Is This Jud Cradall’s Wife in the New PET SEMATARY Remake?

It’s been a month since we saw the first trailer for 2019’s Pet Sematary (directed by Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer), but if you’re like me, you don’t just watch these things once—especially when a film looks as good and terrifying as this one! While Mary Lambert’s 1989 adaptation will always remain one of the best supernatural shockers of the 1980s, it’ll be interesting to see how this 21st Century reimagining differentiates itself.

While Lambert’s Pet Sematary was true to Stephen King’s source material, it left out some key elements and characters, one of whom is Jud Crandall’s arthritic wife, Norma.

Well, on my 422nd viewing of the trailer for Pet Sematary 2019, I noticed something—just a flash. I zeroed in on a few frames around 1:37 mark and found a gray-haired woman sitting next to an ironing board; she’s rubbing her hands as though she’s in a great deal of pain like Norma was in Stephen King’s novel. And while Jud always spoke of his wife in the most complimentary of terms, there’s something sinister about this woman’s appearance… Re-watch the trailer for yourself at the bottom of the article and let us know what you think!

Synopsis:
Dr. Louis Creed and his wife, Rachel, relocate from Boston to rural Maine with their two young children. The couple soon discovers a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near their new home. When tragedy strikes, Louis turns to his neighbor Jud Crandall, setting off a perilous chain reaction that unleashes an unspeakable evil with horrific consequences.

Pet Sematary stars Jason Clarke, Amy Seimetz, and John Lithgow as Jud Crandall.

So, do you think that could be Jud’s wife Norma at the 1:37 mark in the trailer? More importantly, are you excited to see Pet Sematary when it haunts theaters on April 5th? Sound off in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram!

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November and Beyond for Horror Fans

We’re well into November now with Thanksgiving right around the corner. While it’s always horror season for true fans, October is the time for slashers for most casual fans. Never fear though… there’s some great stuff coming in the near (and distant future).

Suspiria 2018

After the Halloween franchise finally made a return to the big screen last month (check out Chewie’s review of Halloween (2018) here) after a long layoff after the reboot of Halloween this month, many have started to speculate which will be the next horror film to come out of the grave. Here are some odds on possible movies that could be released in the next three years.

IT Chapter TwoIn addition to speculation, check out this awesome list of flick that have either just come out or are confirmed and on their way:

  • Suspiria – 11.2.2018
  • Overlord – 11.9.2018
  • The Clovehitch Killer – 11.16.2018
  • Anna and the Apocalypse – 12.7.2018
  • The House That Jack Built – 12.28.2019
  • Eli – 1.4.2019
  • The Turning – 2.22.2019
  • Pet Sematary – 4.5.2019
  • Godzilla: King of Monsters – 5.31.2019
  • IT Chapter 2 – 9.16.2019

Clearly, there’s a lot to be excited about for horror fans out there.

What’s the flick that’s got you excited? What was the best horror film of 2018? Are you looking forward to some of these reboots?

Sound off in the comments below!

Mary Lambert Spearheading Restoration of Original PET SEMATARY

Sometimes, remakes are better—but you’ve got to respect the originals!

With a new cinematic adaptation of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary arriving in theaters next April, chances are the first one will be getting renewed attention. While some aspects of that film haven’t aged well, most horror aficionados still regard 1989’s Pet Sematary as a terrifying masterpiece, one that reigns as one of the most arresting supernatural shockers of the 1980s.

It’s timely, then, that original Pet Sematary director Mary Lambert is currently spearheading a restoration with Paramount Pictures. The lauded filmmaker made the announcement via Twitter:

“I spent #FemaleFilmakerFriday working at @ParamountPics on the restoration of Pet Sematary. HDR Color Grading & Dolby Vision. Looks gorgeous!! Their team is amazing! I’d love to direct another project for Paramount one day. Xo”

We haven’t gotten an official announcement, meaning we don’t have a release date or an inkling of potential special features, but we’ll keep our eyes peeled for further updates. Stay tuned! In the meantime, check out the synopsis and trailer for 1989’s Pet Sematary below, followed by the synopsis and trailer for 2019’s Pet Sematary. Enjoy!

