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Everyone Feels Like a Freak Sometimes Trailer: I Am Not Okay With This!

Sydney is already going through the multiple hells of adolescence and high school, but superpowers? Really?

I Am Not Okay With This – adapted from the graphic novel by Charles Forsman (The End of the F**king World) and starring sophia Lillis (It, It Chapter 2, Sharp Objects) – premiers globally on Netflix on February 26th.

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Netflix Releases Scary Poster for I Am Not Okay With This!

Netflix has released the key art for its new series I A Not Okay With This (from the producer of Stranger Things and the director of The End of the F***ing world).

Syd is already going through the multiple hells of adolescence and high school, but superpowers? Really?

I Am Not Okay With This premiers on February 26th.

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Why Is This So Awkward Clip: I Am Not Okay With This!

It’s bad enough that Syd is going through the multiple hells of adolescence and high school, but superpowers? Really?

I Am Not Okay With This  – based on the graphic novel by Charles Forsman – comes from the producers of Stranger Things and the director of End of the F***ing World.

Sophia Lillis stars in I Am Not Okay With This – premiering on Netflix on February 26th.

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Delicious Trailer: Gretel & Hansel!

A long time ago in a distant fairytale countryside, a young girl leads her little brother into a dark wood in desperate search of food and work, only to stumble upon a nexus of terrifying evil.

Orion Pictures’ Gretel & Hansel tells the grim fairytale you only think you know.

Gretel and Hansel will be in theaters January 31st.

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IT – Stand by Me Via Hell!

IT – Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) – Photo courtesy of Warner Bros.

The seemingly bucolic town of Derry looks like a place you could settle down – if only it weren’t its high statistics for people going missing (with adults it’s 6% higher than the average; with kids it’s ‘much higher’).

When kids start to go missing, for the rest of the town that means missing posters on telephone posts and in shop windows – for Bill Denbrough (Jaeden Lieberher), it’s barely noticeable until his younger brother, Georgie (Jackson Robert Scott) goes disappears while floating a waxed paper boat in the gutter.

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