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Twilight Zone: featuring "Something on the Wing" by Ruinstar
  
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Film
It review – a feast of scary Stephen King, plus the haunted kitchen sink

A satanic leering clown who wants to trap kids in a sewer is terrifying, but this lively adaptation wants to squeeze in all the horror effects we’ve already seen
  
Feels like a horror anthology … Bill Skarsgård in It. Photograph: Brooke Palmer/AP

Peter Bradshaw
Wednesday 6 September 2017 07.00 BST

Is there anything unfunnier than a clown – or unscarier than a clown that’s supposed to be scary? These are questions that occurred to me watching this very lively, if overstretched new adaptation of Stephen King’s 1986 horror novel about a gang of kids in an American small town who confront a shapeshifting demon appearing chiefly in the form of a cackling clown.

Actually, this covers just the book’s first half, finally labelled Chapter One over the closing credits; the concluding half, where the kids return as adults to tackle the monster again is evidently being saved for Chapter Two, thus creating a quasi-franchise of the It movie brand, and truncating its narrative shape, despite being a pretty long film.

This is an ensemble smorgasbord of scariness, or maybe a portmanteau of petrification, throwing everything but the haunted kitchen-sink at the audience in the cause of freaking us out. As creepy and horrible things keep happening to each of the kids, it almost feels like a horror anthology, a collection of scares which could be shuffled and presented in any order. In some ways, it is more suited to a TV series – such as Twin Peaks, maybe – and has in fact been adapted that way.

The kids involved are in their various ways on the verge of adulthood: the story is a parable for the fears and vulnerabilities of childhood, combined with the equal and opposite fear of growing up: fear of sex, fear of social failure, fear of menstruation. There is incidentally a blood-explosion that might put you in mind of other King extravaganzas such as The Shining or Carrie. Where King’s original book was set originally in the late-1950s, this film moves it forward to the late-80s, although the hometown involved – Derry, Massachusetts – still looks very much like the town in Back to the Future.

Bill (Jaeden Lieberher) is a kid with a stammer who has to look after his little brother and perhaps partly just to get rid of him, lets Georgie (Jackson Robert Scott) play outside in the rain, sailing a paper boat down a rushing gutter. Just as the boat disappears down a drain, Georgie is surprised to see a clown standing down there in the darkness: this is the sinister red-balloon-wielding Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård), who asks him if he’d like his boat back? Just lean down into the darkness and take it! It is a very disturbing scene, at least partly because of its starkness and simplicity, like a lucid dream, and very different from the over-the-top horror routines that come into play for the rest of the film.
  
Welcome to the outsiders club … It. Photograph: Allstar/New Line Cinema

Georgie’s encounter is to end in macabre disaster and he winds up as a statistic, in a town notorious for kids going missing and the police not able to do anything. As for Bill, he makes friends with a bunch of other kids who are outsiders and losers, oppressed among other things by a collection of vicious older bullies. Beverly (Sophia Lillis) is being abused by her dad; Ben (Jeremy Ray Taylor) is a shy, overweight kid with a crush on Beverly and whose nerdy interest in local history opens everyone’s eyes to the long-standing evilness of what’s going on. Mike (Chosen Jacobs) feels he can’t hack the brutality of working in the family meat-packing business. Eddie (Jack Dylan Grazer) has been turned into a hypochondriac by an overprotective mother; Stanley (Wyatt Oleff) is scared he will let his dad down by making a mess of his upcoming bar mitzvah and Richie (Finn Wolfhard) is the bespectacled, back-talking smart aleck of the group.

The loser club hang out together all summer long, dealing with their loneliness, their intense feelings of love and yearning. It would almost be idyllic, elegiac and bittersweet, were it not for the fact that they are also in fear of their lives from a satanically leering clown who occasionally turns into other disfigured creatures and wants to imprison them all forever in his horrendous lair somewhere in the town’s sewage system. And it often is scary: the simple succession of bizarre episodes in this sunny place has something surreal about it. The film interestingly shows us that non-supernatural violence, bullying and abuse has been normalised in this apparently picturesque town – so a demonic clown is just something else to worry about.

But the problem is that almost everything here looks like route one scary-movie stuff that we have seen before: scary clowns, scary old houses, scary bathrooms. In their differing ways, Brian De Palma and Stanley Kubrick were inspired by the potency of King’s source material to create something virulently distinctive and original. This film’s director, Andy Muschietti, can’t manage quite as much.
   
