The first of two planned It movies is all about Derry's Losers' Club, the youngsters beset on all sides by bullies, parents and a shapeshifting ancient evil beneath the Maine town. So it's a good thing the Losers' Club in Andy Muschietti's adaptation looks just right.
Press play above for some bike rides to the Barrens, the apocalyptic rockfight with Henry Bowers' gang, and some sewer shit-talk that starts as hangin' and fun times until a dead girl's sneaker and a fat red balloon come floating down the pipe.
"When you're a kid, you think that you'll always be protected and cared for," goes Stan's synagogue voiceover. "But when you're alone as a kid, the monsters see you as weaker. You don't even know they're getting closer until it's too late.
It, based on Stephen King's 1986 novel, hits theaters with an R-rating on Sept. 8. Bill Skarsgård, the 26-year-old Swede with credits on Hemlock Grove and The Divergent Series: Allegiant, plays Pennywise. Its excellent first teaser, released in March, smashed the movie trailer record for most views in 24 hours, tallying 197 million over Fate of the Furious' 139 mill.
Next, check out a gallery of behind-the-scenes It photos, then actor/filmmaker Rider Strong (Cabin Fever, Girl/Boy Meets World) break down his five favorite horror movies for Fuse: