In examining the enduring power of childhood friendships, and questioning the usefulness and accuracy of our adult memories, both It and Stand By Me force us to reconcile the hopefulness and potential of childhood with the often stark reality of grown-up life.
JoinedMay 27, 2017
Chris Evangelista has trouble making eye-contact, writes primarily for Cut Print Film, and has contributed to The Playlist and Oscilloscope Musings. 'The House on Creep Street' and 'Beware the Monstrous Manther!', two horror books for young readers Chris co-authored with J. Tonzelli, are available wherever books are sold.