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Plot: 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 nearby. After the tragedy of their cat being killed by a truck, Louis resorts to burying it in the mysterious pet cemetery, which… Runtime: 101 min Release Date: 05 Apr 2019
Great film and obviously underrated according to It's rating on here. (by jamesmgarand)
I didn't expect much after the trailers gave so much away but It's surprisingly a great film. A lot better than "Us", that's for sure.
The movie was fantastic!! (by kennyabolton)
You don't see too many remakes that turn out well but this one sure did!!It was worth going to the theater to see!!!I give it an A+++++ all the way!!The cast of the film were great!!!
Great movie, worth watching. (by davidedwards122-943-225988)
Did not expect a lot from this movie being a horror fan. But was excellent, lots of jump scares, acting was good and the plot great, I would recommend a watch.
Sometimes Dead Is Better (by ymyuseda)
Rating 9.5/10 Sometimes, dead is better. A brilliant adaptation of stephen king's bestselling novel from 1983. This movie is just amazing and the acting from everyone was great. If you want to see a film that will truly give you chills, you must watch Pet Sematary. This movie succeeds far more at being truly terrifiying experience !! Absolute horror perfection !!
Sometimes DEAD is Better (by bhernandez2216)
OMG, the new "Pet Sematary" is better than I thought it would be. Better than the original 1989s Pet Sematary. Every time I see the previews I can't tell if I can see cute cat pictures anymore, especially that creepy cat in the film. It's Scary, emotional, and terrifying.Sometimes Dead is Better.
A Worthy Addition to The King Canon (by Pairic)
Pet Sematary: A tale of the Old Gods/Spirits which live in the New England Forests, Gods which predated the Amerindians and forced the local Tribes to flee the area. Infused with Pagan imagery from the beginning as a group of children in animal masks parade to the local animal cemetery - Pet Sematary - to bury a deceased dog. The forest is eerily portrayed by day as Autumnal sunshine penetrates the tree canopy but at night the dark forest exudes primeval terror, even before any of the haunted sites are approached. There is another more mundane horror though, that of trucks and cars which <more>
threaten to snuff out life at any moment.A Surgeon, Louis Creed Jason Clarke and his family have moved to rural Maine and taken a job in a University Hospital. but he soon faces horror as a student struck by a car is brought in with his brains hanging out. The student dies but Louis has visions of him coming back to life and that night, in a dream is led out into the forest by the student, but when he wakes his feet are covered with mud. His wife Rachel Amy Seimetz has her own traumas and guilt over causing the death of her disabled sister, she now has visions of that event. Eight year old daughter Ellie Jeté Laurence meets local man Jud John Lithgow in the Pet Sematary, he warns her about dangers in the forest. When Ellies cat is killed by a truck. Jud brings Louis deep into the woods to inter it in an old burial ground from which animals have come back, the cat returns but is different, wilder. When Ellie is killed in a road accident, Louis is of course tempted to bury her in the same spot. No spoilers here, all of this is revealed in the trailers.A tale of revenants and an evil older than time itself which has preyed on the minds of the Creed family since they first moved to the woods. Lithgow is convincing as the knowledgeable, conflicted local who leads the family onto the road to damnation. Jeté Laurence is superb as both the living and dark reanimated Ellie. If the film has flaws then it may be due to having two directors, Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer, as at times it can't seem to decide whether it is a tale of dark comedy or existential terror. But this is a worthy addition to the King Canon with some truly horrific scenes, not for the squeamish. 8.5/10.
Contrary to the mediocre trailers, this is a solid remake that nails the adaptation of King's original story, and seeps and drips with brutal bleakness. (by dressedkill)
I was lucky enough to check this out at an advance screening and was very surprised after not really thinking the trailers looked that great. I've always loved the original and have thought it has stood the test of time, but this new film executes the original story concept very well if not even better, with only a couple big changes. The dark and tragic tone is set from the start and never lets up throughout. There are some moments and scares that do follow modern horror cliches, but there are definitely some that are built up by magnificent ominous atmosphere. Jason Clarke once again <more>
shows he's an underrated actor that has some genuine humanity and emotion in his performance. John Lithgow is also very solid as well as Amy Seimitz. The camerawork is very crisply shot and creative and creates some fantastic visuals of the haunting wilderness settings. There are some moments towards the end that seemed rushed, but overall this is another great new age horror remake that honestly deserves loads of credit for following subject matter properly.
I'm happy to announce that this is better than the first movie. Doesn't happen very often but this is one of those. Really creepy and the acting is really good. One change was a somewhat strange but seemed to work. Excellent horror.
I Hope My Cat Doesn't See This Movie! (by martimusross)
Pet SemetaryThis movie was great from start to finish, it all started so innocuously and then the menace and tension built and built.The husband/father played by Jason Clarke as the normal guy next door brought an intensity and warmth to the screen. This really was a class act, we had him in Aftermath and now this. His on screen presence is so underplayed that you don't notice the skills he applies to the micro-gestures and fleeting emotions he conveys with the eyes.The neighbour, played by John Lithgow was masterfully realised, solid as a rock here and the wife played by Amy Seimetz was <more>
the icing on the cake. Whoever cast this movie got it spot on, how a lovely fluffy tabby could scare the b'jesus out of us was brilliant.Within its genre this is nearly perfect on every front, script, cast, plot, music, direction and cinematography.