The Simpson’s Full-Length Treehouse of Horror ‘Not It’ Releases Poster & Images

The Simpsons’ annual Treehouse of Horror tradition continues this Halloween season, but with a twist. This year, alongside its usual anthology approach, the long-running animated phenomenon will release a separate, full-length, 20-minute episode that parodies Stephen King’s iconic IT. 

The episodes synopsis reads:

When a supernatural clown starts slaying the children of Kingfield, young Homer Simpson teams up with other middle school misfits to face their fears and defeat the mysterious monster. But years later, the evil clown returns, and Homer’s friends must confront the tragedy of their adult lives to destroy Krusto once and for all.

Ahead of the episode’s release, a brand new poster (above) and set of images have been released which give us a closer look at Homer and the gang as they prepare to face their ultimate fear. Check them out below.

The Simpsons Halloween specials see regular Springfield residents playing humorous special roles – often being killed in gruesome ways by monsters or even each other – and have produced some of the series’ most memorable moments. Classic horror movies like The Shining, Nightmare on Elm Street, and The Thing have all been parodied in hilarious fashion before, so we can’t wait to see what they have in store for IT!

Treehouse of Horror Presents: Not It will premiere on October 23rd, 2022.

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Born and raised in Yorkshire, England - Scott is very passionate about the Film and TV industry, and enjoys discussing it whenever he can. He is a life-long supporter of the Manchester United soccer team, and attends games regularly during the Premier League season. He is a great lover of travel and has visited many places over the years. In his spare time, he loves attending conventions, playing sports and getting out into nature. Scott's goal is to follow his passion for writing, explore new ways in which he can create content in the entertainment industry, and engage with like-minded people along the way.

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