It came out this weekend, and despite it breaking box office records for a horror movie, a lot of reviews critiqued the film for not being scary enough.

We've compiled a list of things the It clown should've transformed into in order to make the film really be frightening. 

Get your night lights ready.

I mean, it's pretty obvious that if the It clown turned into dinosaurs, we would all be more afraid. 

Dinasour replica are seen inside the Mimaland forest after 24 year close July 19, 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Mimaland started operating in 1971, it was built on a hilly area of 300 acres in Ulu Gombak near Kuala Lumpur, first phase was completed in 1970, and consisted of 24 motels, 5 chalets and a swimming pool. The main attractions, was the 'prehistoric animal park' containing dinosaur.In January 1993, a 27-year-old Singaporean was killed while using the giant slide at the Mimaland pool. The incident shocked the public and resulted in a temporary closure of Mimaland. a minor landslide caused damage to the walls of the same pool in May 1994. This incident caused muddy water to seep into the pool, causing the area to close to the public, Mimaland was closed permanently in 1994. Photo by Samsul Said (Photo by Samsul Said/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Image: Photo by Samsul Said/NurPhoto via Getty Images

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The remake of Stephen King's It came out this weekend, and despite it breaking box office records for a horror movie, a lot of reviews critiqued the film for not being scary enough.

We've compiled a list of things the It clown should've transformed into in order to make the film really be frightening. 

Get your night lights ready.

I mean, it's pretty obvious that if the It clown turned into dinosaurs, we would all be more afraid. 

Dinasour replica are seen inside the Mimaland forest after 24 year close July 19, 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Mimaland started operating in 1971, it was built on a hilly area of 300 acres in Ulu Gombak near Kuala Lumpur, first phase was completed in 1970, and consisted of 24 motels, 5 chalets and a swimming pool. The main attractions, was the 'prehistoric animal park' containing dinosaur.In January 1993, a 27-year-old Singaporean was killed while using the giant slide at the Mimaland pool. The incident shocked the public and resulted in a temporary closure of Mimaland. a minor landslide caused damage to the walls of the same pool in May 1994. This incident caused muddy water to seep into the pool, causing the area to close to the public, Mimaland was closed permanently in 1994. Photo by Samsul Said (Photo by Samsul Said/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Image: Photo by Samsul Said/NurPhoto via Getty Images

There is so much of the universe that is as yet unexplored, and yet Stephen Hawking predicts that humans will be living on another planet within the next thousand years. Imagine Pennywise embodying the concept of our primarily undiscovered understanding of a never-ending outer space. Terrified yet? Read more...

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