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Best Patrick Hockstetter Costume Guide
Patrick Hockstetter made an appearance in both the 1990 and 2017 film adaptations of Stephen King’s, It. He tagged along with Henry Bowers in the Bowers Club of bullies. He didn’t last too long after abusing some of the kids from school because the clown lured him into the tunnels and killed him. Patrick still sticks out as an evil character from the film and especially the novel because we learned so much about his twisted mind! Get the look of the bully from It with this Patrick Hockstetter costume guide.
Cosplay Patrick’s bad boy style with a Printed Button Down shirt over a Tank Top and a pair of Grey Wash Jeans. Patrick also wore Black Boots, a Wolverine Belt, and a Black Bracelet to match his dark and twisted personality.
Patrick Hockstetter Cosplay Costumes
Even though Patrick has a temperament that you don’t want, that doesn’t mean you can’t dress as his character for Halloween or cosplay! His look is easy to achieve, and you can start by checking out your own closet! Look to see if you have a basic button down shirt, a tank top, and a pair of jeans to get the basic items for his look. If not, you can find most of these items at a thrift store along with a similar belt, boots, and bracelet. Layer it all to create Patrick’s simple, but mischievous style.
Patrick Hockstetter wouldn’t go anywhere without his cruel other half, so get some of your friends to dress as Henry Bowers, the gang from the Losers Club, and even Pennywise to bring all of the characters to life from It to life! Show off your cosplay from the most popular horror film around!
About Patrick Hockstetter
Patrick Hockstetter is a character from Stephen King’s It, but we don’t learn as much about him in the movie as we did in the novel. Patrick is even more twisted and demented than the bully, Henry Bowers. Unfortunately for Patrick, Pennywise got ahold of him before he could kill any more animals or torture any of the kids in town. Pennywise killed Patrick along with plenty of other children in the town of Derry.
In Patrick’s delusional mind, he imagined that he was the only “real” person to live, and in the novel he even went as far as killing his little brother because he feared he would take his place. Of course, Patrick joined up with Henry in the Bowers Club because only the truly insane were a part of the group. They would torture people and animals for the pleasure of it. He couldn’t beat the monster from Stephen King’s mind, no matter how psychotic he was.