“It” Proves That Children Are The Perfect Heroes Of Horror

Another day, another piece about It, and also, by pure, happiest of coincidences, another piece for Polygon. This time, I’m on about the child heroes of It, arguing that children make the best heroes in all of horror cinema. (They do! The reasons are few but, if you ask me, they’re pretty persuasive. Then again, I wrote the thing. I might be biased.)

 

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