The trailer starts off with suggesting, "sometimes dead is better" before unfolding the events of the scariest tale from the author. We get kids performing pet funerals in creepy animal masks, fog lining the ground at the night, a toy drum that just won't stop beating, and very brief glimpses of the violence to come that are nearly more disturbing than actually watching the death scenes.
The original 1989 film adaptation of Stephen King's Pet Sematary is bona fide classic of horror cinema, tapping into many basic, primordial fears with merciless skill and featuring an unassailable assist from the Ramones, in the form of an original song of the same name.
Based on the seminal horror novel by Stephen King, Pet Sematary follows Dr. Louis Creed (Jason Clarke), who, after relocating with his wife Rachel (Amy Seimetz) and their two young children from Boston to rural ME, discovers a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near the family's new home.
The trailer reveals Dr Louis Creed, played by Jason Clarke, and his family relocating from Boston to rural Maine. Paramount Pictures hopes to find a similar amount of financial success with another movie based on a Stephen King novel. See what you think.
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Based on Widmyer's comments and this first trailer, it seems that Pet Sematary will distance itself from its film predecessor by avoiding coming across as over-the-top or somewhat campy, like the original Pet Sematary did.
It truly is a great time to be a fan of Stephen King.
See just how creepy the Pet Sematary remake really is when the film opens in theaters on April 5, 2019.