May Monster Madness #7

17 May


Thanks again to AnnieEmma, and Ked for hosting this very cool and fun blog hop.  Today is the final day of May Monster Madness.

Also, want to add a disclaimer about the photos I have used this week in the posts. They are all either from wikipedia or fanpop.

I figured I would write about the one character that scares me more than most and that is the clown from IT. I read the book and then tried to watch the movie which I couldn’t do. Even to this day I haven’t watched the movie all the way to the end. There is just something about an evil clown and especially the way Stephen King writes the character that truly scares me. I guess that’s the point of the book and movie. The funny thing is that this book is the one that turned me onto reading, watching, and writing horror.


Photo credit wikipedia


Posted by on 05/17/2013 in A Creative Mind Blog



6 responses to “May Monster Madness #7

  1. Magaly Guerrero

    05/17/2013 at 11:13 am

    I think It has turned a lot of people… some into writing, others into screaming meat machines. Evil clowns are awesome!

    • sjledge2

      05/17/2013 at 11:22 am

      I agree. Everyone I know that likes horror names this book or another Stephen King book as the book that turned them onto horror.

  2. Sophie Duncan

    05/17/2013 at 12:11 pm

    Tim Curry does a fantastic job as Pennywise in It. I dislike clowns a lot,they spook me, so Pennywise scares me more than any other incarnation of It in the mini series. I have a curious attitude to Stephen King, I usually prefer the film/TV adaptations to the books, but I do like both the book and the mini series in this case.

    Evil clowns make really, really scary monsters. ;P

    • sjledge2

      05/17/2013 at 5:52 pm

      I prefer the books a lot of times to the film/tv adaptation. Though there are some adaptations that I really love. The Stephen King movies being on the list as some of my faves. 🙂

  3. Evalina

    05/17/2013 at 5:26 pm

    I’ve never read any books by Stephen King, I think is time to change that.

    • sjledge2

      05/17/2013 at 5:47 pm

      They are great books. 🙂


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