Synopsis:
Doctor Louis Creed (Dale Midkiff) moves his family to Maine, where he meets a friendly local named Jud Crandall (Fred Gwynne). After the Creeds’ cat is accidentally killed, Crandall advises Louis to bury it in the ground near the old pet cemetery. The cat returns to life, its personality changed for the worse. When Louis’ son, Gage (Miko Hughes), dies tragically, Louis decides to bury the boy’s body in the same ground despite the warnings of Crandall and Louis’ visions of a deceased patient.

Synopsis:
Dr. Louis Creed and his wife, Rachel, relocate from Boston to rural Maine with their two young children. The couple soon discover a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near their new home. When tragedy strikes, Louis turns to his neighbor Jud Crandall, setting off a perilous chain reaction that unleashes an unspeakable evil with horrific consequences.

Pet Sematary is directed by Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer and stars Jason Clarke, John Lithgow, and Amy Seimetz.

Are you a fan of 1989’s Pet Sematary? Are you looking forward to the new adaptation arriving in US theaters next April? Sound off in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram!

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Director Mary Lambert is Working With Paramount on Restoration of the Original ‘Pet Sematary’

With Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch’s new adaptation of Pet Sematary headed our way next year, you may be wondering if we’ll be getting a brand new home video release of the original film to go along with it. It seems like we will be, we’re happy to report today, as director Mary Lambert tweeted over the weekend that Paramount is working on a restoration!

Lambert first tweeted, “Working with Paramount to create HDR version of original Pet Sematary. It looks amazing.”

She subsequently added, “I spent #FemaleFilmakerFriday working at on the restoration of Pet Sematary. HDR Color Grading & Dolby Vision. Looks gorgeous!! Their team is amazing! I’d love to direct another project for Paramount one day.”

Presumably, we’ll be getting a 4K Ultra HD release next year. Stay tuned!

[It Came From the ’80s] The Traumatic Nightmare of Zelda in ‘Pet Sematary’

With horror industry heavy hitters already in place from the 1970s, the 1980s built upon that with the rise of brilliant minds in makeup and effects artists, as well as advances in technology. Artists like Rick Baker, Rob Bottin, Alec Gillis, Tom Woodruff Jr., Tom Savini, Stan Winston, and countless other artists that delivered groundbreaking, mind-blowing practical effects that ushered in the pre-CGI Golden Age of Cinema. Which meant a glorious glut of creatures in horror. More than just a technical marvel, the creatures on display in ‘80s horror meant tangible texture that still holds up decades laterGrotesque slimy skin to brutal transformation sequences, there wasn’t anything the artists couldn’t create. It Came From the ‘80s is a series that will pay homage to the monstrous, deadly, and often slimy creatures that made the ‘80s such a fantastic decade in horror.

In an era of fantastic practical effect driven horror that unleashed many memorable movie monsters, few instilled as many nightmares as Pet Sematary’s Zelda Goldman. An adaptation of one of Stephen King’s most beloved novels, there’s no shortage of monstrous horror in Pet Sematary thanks to a cursed Micmac burial ground that renders those buried in it undead and murderous. Yet, it’s the haunted memories of Rachel Creed (Denise Crosby), forced in childhood to care for her dying sister that struck the biggest chord with audiences. Zelda was a horrifying scene stealer, and considering the gore effects on display, that’s quite an accomplishment.

Relegated mostly to flashbacks, Zelda was the Goldstein family’s 13-year-old dirty little secret. Older sister to then 8-year-old Rachel, Zelda suffered from spinal meningitis, a disease that caused Zelda’s spine to painfully deform as she wasted away in the back bedroom physically and mentally. It was the reason that Rachel had such deep-seated issues about death; she was the one forced to care for her sister the fateful day Zelda finally succumbed to her illness. Fearful of contracting Zelda’s disease as much as death itself, Zelda’s memory terrifies Rachel even through her adulthood, and ours.

In the 1989 adaptation, Zelda was designed by special makeup effects designer Lance Anderson (The Serpent and the Rainbow, Shocker). Anderson researched meningitis and the effects on the body when creating the makeup design for the character, ensuring the spine was contorted and the face emaciated. But Zelda is a character that proves it takes two major components to creating a memorable movie monster; great makeup design and an actor that breathes life into it.

