Pet Sematary (DVD)

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Description

For most families, moving is a new beginning. But for the Creeds, it could be the beginning of the end. Because they've just moved in next door to a place that children built with broken dreams, the Pet Sematary. It's a tiny patch of land that hides a mysterious Indian burial ground with the powers of resurrection. Master Of The Macabre, Stephen King, will take you and the Creeds to hell and back. (But the Creeds don't have return tickets.) Your tour guide is kindly old Jud Crandall (Fred Gwynn), the neighborhood nice guy who knows the secrets of life, but has seen enough to firmly believe that "sometimes dead is better."

Product Details

Barcode
6004416079913
Department
Movies & TV
Released
10 Feb 2003
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Horror
Region
Region 2
Year
1989
Language
English
Studio
Paramount Pictures
Runtime
98 min
Supply Source
South Africa

Movie

Title
Pet Sematary
Release Year
1989
Language
English
Categories
Horror/Suspense / Based On A Novel / Cats / Death / Demonic Possession / Murder / Theatrical Release
Synopsis
Director Mary Lambert's (THE IN CROWD) second film is a very underrated rendering of a Stephen King bestseller. In it a young family, the Creeds have recently moved to a new neighborhood where they very quickly lose their cat, which is run over by a speeding truck. The Creed's neighbor, Jud (Fred Gwynne), feeling bad for the family, tells Mr. Creed (Dale Midkiff) about the secret Indian burial ground in the neighborhood, which has mysterious rejuvenating powers. However, when the Creed's infant son meets a fate similar to the family pet, Mr. Creed can't resist temptation and he brings an unspeakable evil back from the grave.
Notes
Marks the first time that author Stephen King wrote the screenplay for a filmed version of one of his novels.
Cast & Crew
Director
Mary Lambert
Star
Denise Crosby / Fred Gwynne / Miko Hughes / Dale Midkiff
Source Writer
Stephen King / Author: Stephen King
Movie Critics
Los Angeles Times
"...Peter Stein's cinematography is superbly varied, from the bright hues of a glossy magazine to the dark shadows of a charnel house....PET SEMATARY is a handsomely produced film..."
Kevin Thomas (24 Apr 1989, p.C5)