Stephen King’s ‘Pet Sematary’ Is Absolutely Terrifying in New Trailer

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King published Pet Sematary in 1983, and six years later, it was turned into a moderately terrifying movie (which I watched when I was way too young - I'm still wary of high-speed trucks), followed by a bad sequel. But as the wise old man ominously notes, "Sometimes dead is better". "They knew the power of that place", he says as footage of young children walking across the forest floor, banging on tiny toy drums and wearing haunting animal masks, plays out on screen. King's scariest novel, Pet Sematary, is all set to spook you out and the first trailer is now out, providing hints of just how scary it is going to get.

Synopsis:Louis Creed, his wife Rachel and their two children Gage and Ellie move to a rural home where they are welcomed and enlightened about the eerie "Pet Sematary" located near their home. "But another thing we're exploring is how you can't run". Even at the end of The Shining, Wendy marries Dick Halloran, people forget that, that's not in the movie, but Stephen King has a heart. The first adaptation of Pet Sematary was released in 1989. "It's more accurate to the book, I'll just say that", Widmyer told Entertainment Weekly.

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Announced back in 2017, King's horror story will be getting a remake, and from the looks of it, the remake already appears to be reminiscent of the classic novel.

The trailer has all the hallmarks of a good horror movie: a stingy score, a creepy house in the woods, and spooky kids.

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Welcome to another Stephen King adaptation, folks!

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