Published: Wed, October 10, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

The Trailer For Pet Sematary Is Here

The Trailer For Pet Sematary Is Here

He continues: "Kids used to dare each other to go into the woods at night".

Apparently "dead is better" even the second time around! There is much anticipation for It: Chapter Two next September, and ahead of that, a new adaptation of his classic 1983 novel Pet Sematary is due. The plot follows a young family who, after moving to a rural home, discover they are living next to a creepy pet cemetery endowed with powers to reanimate whatever is buried on its grounds.

The Stephen King adaptations keep on coming. The trailer offers teasers of the freakish characters which leaves you curious and sends chills down your spine simultaneously.

Fans of the 1989 film, to say nothing of the original book, will undoubtedly be pleased with the tone established with the first footage, as the Creed family moves to rural ME, only to discover a risky road on one side of their home (foreshadowing!), and a burial ground on the other.

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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.

Screenwriter Jeff Buhler previously told Dread Central that the goal for the remake was to "tell a really grounded, character-driven, and psychologically horrific version of Pet Sematary ... the scariest book that King ever wrote".

Pet Sematary, which also stars Jason Clarke, opens on April 5, 2019.

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