The novel contains his definitive depiction of Derry, Maine, his fictional analog for the actual town of Bangor, and sets up the horrific vision of small-town Maine which he returned to in Bag of Bones , Insomnia , and Dreamcatcher. Halfway through the It novel, the Loser Club finds itself at a loss when trying to figure out exactly what their demon pursuer is. The plan they come up with is this: Ben learns at the library that Native American tribes sometimes used smoke to hallucinate and find truth. The Losers build a smokehole, the 50s version of hotboxing, and everybody climbs inside.
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When I pitched the idea for this column, I was told it was cool so long as I kept it classy. How could I be NOT classy?! With IT coming to theaters, readers and non-readers alike are becoming aware of a piece missing from the movie. My questions. Which are:. Here are the basics. Spoilers from here forward although you can skip to the final section if you're curious about whether or not you should read IT :.
In the dark, Bill heard a sound he could not immediately place. A whispery little sound, but not scary. Then there was a more easily place sound… a zipper. He was undressing.
People have been getting very excited about the movie It being released. The flick is a remake of the original miniseries, based on Stephen King's book and tells the story of seven children who are stalked by a predatory, shape-shifting being referred to as It. I reckon this movie sparked everyone's fear of clowns because It usually takes the form of a creepy looking one called Pennywise. Tim Curry played the original; the reboot will see Bill Skarsgard put his own spin on the eponymous being. But there is a segment in the book which I'm hoping gets left out of the movie.