a’s review published on Letterboxd:
I've watched this so many times already, but it still manages to entertain me. Though right after my favorite moment (the big tall guy appearing), I felt satisfied enough to turn it off, but I didn't because I kept reminding myself of some other scenes that I wanted to rewatch again. I also noticed a moment where we first get to see It walking in the distance, and our main character's head quickly covering it as foreshadowing to where the film is heading. My first experience with this film was a lot better, but this is still incredibly solid and one of my favorite horror films ever.