These are the top 10 moments from Stephen King’s “It” that were cut from “It” (2017) and “It Chapter Two” (2019), both directed by Andy Muschietti. Some things are just too much for the silver screen! We’re not saying that the creative or production team specifically axed these moments, but with ranges from monsters to larger societal issues we can understand how these scenes and themes from the book might have been considered too big, creepy, or disturbing for movie-goers. From Eddie’s leper, to the Bradley Gang, to the Black Spot, we’ve got It covered. We’ll be discussing both the 2017 adaptation and its 2019 sequel so, fair warning: from here on, spoilers abound.

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  1. How about the part where a woman hears flushing and inhumane laughter coming from her bathroom and she opens the door to blood everywhere and her baby is in the toilet with a broken back

  2. Watch “Us,” or, “Get Out,” by Jordan Peele. Those are terrifying! But about It Chapter 2, for non horror fans who aren’t as experienced in watching horror, I think it’s a perfect introduction. But this one was just silly for me as I saw everything coming. A lot of monsters and characters made no sense or had no correlation to the story. The movie had better marketing than it did a movie. Just my opinion. Not hating. If you loved IT chapter 2, I’m glad you did. If you’re looking for more, check out Jordan peele’s movies.

  3. When It came for Patrick Hockstetter, it couldn’t decide what form to take because he wasn’t really afraid of anything. That was such a crazy moment and overall, one of the best moments of the book.

  4. Nobody :

    The losers club : “We all just almost died from a psychotic shape shifting monster, I think we need to f*ck Beverly”

  5. see…told ya bravery did nothing to it in the book. The meat wasn’t tasty but he still killed the boy…these guys were just afraid to do it.

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