The movie based on Stephen King’s scary AF book IT comes out on Friday, September 8th and there is no way I am going to go see it. (Yes, I am.) To hell with being scared by clowns. (I’ll probably be first in line.) Especially clowns as frightening as the one in IT, Pennywise. (No way I am missing this movie).
As if going to see the movie isn’t going to be terrifying enough, now they went and created a cinematic VR experience that in all likelihood will take years off your life if you try it. (So going to so this.)
In this cinematic VR experience, called It: Float VR, you get to virtually walk the streets of Derry as one of the characters in the book/movie Georgie Denbrough. Oh yeah, you also get to visit the sewers, because why wouldn’t you, and get treated to seeing a bunch of red balloons and other stuff that’ll scare the crap out of you.
Naturally, you also get to meet “Pennywise the Dancing Clown” and see his freakyass lair, and, let’s just be honest here, things really don’t go well for you.
Trust me, if you own a VR headset, or just value your well-being in general, you really don’t want to watch this. (Yes, you do. You most definitely do.)
You can also check out the latest trailer here and some new images and clips from the film below.
SOOOO MUCH NOPE. (Can’t wait.)