Originally, the role was envisioned to be played by a female; the character was a young girl after all. But director Mary Lambert wasn’t happy with the auditions for the part, the girls auditioning were simply too sweet and not creepy enough. So she decided to cast a wider net. Enter actor Andrew Hubastek, who was in his twenties at the time and had strong convictions of who he wanted this character to be. The voice, the physicality, and Anderson’s design all culminated in a character so off-putting and horrifying that it didn’t matter how small the character was to the plot; Zelda was pure nightmare fuel.

Casting Hubastek turned out to be more than just fortuitous on screen. The makeup process for the character was much more laborious than a child would likely have been able to handle. The process took at least 8 hours of application of the back and upper chest pieces, as well as the face and hands, that had been glued on by two makeup artists. Never mind that this was shot in Maine during the fall, so it was already chilly during the application process. Or that Hubstek filmed his scenes for upwards of 18 hours before having to endure a 6-8-hour makeup removal process. It was an exhaustive process that left him ready to rip the prosthetics off his skin, and likely contributed to an effectively chilling performance.

Anderson’s work on Pet Sematary is amazing. It was his idea to up the ante on Jud’s demise; the script called for Gage to simply slice Jud’s leg, so Anderson instead pushed for the brutal Achilles’ tendon severing. His work on Rachel’s oozing eye socket is also cringe-worthy in the best possible way. But for all of the gore and creepy undead on screen, it’s Zelda that’s most fondly remembered. There’s an irony in that, both in how small Zelda’s role is in the story and that this movie monster was birthed from a very real disease. It’s easy to see why this iteration of Zelda left such a lasting mark, though. Between Anderson’s design and Hubastek’s unnerving performance, Zelda is a monster for the ages.

Official Facebook Page Shares a New “3D Photo” from Next Year’s ‘Pet Sematary’ Re-Adaptation

One aspect of Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch’s re-adaptation of Pet Sematary that was not present in Stephen King’s novel or the 1989 film adaptation, as spotted in the new movie’s first trailer, is a group of young kids in creepy animal masks, possibly the original kids who built the titular “sematary.” We won’t find out what’s up with them until next year, but this week brings a new “3D photo” of the creepy kids, which you can check out below.

Move your mouse around for “3D” fun!

John Lithgow takes over the role of Jud Crandall, played in the original adaptation by the late Fred Gwynne. Twins Hugo Lavoie and Lucas Lavoie play Gage Creed, with Jeté Laurence taking on the role of Ellie Creed. Jason Clarke (Winchester) and Amy Seimetz (Alien: Covenant, A Horrible Way to Die) are our new Louis and Rachel Creed. Young actress Alyssa Brooke Levine has been cast as our new Zelda, with Obssa Ahmed playing Victor Pascow.

In Pet Sematary, adapted by Jeff Buhler…

“Based on the novel by Stephen King, Pet Sematary follows Dr. Louis Creed, who, after relocating with his wife Rachel and their two young children from Boston to rural Maine, discovers a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near the family’s new home. When tragedy strikes, Louis turns to his unusual neighbor, Jud Crandall, setting off a perilous chain reaction that unleashes an unfathomable evil with horrific consequences.”

Return to the Pet Sematary on April 5, 2019.

PET SEMATARY 3D Photo Takes Terror to the Next Dimension!

It’s time to start getting really, really excited about 2019’s Pet Sematary, an adaptation of Stephen King’s bestselling novel directed by Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer. We’ve seen a couple knock out posters and a truly bone-chilling trailer. Today, producers have shared a picture—but it’s no ordinary image: As the first film page to post a 3D photo to Facebook, you can immerse yourself in it using the new 3D photo function!

Related Article: UK Poster for 2019’s PET SEMATARY is Bone Chilling!

Check it out on Facebook and follow the film HERE. And, if you missed them, give the synopsis and trailer a look-see below.

Synopsis:
Louis Creed, his wife Rachel and their two children Gage and Ellie move to a rural home where they are welcomed and enlightened about the eerie ‘Pet Sematary’ located near their home. After the tragedy of their cat being killed by a truck, Louis resorts to burying it in the mysterious pet cemetery, which is definitely not as it seems, as it proves to the Creeds that sometimes, dead is better.

