Watch the Insane Trailer for Stephen King's IT Movie: Afraid?

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If you're old enough you remember Stephen King's IT. In the late 80s/early 90s IT freaked out a nation wth its clown form.

For a generation, it spurred a fear of clowns. And now, it's back, with a huge new movie that's bound to bring back fear of clowns for another generation.

IT hit bookstores in 1986. At the time, it was shocking, and it really was what made Stephen King the superstar he is today.

The book followed a bunch of kids whom the evil character IT was hunting. IT would take the form of the things that scare the kids the most, and follow them.

Well, after decades, it's finally coming as a movie. And the trailer is unbelievable.

Although there was a miniseries about IT in the 1990s, there has never been a real movie about it. This movie was actually started in 2009, and has been in the works ever since, according to the Wiki.

The movie will be released in September 2017, and it will star Bill Skarsgard, Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard, Sophia Lillis, Jack Dylan Grazer, Wyatt Oleff, and Jeremy Ray Taylor.

You can watch the entire trailer below. This is not one you want to miss:

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