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Plot: Eager to start afresh, the young doctor, Louis Creed, and his family--his wife, Rachel, their daughter, Ellie, and their three-year-old toddler, Gage--move to their new home in the small rural town of Ludlow, Maine, alarmingly close to a busy highway. However, after the inadvertent death of… Runtime: 103 min Release Date: 21 Apr 1989
One of the best if not the best Stephen King's screenings. Dark as dark can be, surprising non-hollywood ending, terrifying atmosphere, amazing book adaptation, outstanding cast, educational don't play with afterlife , in short - everything an excellent horror should be...My favorite horror movie, straight 10+.
Very creepy. (by HumanoidOfFlesh)
This scary and rather gory adaptation of Stephen King's great novel features outstanding central performances by Dale Midkiff,Fred Gwynne who sadly died few years ago and Denise Crosby and some really gruesome gore effects.Director Mary Lambert has a wonderful sense of visual style,and manages to make this one of the few versions of King's work that is not only worth seeing,but genuinely unnerving.The depiction of the zombie child Gage Miko Hughes-later in "New Nightmare" is equally noteworthy,as what could easily have been a laughable character is made menacing and <more>
spooky.As for the people,who think that this one isn't scary-watch it alone in the dark eventually with your squeamish girlfriend and I guarantee you that "Pet Sematary" will creep you out.Some horror movies like this one or "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" shouldn't be watched in group.Recommended for horror fans!
Truly mesmerizing, and scary at times... (by Lando_Hass)
I am a big fan of Stephen King's work, and this film has made me an even greater fan of King. Pet Sematary is about the Creed family. They have just moved into a new house, and they seem happy. But there is a pet cemetery behind their house. The Creed's new neighbor Jud played by Fred Gwyne explains the burial ground behind the pet cemetery. That burial ground is pure evil. Jud tells Louis Creed that when you bury a human being or any kind of pet up in the burial ground, they would come back to life. The only problem, is that when they come back, they are NOT the same person, <more>
they're evil. Soon after Jud explains everything about the Pet Sematary, everything starts to go to hell. I wont explain anymore because I don't want to give away some of the main parts in the film. The acting that Pet Sematary had was pretty good, but needed a little bit of work. The story was one of the main parts of this movie, mainly because it was so original and gripping. This film features lots of make-up effects that make the movie way more eerie, and frightening. One of the most basic reasons why this movie sent chills up my back, was in fact the make-up effects. There is one character in this film that is truly freaky. That character is "Zelda." This particular character pops up in the film about three times to be precise. Zelda is Rachel Creed's sister who passed away years before, but Rachel is still haunted by her. The first time Zelda appears in the movie isn't generally scary because she isn't talking or anything, but the second time is the worst, and to be honest, the second time scares the living **** out of me. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this movie, it is almost perfect. Pet Sematary delivers great scares, some pretty good acting, first rate plot, and mesmerizing make-up. This is truly one of most favorite horror films of all time. 10 out of 10.
Pet Sematary . a good movie (by Butterflykisses13)
As this happens to be one of most favorite novels , I was very excited to see the move. I was not disappointed! Yes of course there are a few things that I could pick on , but I think that the movie stuck true to the book, and was a really good movie. It seems that Stephen King films mostly get a bad review , but this is one of the good ones. It is such a dark story , which I guess is why I like it .. and what is better than the dead coming to life.. and something about animals returning from the grave is quite creepy too. If you have seen the movie do yourself a huge favor and now read the <more>
book!! It is a well written screen play , the actors could have done a better job I only say this for Rachel , and Ellie .. she was so whinny I liked everyone else a lot.. and most important to me .. it stuck true with the novel.
