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The small town of Derry, in the North-Eastern American state of Maine, is a fictional area that has featured in many of writer Stephen King’s most famous works. In the summer of 1989, as local children begin disappearing one by one – leaving only their bloody remains behind – a group of young bullied outcasts known as “the Losers Club” band together to try and work out who or what is terrorising the community. The answer is an immortal, shape-shifting monster who has taken the appearance of a clown known as Pennywise. As the children battle to confront this evil, they find themselves dealing with their own demons in the process, in this terrifying film about facing our most intense fears.
Recently married ghosts employ the services of flamboyant "bio-exorcist" in an attempt to scare away the obnoxious new owners of their home.
14+ years 88 mins
Brilliant sequel to Batman Begins, as erstwhile Bruce Wayne must battle the manic Joker, whilst maintaining the support of the charismatic Harvey Dent
14+ years 146 mins
This classic and much-imitated take on Bram Stoker's Dracula is one of the most famous of all silent films.
11+ years 89 mins
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With a year of films that showed off big effects and took on big issues, which movies came out on top for our reporters?
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After another superb year for cinema, we run you through the highlights of 2017 before our curators reveal their personal favourites of the year.
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We look at the new adaptation of Stephen King's 'It'; a story of bravery, loyalty and friendship in the face of horrors both supernatural and all-too real.
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Also new in cinemas are 'The Post' and 'The Final Year', with 'I Am Not A Witch' leading this week's DVD releases.
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