Boasting the logline "sometimes dead is better", the clip is plenty creepy.
The classic Stephen King novel is being readapted for a 2019 release and it looks like a must-see for fans of the genre.
Of course, Pet Sematary was already made into a film in 1989, but it received fairly mixed reviews back then.
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We've got kids in masks, 16-wheelers barreling down a secluded highway, a mysterious burial ground hidden in the woods, and a very different looking Church the cat! Let us know if this trailer has you pumped or not!
While the synopsis is a thing of nightmares, the translation of the film to an actual trailer is pretty horrifying. This time around, a young actress named Alyssa Brooke Levine will take on the role of Zelda, and directors Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kölsch have promised that their take on the character will be more faithful to the source material. That's true for horror movies, and especially so if it's a King property.
This film was greenlit in December of 2017, mere months after It, another King adaptation, became the highest-grossing horror film in history. Below, check out an old trailer for the first one. Instead, it'll hone in on what makes the story so horrifying.
Upon viewing the original Pet Sematary as an adult, I was struck by the bad special effect and the general cheesiness of the film.