See the new trailer for Stephen King's "Pet Sematary"

Ruben Ruiz
October 11, 2018

A neighbor named Jud Crandall (played by the ever-brilliant John Lithgow) attempts to help them by introducing Louis to the secluded local pet cemetery (misspelled as "sematary" on a child's sign) - where anything that's buried there returns from the grave.

Boasting the logline "sometimes dead is better", the clip is plenty creepy.

Like many a good horror movie, the trailer for the new film adaptation of Stephen King's Pet Sematary starts off with a vision of an idyllic life.

Just within the past year or so, there have been new adaptations of a number of King's works, including It, The Dark Tower, Gerald's Game, and 1922, plus an original TV show set in King's world, Castle Rock. It was previously brought to the big screen in 1988, leading to a sequel in 1992. Are you excited to see the film when it arrives in United States theaters on April 5?

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The original 1989 movie (in which King appeared as a minister) made more than $57 million.

For who will be portarying these characters, it was announced that Jason Clarke and Amy Seimetz playing Louis and Rachel Creed. Their daughter Ellie (Jeté Laurence) is as drawn to the weird, circular array of pet graves behind her house just as much as toddler Gage (Hugo and Lucas Lavoie) is enchanted by the huge Orinco oil tankers that roar up and down their road. I'm actually curious about this film.

Watch the new trailer above.

Paramount Pictures unleashes Pet Sematary to theaters on April 5, 2019. Below, check out an old trailer for the first one.

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