What is the deal about IT 2017 movie that makes it such a savory target for scaring people? You would think the iconic Stephen King story about a killer clown would be creepy enough on its own, but there are people out there who are going extra miles to make it an even scarier affair.
But now we have probably the creepiest and most head-scratching masterpiece of them all, as Jackson Robert Scott, little Georgie Denborough himself, was found at a showing of IT 2017 full movie. Even better, he was dressed in full costume, and before you ask, yup, there are images to prove it. Take a look for yourself! First there was a clown-only screenplay designed for IT 2017 movie, and then there was even a screenplay where one, singular, balloon-carrying clown, was spotted in the theater.
But now, one very lucky audience assumedly got a chance to watch Pennywise the Dancing Clown hunt the younger brother of Bill Denborough, with young man Scott sitting in the very same room. Just imagine seeing IT 2017 full movie, getting absolutely freaked out about the film you’ve just enjoyed, and as everyone’s leaving the theater, you witness Jackson Robert Scott exiting in the crowd. And, to hear the continuous whispers of shock coming out of that room.
Of course, some of you out there are probably frightened and worried about IT being shown to a young man at such a young age. It’s a fair thought, considering IT 2017 movie is a movie that involves an abnormal being preying upon the kids of a small town through its complicated sewer system. Regardless, keep in mind the following thing: Pennywise is really the most intense part of the movie, and considering Scott had already worked with Bill Skarsgard on those sequences for the movie, the language and gruesome violent content in the rest of the movie was very likely a piece of cake.
Note how we said should, as there certainly still lies a chance that Jackson Robert Scott would be creeped out by the scenes he wasn’t involved in. But again, for Scott to even be able to watch IT 2017 full movie, he would have to be watched by a parent or adult of 25 years or older, as the Andres Muschietti directed super-hit has the desired R rating that movies of its genre usually earn. Thanks to the young actor’s parents, Alamo Drafthouse’s Phoenix location not only landed an Instagram win, it was likewise a specifically creepy screenplay, to boot.
Of course, there are still some ways to try and overpass this particularly scary showing of IT 2017. For example, a theater could hire Bill Skarsgard to pop up, secretly, only to walk into the front of the theater and roar a huge, hysteric laugh as the credits roll. Or, there could be a Pennywise impersonator hired to camp at the aisles in the later weeks of IT’s release, when audiences are dipping in for second or third helpings. The limit only exists in the imagination of the film promoter, and if you’re one particular person looking to be out side of the box, just keep in mind one crucial thing: the film is absolutely creepy even without the young boy in a raincoat or other tricks.