Pet Sematary is slated to haunt US theaters beginning April 5th; the film stars Jason Clarke, John Lithgow, and Amy Seimetz. Give the synopsis and trailer a spin below.

What do you think of the 3D photo for Pet Sematary? Are you excited to check out the film in April? Sound off in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram!

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UK Poster for 2019’s PET SEMATARY is Bone Chilling!

Sometimes, dead is better—but the UK Poster for 2019’s Pet Sematary is the best!

It’s been a few weeks since we brought Dread Central readers their first look at the trailer for 2019’s Pet Sematary, and we’re still picking our collective jaws off the dam floor! Today, we’re getting a look at the UK poster for the film, directed by Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer and based on the bestselling novel by Stephen King, and it’s nothing short of amazing.

Have a look:

Pet Sematary is slated to haunt US theaters beginning April 5th; the film stars Jason Clarke, John Lithgow, and Amy Seimetz. Give the synopsis and trailer a spin below.

Synopsis:
Louis Creed, his wife Rachel and their two children Gage and Ellie move to a rural home where they are welcomed and enlightened about the eerie ‘Pet Sematary’ located near their home. After the tragedy of their cat being killed by a truck, Louis resorts to burying it in the mysterious pet cemetery, which is definitely not as it seems, as it proves to the Creeds that sometimes, dead is better.

What do you think of the UK poster for Pet Sematary? Are you excited to check out the film in April? Sound off in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram!

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XX: 13 Killer Horror Movies Directed by Women

This past week, Blumhouse’s Jason Blum made some “boneheaded comments” about the lack of talented female directors in Hollywood—specifically in the horror genre. I have often found it strange that there are not more female horror directors out there. I mean we have quite a few shining examples of the genre helmed by strong females.

So why has Hollywood not learned their lesson fully and slapped more horror projects at not only the classic female directors of the past but a whole new generation of up-and-coming filmmakers? This doesn’t make much, if any, sense to me. And so I just wanted to take the time, yet again, today to point out some of the best horror movies that you either never knew were directed by women, or maybe you just forgot.

It is an impressive list to be sure and I can only hope that it may inspire a horror producer currently looking for a director to open the spectrum of their search to some of these classic directors. Some of which that are still on the top of their game.

Here you go, Jason Blum. Look this list over. You’re welcome.

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The Slumber Party Massacre (1982) Directed by Amy Holden Jones

This 1982 slasher about a group of high school seniors left alone by their parents for a slumber party, and then preyed upon by a murderer using a power drill is a total classic. And not only is the film directed by a female, Amy Holden Jones, but its screenplay was also penned by a woman as well, Rita Mae Brown. For those who may have skipped The Slumber Party Massacre for some reason, make sure to remedy that as soon as possible as it’s a true treat. Special mention also goes out to its sequel, which I find to be just as much fun, if not even more so, than the original.

 


Near Dark (1987) Directed by Kathryn Bigelow

I don’t think it’s a stretch to say first-time director Kathryn Bigelow’s modern vampire-western Near Dark is one of the best horror movies of all-time. That’s not hyperbole, is it? If you’ve seen the film, you just quickly answered with a resounding “Hell, no!” If you haven’t seen the film, you owe it to yourself to snatch up a copy this evening and share it with the ones you love. Bill Paxton may never have been better than here as the wild-card vampire in his clan of misfits. Extra points for including Lance Henriksen and Jenette Goldstein (Aliens) in on the fun.

 


Pet Sematary (1989) Directed by Mary Lambert

Without a doubt, Mary Lambert’s adaptation of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary is one of the scariest horror movies of all-time. Sure it has its cheesy moments, but then again it boasts the freakiest little zombie kid to ever grace the silver screen, and let’s not forget about the twisted-up pretzel nightmare that is Zelda. Brr. Just thinking of Rachel’s dead sister calling her name in that gravelly voice, or rushing out of the corner of the room to taunt her face-to-face still gives me the super-creeps. Bonus points awarded to Lambert’s follow-up Pet Sematary 2 which holds a very special place in my horror heart. Sometimes dead is better, yes. But Lambert’s career desperately needs a resurrection.

