Pet Sematary film review: Stephen King horror resurrected with horrifying new adaptation

//Pet Sematary film review: Stephen King horror resurrected with horrifying new adaptation

Pet Sematary film review: Stephen King horror resurrected with horrifying new adaptation

4/5 stars Rather like the storyline, Stephen King’s grisly 1983 book gets re-animated for this second cinematic adaptation. The original movie, arriving in 1989, was scripted by King and featured Herman Munster himself, Fred Gwynne. Here, co-directors Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kölsch do not try anything too fancy, sticking to the premise closely as a doctor and his family move into a new home in Ludlow, Maine. The result is surprisingly effective. Played by Jason Clarke, Dr. Louis Reed is a…

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