The movie It has enjoyed incredible success at the box office. The insanely creepy clown, hilarious children, and unsettling town of Derry, Maine come together to make a truly spooky and enjoyable movie. But there’s something missing from the It we all saw in theaters.
Apparently, there’s a deleted scene that was so terrifying that it didn’t make it into the final cut.
As if we needed another reason to be afraid of It…
If you’ve seen It, you know that it’s filled with some pretty disturbing scenes.
And if you haven’t seen it yet, what are you waiting for? It’s breaking all the records and it’s very, very good!
People everywhere are flocking to theaters to enjoy a good scare.
Luckily for the fans, the movie is filled with plenty of jokes.
“These are gazebos!”
“Who invited Molly Ringwald?”
“He’s leaking Hamburger Helper!”
So many hilarious lines.
But even though there’s plenty to laugh at in the film, It has some seriously spooky scenes.
Like the scene in the Denbroughs’ flooded basement.
How can half of a clown’s face be even more terrifying than a clown’s whole face?
Or the scene with the projector in the garage.
It’d be one thing if the clown just stayed in the pictures.
When he came out of the screen, though? No thank you.
There was no shortage of creepy scenes in It, but now there’s news of a deleted scene that’s more disturbing than anything we saw in the movie.
Bill Skarsgaård recently went on the record talking about the scene in an episode of Variety’s Playback podcast.
After learning about what actually happens in the scene, we’re kind of glad it was left out. It’s pretty disturbing stuff…
Reprinted from here