Get ‘IT Chapter Two’ Merch From Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

Every horror fan and his brother have been waiting with baited breath for the second part of Andy Muschietti’s chronicle of Pennywise vs The Losers’ Club, otherwise known as IT Chapter Two. Alamo Drafthouse hasn’t wasted any time preparing for the film’s release. Not only did they dedicate the entire summer to Stephen King, but they are also holding special screenings for IT Chapter Two… for clowns only. Now we learned that the cinema is offering specialty merchandise for anyone who goes to see this much anticipated sequel at one of their locations.

What’s first on the list? One of the coolest pints glasses you’ll ever own, that’s what. Check out the IT Chapter Two pint glass!


Isn’t it gorgeous? After every pint, you’ll stare down the glass into the eyes of one of the most evil creatures ever to be imagined. The glass is part of their theater menu, so ticketholders can get one when they buy a pint. While supplies last.

Going to see IT Chapter Two at the Alamo Drafthouse will also give you the opportunity to pick up Birth.Movies.Death’s fall horror issue, which is full of articles detailing the movies we most want to see this fall. Not only will you find Pennywise in there, but you’ll also get info about Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark, The Lighthouse and Doctor Sleep. They’ve compiled essays, interviews and exclusive artwork from some of the best Birth.Movies.Death contributors. Plus, check out this amazing book cover, which was created by Artist Chris Bilheimer.

I love how he combined the best parts of IT Chapter Two and Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark. What a great idea! One great thing about the book is that you don’t have to actually go to an Alamo Drafthouse to get a copy. You can purchase the book here. They ship out this month, so don’t waste time. Grabs yours now.

If you’re going to see IT Chapter Two at one of the Alamo Drafthouse locations, you can grab your tickets here. I have a feeling that these won’t last very long either, so get them while you can.

As always, keep it tuned to PopHorror for all of your horror news, reviews and interviews!

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As the co-owner and Editor-in-Chief of, Tracy has learned a lot about independent horror films and the people who love them. Now an approved critic for Rotten Tomatoes, she hopes the masses will follow her reviews back to PopHorror and learn more about the creativity and uniqueness of indie horror movies.

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