 


American Psycho (2000) Directed by Mary Harron

Yet again we have a classic horror movie that was not only directed by a woman (Mary Harron) but co-written by a woman as well (Guinevere Turner). From the extreme blood, gore and sex contained within, to the fact that the black comedy horror film is one of the ultimate studies on the darkness of the male mind, and it is a wonder Harron and Turner were let anywhere near this adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’s 1991 novel of the same name. The fact that they were not only allowed to make the film but that they exceeded so perfectly is one of the best examples of why we need to bring more females into the horror fold.

 


Jennifer’s Body (2009) Directed by Karyn Kusama

Kusama is a director that (spoiler alert) we’ll see again further down this list. But the Girlfight director’s first foray into the world of horror, written by Diablo Cody (Juno) is a prime example of a film that’s unjustly forgotten to the sands of teen-horror time. The movie’s not only gory as hell and sexy as shit, but it also boasts one of the most enduring plots I’ve ever seen in a horror movie. The power of a teen girl’s friendship is a power that even possession has a hard time breaking. It’s so damn sweet that I have to admit it made me cry at one pivotal moment. Which moment? Watch the film and I think you’ll figure it out, no problem.

 


American Mary (2012) Directed by Jen Soska and Sylvia Soska

Jen and Sylvia Soska have been making horror movies for a while now, including their upcoming remake of David Cronenberg’s Rabid, but it was really this little body-horror film starring Katharine Isabelle that put them on the map. And for good reason too. The movie is filled with style, charm, and did I forget to mention body-horror? Yeah, if you like a bit of graphic gore that will have you cringing for days afterward, then make sure to add The Soska Sisters’ American Mary to your must-see list as soon as you finish reading this. You will not be disappointed.

 


Carrie (2013) Directed by Kimberly Peirce

Remakes tend to piss people off. I get that. But sometimes a remake comes along that is more of a readaptation if that makes any difference to you. Yes, in 2013 director Kimberly Peirce took on Stephen king’s first (published) novel Carrie and brought it back to the screen with a killer cast including Chloe Grace Moretz and Julianne More (to name a few). The result isn’t spectacular and doesn’t hold a candle to Brian DePalma’s original adaptation, but Pierce’s version has more than a few positive things going for it and deserves at least a single watch. For no other reason than you can’t talk smack about a movie that you’ve never seen.

 


Girl Walks Home Alone at NightA Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (2013) Directed by Ana Lily Amirpour

Amirpour is a talent to keep both eyes on starting right this moment. Sure her sophomore feature film The Bad Batch left more a little to be desired, but her first foray into filmmaking is a new classic if there ever was one. From it’s stark black and white photography to its refusal to follow any and all of the tropes and endless cliches of the vampire subgenre, A Girl Walks Home at Night is the loud and proud signature of a director that very well could change the landscape of female filmmaking, horror or otherwise, within the next few years. We’re rooting for you, Ana Lily.

 


The BabadookThe Babadook (2014) Directed by Jennifer Kent

Writer-director Jennifer Kent’s first feature film The Babdook has received its fair share of haters throughout the years since it first crept and crawled onto screens back in 2014. Most people complain that it’s “just not scary.” But I beg to differ. There are sequences in this film that will all but stop your heart, and the film’s final message is one that any human should embrace. Some people complain about horror films lacking depth and three-dimensional characters. All of that can be found in Jennifer Kent’s first film. Along with, you know, some super-charged nightmare fuel that will have you battling a case of insomnia for a few days.

 


HoneymoonHoneymoon (2014) Directed by Leigh Janiak

Director Leigh Janiak came out swinging right out of the gates with her 2014 feature directing debut Honeymoon. The sci-fi horror film stars Rose Leslie (Game of Thrones) and Harry Treadaway (Mr. Mercedes) as a newly married couple whose titular honeymoon goes to utter shit thanks to a horrific nighttime visitor. Leslie’s character begins to change in the most grotesque Cronenberg fashions and it’s up to Treadaway to keep his new marriage together – as they say for better or worse. Needless to say, things go from bad to worse throughout the course of the film and the ending alone is worth the price of an iTunes rental. Creepy to the core.

