‘Pennywise: The Story of IT’: Check Out These Rare Behind the Scenes Photos from ‘IT’ 1990!


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The long-awaited feature documentary Pennywise: The Story of IT is now available on VOD and streaming exclusively through the Bloody Disgusting-powered SCREAMBOX, the two-hour documentary providing an in-depth look at the original 1990 mini-series based on Stephen King’s classic horror novel. For fans of the tale, this is the ULTIMATE making-of special!

The documentary boasts a wealth of archival material and never-seen footage, and today we’re celebrating the SCREAMBOX premiere by unlocking an exclusive gallery of RARE behind the scenes photos from the production of the IT mini-series. These shots are INCREDIBLE, inviting you onto the set of this horror classic like you’ve never been invited before.

From Tim Curry clowning around in – and out of – his Pennywise costume to the young cast hanging around set and practical monsters coming to life, enjoy the full image gallery below!

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Thirty-plus years after its release, the popular two-part miniseries IT and its infamous villain live on in the minds of horror fans around the world. Pennywise: The Story of IT, co-directed by John Campopiano (Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary) and Christopher Griffiths (Leviathan: The Story of Hellraiser) and produced by Gary Smart (Dark Ditties Presents), captures not only the spark the IT saga created when it was released but also the lasting impact it has had on an entire generation and the horror genre at large.

Several years in the making, the 2+ hour documentary film features exclusive interviews with many of the cult classic’s key players, from cast members Richard Thomas, Seth Green, and acting legend Tim Curry, who of course portrayed the notorious monster clown Pennywise, to director Tommy Lee Wallace and special effects makeup artist Bart Mixon.

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