Originally titled Stephen King's It, this two-part TV movie first aired on November 18 and 20, 1990. The story starts in Maine, where a small child is lured into the hands of what audiences everywhere can be assured is one mean clown. The 30-year struggle against an evil supernatural force that masquerades as a circus clown named Pennywise (Tim Curry) begins in 1960 and spans until 1990. Featured are a group of six young men and one young woman who call themselves "the lucky seven" and are the unfortunate targets of Pennywise from pre-adolescence into their mid-forties. The lucky seven emerge physically intact but emotionally scathed after their first battle with Pennywise -- who is a self-labeled "eater of worlds...and children." When Pennywise returns 30 years later, the seven are forced to remember their terrifying past and faced with the prospect of destroying him once and for all.~Tracie Cooper
Tommy Lee Wallace
John RitterBen Hanscom
Richard ThomasBill Denborough
Annette O'TooleBeverly Marsh
Harry AndersonRichie Tozier
Tim ReidMike Hanlon
Dennis ChristopherEddie Kaspbrak
Olivia HusseyAudra Denborough
Richard MasurStan Uris
Jonathan BrandisBill Denborough (age 12)
Emily PerkinsBeverly Marsh (age 12)
Seth GreenRichie Tozier (age 12)
Adam FaraizlEddie Kaspbrak (age 12)
Stephen KingBook Author
Richard BellisComposer (Music Score)
David G. BlangstedEditor
Robert F. ShugrueEditor
Douglas HigginsProduction Designer
Creature Film,Psychological Thriller
Year of Release
SteelBook, Includes Digital Copy, Blu-ray, Only @ Best Buy
Warner Home Video
Stephen King's It [SteelBook] [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray] [Only @ Best Buy] 
The first attempt at adapting Stephen Kings iconic novel for the screen. Very interesting watch. Great atmosphere and a fantastic performance as Pennywise the Clown by Tim Curry. The ensemble cast is decent, but not all of them are the best actors, especially the actor who portrays the adult version of Bill is very wooden.
Overall, a very interesting watch about the manifestation of a persons fears, and the design of the steelbook aet itself is beautiful, with the matte finish cover fearuring Pennywise.
Stephen King's It is one of the better adaptations of a King novel. The film is a two-part miniseries that aired in 1990. The film tells the tale of seven brave kids called the Losers who fight back against a menace simply known as IT that is terrorizing their town of Derry. Thirty years later, the evil resurfaces and the Losers must return, now adults, to do battle with IT once more. I really liked this film. The first half is fantastic, but the second half is a little lacking. Tim Curry plays Pennywise, IT's favorite form, and is by far the best performance of the lot. Everyone else gives mediocre performances. The ending of the film is horrible. The special effects in the ending are awful, but it's a made-for-TV movie, so you can't really complain. This specific disc holds a good movie, but it is a bad presentation. The film comes in a cardboard snap case and there is a flipper disc inside. The flipper disc has part one on one side and part two on the other. However, the disc doesn't say which side is which. That is, understandably, annoying. Overall, it's worth getting just to see one of the creepiest clown performances ever.
Probably one of the best Horror films ever made! Worth watching again and again. With an all star cast of John Ritter, Jonathan Brandis, Annette O' Tool, Richard Thomas, the first victim had a toy cash register on the grass, I also had one when I was her age.
This review is from Stephen King's It [Blu-ray] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Cool movie, a thriller plot with a twist
Saw this great movie some time ago and still remembered IT. Cool thriller that keeps you in your seat, waiting for the story to unfold. See it once and you will want to see IT again!
The movie that has people to this day scared of clowns. The Steven king movie....It. Made in the early 90's I'm glad to have it on blu-ray. Purchased this one to add to the collection & show my kids where the movie originated from. Great picture & sound for being filmed in the 90's this restored version will not disappoint. This movie probably looks & sounds better then movies out now. Although you only get the case & a blu-ray I'll take it. I do wish it came with a digital copy.