 


The Invitation (2015) Directed by Karyn Kusama

I told you director Karyn Kusama was going to make her appearance more than once on this list. And following up her first horror outing – the above-mentioned Jennifer’s Body – Kusama returned to the genre with her 2015 psychological thriller The Invitation. The film stars Logan Marshall-Green (Prometheus) and the always terrifying John Carroll Lynch (AHS: Freakshow, Zodiac) as guests at a dinner party that becomes more and more sinister as the wine and beer flows. Is it all in our lead’s head, or is there something downright evil going on behind the scenes of this quaint gettogether? You’ll have to check out the film to know for sure, but trust me, it’s well worth it.

 


XX (2017) Directed by St. Vincent, Karyn Kusama, Jovanka Vuckovic, and Roxanne Benjamin

And – boom – good old Karyn Kusama shows up on our list yet again. This time she contributed to the 2017 horror anthology film XX, along with fellow female horror directors such as Jovanka Vuckovic (The Captured Bird), Annie Clark (St. Vincent), and Roxanne Benjamin (Southbound). The anthology features tales of terror including Don’t Fall, Her Only Living Son, The Birthday Cake, and The Box. Like all horror anthologies, some of these entries are hits and some are misses. I’ll let you decide which tales of terror fit into which category. But however you chose to slice and ice this flick, it’s a film you need to see as soon as possible.

 


RawRaw (2017) Directed by Julia Ducournau

First-time writer-director Julia Ducournau’s French-Belgian horror drama Raw is one of my favorite horror movies of all-time. No hyperbole. I saw it last year and it quickly became the film to beat for best of the year. The film follows a young vegetarian (Garance Marillier) throughout her first year at veterinary school and to say the film is only for those with an iron-clad stomach may be an understatement. You see, this young girl tastes meat for the first time here in college and develops… a craving for human flesh in the process. It’s far worse than even that rundown implies, with a bikini-waxing gone wrong being a horrific highlight. Now, where’s Ducournau’s next film, Hollywood!? I’ll be there opening night.

 


And there you have it. Those are 13 awesome horror movies that you (may) have forgotten were directed by women. What did you think of this list? Make sure to hit us up and let us know what you think below or on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram!

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Must Read: Trainer Talks Working with New Church on PET SEMATARY Remake

This coming April we will finally see the release of the remake of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary. The flick looks super-cool to me and I’m especially loving the new Church kitty.

And speaking of which, today we have a fun little bit where the new Chruch’s trainer spoke with the Prince George Citizen about the trails and tribulations of filming the remake with the kitten from beyond the grave.

Feline trainer Melissa Millett said five rescued kitties got star treatment and spent 2 months training for 10 weeks of filming, but one backed out after getting spooked on set.

Cats don’t aim to please,” said Millett, “so the film crew made sure they were having fun on the job, providing them with an outdoor “catio” where they could play in between takes.”

The cats shared five trailers during the shoot to accommodate their human team and training needs,” She said. “And one sourpuss had to be separated in its own RV because it didn’t get along with the other animal actors.”

Despite the one acting a fool, Millett said most of the cock-eyed kitties worked well together. The film’s animal co-ordinator adopted two of them, and two went to Millett’s friends. Guess what happened to that sourpuss fifth cat? Yep, Millet kept it herself and named it Tonic.

I think there’s going to be a lot more for these kitties, and they work as a team, so this will continue to be a great team,” she said. “I don’t know how Tonic feels about now being a regular cat. He says, ‘Come on! Excuse me!‘”

NOTE: This is the most delightful story I’ve ever reported on here at Dread Central.

Pet Sematary haunts US theaters beginning April 5, 2019.

Synopsis:
Louis Creed, his wife Rachel and their two children Gage and Ellie move to a rural home where they are welcomed and enlightened about the eerie ‘Pet Sematary’ located near their home. After the tragedy of their cat being killed by a truck, Louis resorts to burying it in the mysterious pet cemetery, which is definitely not as it seems, as it proves to the Creeds that sometimes, dead is better.

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