'IT: Chapter Two' will have clown-only screenings

'IT: Chapter Two' will have clown-only screenings

IT: Chapter Two hits theatres in September. And while the average person would be satisfied watching this terrifying sequel in the comfort of a normal theatre, you now have the option to watch it surrounded by clowns. Crazy, I know. But there's a market for it.

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The cinema chain, Alamo Drafthouse, is offering this experience across America for the film's opening weekend. And it's a clown only event baby. You can get a ticket priced anywhere between $10 to $20.

Watch the chilling trailer for the sequel here:

The only rule is that you have to dress like a clown. While I'm sure not every movie-goer will glam up to Pennywise's level, you do have that option.

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If you want to be a little less scary, try popping on a red nose, and slathering up in a bit of face paint. You might even want to buy a wig or some oversized shoes. The world is your oyster.

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You can have the experience of watching a terrifying movie surrounded by terrifying clowns in several places across the states. The chain is putting the event on throughout Texas, North Virginia and Arizona from September 5 through September 8. But there's plenty of other states joining in if you want to find one near you.

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The cinema chain successfully tried this event last year with the first chapter of Stephen King's horror film. It was such a big hit that they decided to whip it out again. The description on the website reads:

"What does a Clowns Only screening mean? Well, it means ... please come dressed as a clown. Wig, makeup, oversized pants and suspenders, blood-curdling makeup. Then you’ll watch the chilling conclusion to the biggest horror duology ever made with a theater full of fellow ... clowns."

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If this isn't for you, you still have the chance to watch IT: Chapter Two like you would any other movie - without the presence of dozens of clowns around you. But what fun would that be?