Pet Semetary 1989 9/10 The Creed family have just moved into the small town of Ludlow. The family consists of a father, Louis, a mother, Rachel, a brother Gage, and a daughter, Ellen. They are greeted with kindness by Jud Crandall. Jud is 89, and could basically tell you about the entire history of Ludlow.Behind the Creed's new house, there is a path leading to a pet cemetery spelled pet sematary . When Ellen wants to go up to see it, Jud willfully takes the family on a trip. That is the start of hell for the Creed family.When Rachel and the kids are gone, Ellen's cat Church dies. <more>
Jud feels that Ellen isn't ready for the death of her cat, so he suggests Louis follow him further up the path, past the pet cemetery.Jud tells Louis of this burial ground, once used by Micmac Indians. Louis buries Church, without Jud's help. A couple of days later, Church returns, alive, but from hell.This movie was one of two horror movies that could actually scare me, aside from "The Exorcist." The greatest performance would ever be Zelda, Rachel's sister with spinal meningitis, or Victor Pascow, a ghost who tries to help the Creeds from making the mistake of bringing back things from the dead.The music in this movie plays an extravagant part. It is at the same time sad and mysterious. It goes along with the movie wonderfully.9/10
Stephen King should always write scripts for adaptations of his novels (by wolfcub7)
The movie script was written by the original author, so the point and lesson of the story remains instead of turning into mindless horror. This movie is also definitely a treat to a fan of psychological horror and I believe to a fan of gore too. There is not much of gore but the little there is, is very...impressive.I was delighted to see how dynamically he got the entire point of the story and every crucial element into the first five minutes of the film. All of it happening during a sunny day in a relatively happy atmosphere, sets a fine mood to the movie; we get the feeling that this <more>
idyllic happy family is going to go through hell in an unusual way. And because it and the scene, crucially involves an innocent little baby, most people get emotionally drawn in immediately.Although it made it impossible to portray Wendigo even nearly the way it is in the novel while possessing the bodies, I was glad that they cast a 2-year old child as Gage. Because it is highly important for emotional effect that the child was a baby. And I consider that more important for a movie than having a full-blown Wendigo portrayed, even for horror. The only thing that bothers me is that Gage looks like he died quickly of some inner cause instead of an ugly death by a high-speeding truck. There is no way anyone could repair a toddler's body that perfectly after such a death. To have it come off even semi-believable, they should not have shown the full grown man so horribly mangled by a truck and thus create an illogical contrast.But, because showing Victor Pascow is crucial to the story and there is no way you could stuff the needed make-up on a toddler without torturing him and making it impossible for him to have patience to play nice, the beautiful baby body is excusable and doesn't distract too much. And what Wendigo-Gage did to the old guy was disturbing enough anyway, perhaps even more so with the angelic baby looks than it would've been if he'd looked like the zombie he was.The creepiest movie character ever; Zelda. In the novel she's actually a 10-year old child but here they had her be a full-grown woman although portrayed by a man...Anyway, I hated the Zelda-bits even in the novel, so I really did not enjoy them in a visual form in a movie. She's just TOO creepy in all fate, looks and the insane mentality and the things she says. Be warned; she is VERY disturbing and scary in this movie. Not as much in the novel.The story's point of how far a human being may go in his/her deepest and most immense grief, and how much horror a human mind can take before it goes insane...and most importantly the lesson of how sometimes dead is better...are the reasons why this story is worth knowing to anyone who can stand horror at all. Because I don't think there is any better way to make those matters clear, than this story's way is. It all just hits home perfectly well and memorably. Those basic points and the lesson this story tries to teach, are the reason why this is worth watching over and over again and isn't as disturbing and sick as this otherwise might be. Of course also the great actors add to the worthiness of watching. Especially Gage's, Louis' and Pascow's actors are spot-on. But Ellie's is rather awful...but bearable.The basic points and the lesson are brought up relatively well in this movie adaptation, but I think could've been done better if they'd dug more into the minds of the characters, at least by voice-over narrating or something.I'm not gonna spoil the ending but just want to say that the ending is hands down the most important part of a story because if the ending is utterly changed, the very essence of the story utterly changes, and therefore if you're not going to respect the ending of an author's story, there is no point in adapting the story into a movie at all. In most adaptations of King's novels, they change the ending. But not this time! This script was written by King himself. Thus, not only is this movie respectfully novel-faithful all in all but indeed the ending is what it should be; just like it is in the novel apart from one addition. But since it was by the same author, it doesn't count as a change of that kind. And minus Gage's character who is much tamer in this movie than in the novel, but it's excusable because you can ask only so much of an actor who's at toddler age. Sooo, this movie including the ending ought to be delightful for the fans of the novel and should creep the ever-loving crap out of also those who don't know the novel.Denise Crosby, Rachel Creed's actress , has an interesting idea about the ending, which she revealed in the 20th Anniversary Reunion. After you hear that, you might enjoy this movie even more because it changes the way you look at its horror aspect, into a quite fascinating point of view. Her idea is only her personal interpretation, NOT necessarily Stephen King's vision. Hence the intense and in some sense disturbing horror aspect of this brilliant and deep story, you'll be happier if you don't watch this or even read the novel. But hence the basic points and lessons of the story, it is not all bad and can be essentially enjoyable. Consider carefully which format you can take without regretting the decision, or if you'd better just study the story without personally reading/watching it.
Pet Sematary is a very good horror film and believe it or not somebody can make a good horror film out of a Stephen King novel. Mary Lambert does a great job with this film and manages to bring across King's creepy story pretty well. Most people may avoid this, but they should check it out.
Classic ⚰ (by thegothicgilmoregirl)
I had a good exsperiance with this movie. It's an old classic the whole family can enjoy together. I'd say the lesson taught in this movie is to move on with your life when something bad happens, hence sometimes dead is better😉
Good Thrilling Horror (by Rainey-Dawn)
Pet Sematary is actually a pretty decent horror film. It's not perfect but it is scary at times. It has a mysterious look and feel to the film along with its story that kept me engrossed in it.This is one of the types of films that will have you thinking about bringing back a deceased loved one or beloved pet in real life. Yet I don't think I would want to bring them back to life like in this movie - that would be terrifying.In some ways this movie is a bit sad: the loss of a child - not just a beloved pet. This is where the movie draws you in closer and gets very scary.Yes this is a <more>
good horror film that is worth watching - just have your popcorn ready before hand ; 8.5/10