Some months ago, one of my little cousins saw in my book collection the colorful cover of It, and somehow he thought it would be a great idea to read it. Of course, having read that book myself just a few weeks before, I warned him that it was NOT a children’s book, just like any of Stephen King’s books I have read so far.
In the tall grass is another very good example that Stephen King does not write stories to be read before sleep, much less if he writes in the company of his son Joe Hill, who has much less scruples when filling a blank sheet with scary stories.
And although Netflix – by the hand of director Vincenzo Natali – made some key changes to the plot to make the film less – say – uncomfortable than the original material, it is still quite terrifying, and yes, kind of confusing as well. If that happens to be the case, do not worry, because now and without further ado we will explain what happened in In the Tall Grass. Keep on reading!