In this page I will discuss two things:

1) The Prism Memory.
2) The Green Links.

The Prism Memory.

When a Person observes a Movie, specially if it is a Person that sees few Movies, the Brain Remembers a part of what it saw. The Brain then uses that Memory to link and associate other Memories. For example a Person says: "I met My Girlfriend at the Movies as we saw the Movie [Unicorns Lost] and she was dressing like the Woman at the Movie [Sky Blue Dive]."

Then a Person sees another Movie, and the new Movie does not have all the Links that already made by the old Brain Relations. So if it is a New Horror Movie, it should not do much in terms of altering Old Brain Associations other than override them.

But if the Memory of the Movie is altered then the Brain Associations can be altered as well. There are several ways to alter it, I will mention just two. One is that the regression marks it for removal and the other is that it Greys it out. To mark a Memory of a part of a Movie for Removal can mean to simply use new Death Memories, on that movie. To Grey it our it can use Extremism or Dark, Sarcastic Horror Humour, which is more efficient.

Continuing with the Example, a Regression Movie was made that altered other Memories of Movies. Now the [Unicorns Lost] Movie was about Zombie Horses with Rabies and the Woman at the Movie [Sky Blue Dive] Died in a Horrible way. So the Memory would be like this: "I met My Girlfriend at the Movies as we saw a Disgusting and Sick Movie of Zombies called [Unicorns Lost] and she was dressing like a Corpse at the Movie [Sky Blue Dive] but of course, without all that Blood."

The Black Outs causes more Lack of Empathy when that Memory Sequence is used and the Grey Zones cause more extremism. The Sum of both Black Outs and Grey Zones at an unhealthy Level is what I call FASCISM.

Thereby a Person might start with a Healthy Memory, then Hole it with Death Marks and then Grey it, all at the same time, producing Lack of Empathy, Depression, Extremism and Psychopath Behaviour. Seeing new Material can contribute to those problems, but Movie Regression on a Death/Horror/Comic Show can be very effective at Damaging the Memory's Prism.
  
  
If the Material uses Children in any way, specially if it is about Abusing Children, the Regression Damage is of course Greater and sometimes multiplied by the links to Infancy. It is a Regression after all.

The Green Links.

If we take a Computer and go to a Search Engine to look for Pages that have the Text that we want in them and print those results, of only the Links and the brief Description we can fill a Bag with them. That we will call the Green Common Bag. Every Person searches and prints what it likes so no two bags are the same and there is no set limit for the amount of links required.

Now the Person observes a Movie and on the Computer it is allowed to place one of the Results at a given Frame of the Movie where it wants to place it. Then that Movie has a different amount of Links from the Green Common Bag as the Person sees fit. Since the number of links can vary and the People too, it can be hard that two People place the same Search Link on the same Frame Ranges. Meaning that every Person links the Movie in a Different Way.

So literally it is very hard for two People to have the same view on the same movie. It varies from Person to Person and Memory of the movie is also involved. But People use Movies as Common Subjects for discussion, specially if they see Media that improperly mixes Movies with Reality.

So if a Media promotes a Movie that does Horror/Comic Regression, it is not only Greying Out the People, but also reducing the Tolerance for Cultural Variety in the Society, since People are less willing to tolerate because they felt pain with a Traumatic Movie Regression. For example the Person that saw it's Memories of the Movie [Unicorns Lost] would be less willing to tolerate any more movies about Unicorns and that topic of conversation might be lost for that Person, producing more Isolation.

The Combination of Both Deficiencies.

We have a Problem caused by Reduced Green Common Tolerance, Black Outs with Data Marked for Dead and Grey Outs for Extremism. The combination of all three of those can produce Anti-Social Tolerance Behaviour with an Isolation Desire. I will call that combination of the three, the
[Grim Factor].

I will use an example for the Grim Factor based on the thing called "the Brexit". The Brexit is the decision of Britain to leave the European Union. People might think the "Brexit" was voluntary and the product of a fair vote, when that is certainly not true, from a Scientific Point of View.

