There is no arguing that Stephen King is aptly named, being King of the horror realm. A number of his sensationally shivering horror novels have already been made into movies, including titles such as Rose Red, Pet Sematary, The Shining, The Mist and so many more. The full list contains over 30 titles from argubly the world's greatest horror author, all of which have been incredibly terrifying hits. Not only have there been movies, but the gaming industry also thrives on King's original novels with there being plenty of console games based on his vivid imagination including as well casino games and video slots themed around Stephen King's work. See for yourself! Novi Casino offers some of the most terrifying video slots based on such horror themes.
When news of a new remake of IT arrived it was great to hear that the movie, just like the original two-part TV adaptation, would also be split into two features. And with a storyline that revolves around a child eating clown who lives in the sewers and lures children to their death you know you're onto a winner. The story line alone is enough to scare you and when the first movie was released it truly was the stuff of nightmares. The original 1990 release has gained a lot of following and cult status over the past few years and so it's only natural in the horror movie business that a more modern version with new scares, CGI and effects would be enough to terrify modern audiences. Now, only 2 years after the 2017 remake, IT: Chapter 2 is in post-production and will arrive on the big screen finally on the 6th of September 2019.
According to rumours, the scriptwriter has claimed two of the defining moments from the book will feature in the sequel. Another rumour, from one of the stars oft he movie, also claims that there is one scene which is most likely the bloodiest and goriest in horror movie history. This has fans wondering how gruesome the second release is going to get.
The cast features some of the biggest names in Hollywood, and so with high paid actors on board and in charge of the ominous eeriness the audience is bound to experience, we believe the second will leave us wishing there was a third movie in the pipeline. Pennywise will return and seek the blood and souls and according to a Tweet from the man behind the novel, and Mr King himelf says you'll love it, you'll 'float'!