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Someone Redesigned The Horror Film 'IT' Trailer With Frightening And Funny Results

Someone Redesigned The Horror Film 'IT' Trailer With Frightening And Funny Results

When the trailer dropped for the reboot of Stephen King's IT by Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema, shit got scary.

Even the poster, where the two letters of the title are written in blood-red within a sewer, looks bad enough.

The film itself is a remake of the 1990 miniseries, which based itself on the original work of the author, whereby seven children are exploited by 'IT' - an elusive being that usually takes the form of a clown in order to attract innocent children.

Well, someone has gone and made that shit scarier, and in a way you probably won't have thought of.


In the parody trailer, Pennywise takes up another terrifying figure, the Cat In The Hat, as portrayed by Mike Myers.

Yes, someone has gone to painstaking lengths to replace Pennywise with Dr Seuss's creation within the trailer, and here it is...

YouTuber, But Without, has created the somewhat twisted comedic footage whereby the cat's head is superimposed over Pennywise the clown.

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Now, this once child-friendly cat, has taken on a new persona. Particularly when lurking the sewers and drains of American streets.

Perhaps the darkest scene isn't the sewer though. Watch to the end (if you dare). You'll see the horrifying imagery of the cat launching towards its child victim.

That's me not sleeping tonight.

The real movie comes out on September 8 so at least you have a good half-a-year to prepare yourself. Here's the real trailer for those brave enough.


Credit: Warner Bros

Watch out for them clowns, I mean cats, I mean clown cats!

Featured Image Credit: But Without/Youtube

Topics: IT, Mike Myers

Michael Minay

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