Shalee Thompson, Staff Writer

Have you heard about “It”? Have you watched the trailer for “It”? But most importantly, are you ready for “It” to come out? The trailer for “It” came out Wednesday, March 29, and already has 10,432,337 views on YouTube; so the new movie is already hitting it off great.

The new horror thriller film is about children who begin to disappear in the town of Derry, Marine; a group of kids are faced with their most extreme fears when they square off against an evil clown named Pennywise, whose history of murder and violence dates back for centuries. This movie is directed by Andres Muschietti (“Mama”), and is based off the very popular Stephen King novel of the same name, which has been terrifying readers or years.

As I watched the trailer for “It” I didn’t really know what I was about to encounter, because before I watched the trailer I didn’t know anything about it. Surprisingly, the trailer was so dynamic and it definitely kept me interested. Although, the title of this movie isn’t too extreme, it does provide the viewers with a sense of curiosity about the movie.

The trailer did seem scary along the hair-rising spectrum; however, I didn’t find it too intense or frightening like I have while watching other horror films in the past. Luckily, I don’t think I’ll be having any nightmares anytime soon. This movie I will be unquestionably be going to see, whenever “It” comes out on September 8, 2017.

As I got the chance to review the trailer for “It” myself, I also got the chance to interview Dionisa Adams, a student here at Heritage, to see what her thoughts were on the trailer. She said that “the trailer was really good, and it was a lot better than the first movie of this series, from what I could tell.” Also, she stated “the movie looks a whole lot scarier than the first movie;” however, she doesn’t feel it’s overly horrific to watch and she doesn’t think she will be having any nightmares from watching this movie as well. Based on the trailer I showed Dionisia, she said that she will be going to see this new movie “It,” because she does have a thing for scary movies, even if they end up not being scary in the end. This is a movie you don’t want to miss and I suggest you to go watch the trailer for “It,” because it does seem intriguing. I would go see this movie whenever it comes out; otherwise I fear you will be having trouble from the clown himself, because Pennywise did say “I’m every nightmare you’ve ever had. I am your worst dream come true.”