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I'm In Love With It by PsychoSlaughterman I'm In Love With It by PsychoSlaughterman
Based on a Stephen King novel "IT" depicts the story of 7 adults who suspect a series of murders is the handywork of a creature they fought when they were children. They return to their hometown of Derry to once again face IT who knows all of their fears and uses them to it's advantage. IT's common form was in the shape of Pennywise the Clown played by Tim Curry. The story is a little similar to A Nightmare on Elm Street, an evil entity only visible to kids and plays on your fears to kill you, in all it is a good movie even though it is very different from the book, This movie is also the start of many peoples fear of clowns.

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This stamp is part of my Horror Stamp Series, My attempt to create a stamp for all the iconic monsters of horror and their fans. This is an on going series and I have many more still to make, but due to being a self employed artist there is only so much i can do. I'll add more when time permits me. For now i hope you continue to enjoy the ones that are allready made.

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