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Pet Sematary Trailer: What’s Dead Should Stay Dead

Pet Sematary Trailer: What’s Dead Should Stay Dead”

This is the second time eastern Canada has filled in for ME in a King movie in recent years; both the "IT" remake and its upcoming sequel were filmed in Port Hope, Ontario.

Pet Sematary - the Stephen King novel that will make you paranoid every time Tiddles looks at you amusing - is the latest of the horror master's stories to get a modern movie adaptation. No doubt Paramount is hoping that by giving Pet Sematary a new coat of paint, it can replicate the kind of massive success Warner Bros. saw with the 2017 remake of It, which became the highest-grossing horror film of all time.

The trailer reveals Dr Louis Creed, played by Jason Clarke, and his family relocating from Boston to rural Maine. Let us know if this trailer has you pumped or not! Now it's being remade with Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer behind the camera, and a script from Jeff Buhler (The Midnight Meat Train), and based on the trailer above, the new Pet Sematary is going for A Quiet Place meets creepy kids meets evil cats (so, every cat) vibe. "In the original movie, it's a 21-year-old guy in drag playing it, and in the book, as you recall, it's a 10-year-old girl". While the horror legend's books and stories have been regularly turned into movies and shows over the decades, the last few years have seen even more than usual. Instead, it'll hone in on what makes the story so horrifying.

"Pet Sematary" is set to hit theaters April 5, 2019.



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