The whole Brexit Voting thing was a Sham, a Fraud and there were no elections, from a Scientific Point of view. The reason I say that is because I witnessed in front row that the "Grim Factor" in the days that preceded the so called "Brexit Vote" was ridiculously high. For Example the British Media The Guardian had at least 6 Depressing Death News on Main page every single day, sometimes reaching more than 11 Highly Depressing News every single day. If the elections were to be fair, obviously the Brexit opposition would have had to have the
[Grim Factor] reduced for any sense of fairness, but it did not and the reason it did not is because the Queen Mary Elizabeth 2 allowed it, along with the British Government at the time. In other words the Traumatisation of the British Society gave an unfair advantage  to the Brexit Supporters so great that the whole fairness thing is a Sham.

In other words the British were Purposely Traumatized to produce the Brexit in the best scenario or subjected to Extreme Negligence by it's Royalty and Government at the Worse Scenario.

The Material that produces the [Grim Factor] continues to go Strong and even with Horror/Comical/Regression while at the same time the Social Sickness that precipitated the Brexit threatens to also affect two major British International Institutions, the International Socialist Union and the British Common Wealth. All of which can be hit and weakened with British National or British International
[Grim Factor] on it's Media.

Do the British care about the
[Grim Factor] as a Social Health Problem? Definitely not, at least not the Royals, those don't care at all and if they seem to care it's a Farce that holds no Scientific Base, like some of those Cocktail Drinking Reunions where they brag about how fine they are and forget about the Common British Citizen, a nice time to look fashionable too.

I can prove that is so.

I mentioned three components of the [Grim Factor]:

1) The marking of Blackout Indexes (Dead).
2) The Greying of Memory.
3) The Reduction of the Green Common Bag of Tolerance.

Now, if the British had the sincere intention of reducing those to at least acceptable levels...
  
  
Cinderella - Nobody's Fool

Would they wear Style referring to all three of the problems:

1) The marking of Blackout Indexes (Dead).
2) The Greying of Memory.
3) The Reduction of the Green Common Bag of Tolerance.

All on the same Photo that is about a Topless Paparazzi Photo?
What kind of Joke is that? Or is it just Dangerous Negligence?
Or maybe Kate's Breasts are far more important in a Country that Mass produces and consumes Pornography.

Consider what I am saying, specially if you happen to be British.
  
So I saw 2 clowns, on this page. Hopefully Kate will improve.
 
   
   
   

Lyrics:
   
"Something on the Wing" by Ruinstar

Boarding aluminum fuselage
to the center taking my seat
those of you with no clue to my state of mind
can't possibly understand the discomfort here but ohhh
it's not the seat
it's the plane!

I can't wait to be rid of here
your pills your comforting at ease
now I wouldn't calm myself of my nervousness
restless,pardon I've just been released
now I wouldn't mind if we had just stayed grounded
I'm trying my best to believe
everything is fine
I'll take in this view
what's this view...
lightning lit view

Open my eyes
my Lord it's tearing it apart
you look and it's gone but I swear it's there
there's something out there coming!
It's all I see
can't you help me, he's killing us all
and I want to believe
there's something out there

Don't hold me
restrain me
this thing is tearing it apart
I need you
believe me
or we won't make it out alive
the only one who cares
is screaming out his lungs
I'll sit here, be quiet
we all go to sleep

I'll roam from here
the guards armed but not needing it at all
I'll take this gun from you
and smile through fear
it'll all be over soon
silently pointed at you
lightning light him one more time
and I'll fire

You won't be surviving me
take it all unloaded into you
you won't be surviving me

(screams)
   
Nobody's Fool - Cinderella

I count the falling tears
They fall before my eyes
Seems like a thousand years
Since we broke the ties
I call you on the phone
But never get a rise
So sit there all alone
It's time you realize

I'm not your fool
Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool
I'm no fool
Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool
Never again, no, no

You take your road, i'll take mine
The paths have both been beaten
Searchin' for a change of pace
Love needs to be sweetened
I scream my heart out, just to make a dime
And with that dime I bought your love
But now i've changed my mind

I'm not your fool
Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool
I'm no fool
Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool
Never again, no, no
Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool
I'm no fool
Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool

I count the falling tears
They fall before my eyes
Seems like a thousand years
Since we broke the ties
Ohhh

I'm not your fool
Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool
I'm no fool
Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool
I'm no fool
Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool
I'm no fool
Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool

Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool

Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool
No, nobody's fool
Nobody's fool
No, nobody's fool
Nobody's fool
Nobody's fool

Written by Thomas Carl Keifer • Copyright © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc

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