Connect with us
A special edition about 'It Chapter Two'.

Adventures in Movies!

Adventures in Movies! Special Edition: It Chapter Two

A special edition about ‘It Chapter Two’.

AIPT may be compensated for part of the sale if you buy something through this post. Read our Privacy Policy for more.

Danny, Blake, and Nathaniel are joined by Vicky from the UTEP newspaper and radio station to discuss It Chapter Two. The group discusses the changes to the story, what they liked and did not care for, and whether the movie had a good ending.

AS WITH ALL SPECIAL EDITIONS, THIS EPISODE CONTAINS SPOILERS. VERY SCARY SPOILERS. LISTEN AT YOUR OWN RISK

It Chapter Two is a long movie. Three hours is a quite a while for any flick – especially one in the horror genre. Does Chapter Two have the lore and scares to pull it off or would it have been better as a trilogy?

The movie also has plenty of changes from the source material. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but does it work here? The four discuss what they would have done differently and what changes worked.

If you are going to talk about It, you have to compare the various adaptations and the book itself. The answers may surprise you.

Adventures in Movies! is hosted by Nathaniel Muir, Blake, and Danny. You can find Nathaniel on Instagram at nathaninpoortaste. Danny can be found on Twitter @default_player and on Instagram at default_player. Blake can be found on Twitter @foureyedhorror and on Instagram at foureyedhorror. You can reach us personally or on Twitter @AiPTMovies. Vicky can be found @arctic_who.

Comments

In Case You Missed It

The comics podcast talk webcomics, why they're good, and pick their favorites. The comics podcast talk webcomics, why they're good, and pick their favorites.

AIPT Comics Podcast Episode 79: Our favorite webcomics and what makes the format so great

Comic Books

New WWE United States Championshipdesign New WWE United States Championshipdesign

New WWE United States Championship design unveiled on Raw

Pro Wrestling

Comic-Con@Home Comic-Con@Home

Comic-Con@Home 2020: Day 3 schedule and events revealed

Comic Books

Robert Kirkman explains Marvel 'resented the fact that I didn't need them.' Robert Kirkman explains Marvel 'resented the fact that I didn't need them.'

Robert Kirkman says he was “treated like crap” at Marvel Comics

Comic Books

Connect
Newsletter Signup