Boasting the logline "sometimes dead is better", the clip is plenty creepy. When their cat is hit by a truck, they bury it in the pet cemetery near their new home - only to find out it is a place where the dead don't always stay dead.
The official synopsis: 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 first look at Pet Sematary does what all solid trailers for book-to-movie adaptations should: establish the central premise of the story. Are you excited to see the film when it arrives in United States theaters on April 5?
A 1989 Pet Sematary adaptation didn't earn much critical acclaim, but the success of the 2017 clown chiller It has expanded the horizons for film versions of King's works.
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While the synopsis is a thing of nightmares, the translation of the film to an actual trailer is pretty horrifying.
What do you think of the trailer for Pet Sematary?
Zelda, a 10 year old girl, was actually played by a young Andrew Hubatsek under 14 hours worth of makeup. The directors previously made cult horror Starry Eyes, which is a disturbing look at fame and Hollywood and a very good sign for this particular reboot. Instead, it'll hone in on what makes the story so horrifying.
The Stephen King adaptations keep on coming.