that’s longer is the “Complete & Uncut” version of The Stand.

The Mysterious M
Guest

I know “Under the Dome” and the final Dark Tower book also run pretty long. Whether or not they’re longer though, I can’t recall.

CaptainRoland
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Tim Curry says or sings “Don’t make me laugh, “Don’t pull my leg.”Drake the Gaston-like Pengroid Penguin Villain from Don Bluth’s cartoon or animated feature The Pebble and the Penguin (1995).

CaptainRoland
Guest

Tim Curry also says “Sweet Transvestite” and “Oh you’ll love my Toxic Love” from you folks should know or guess where these lyrics came from.

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