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Pet Sematary is a movie starring Jason Clarke, Amy Seimetz, and John Lithgow. Dr. Louis Creed and his wife, Rachel, relocate from Boston to rural Maine with their two young children. The couple soon discover a mysterious burial...

Mystery, Horror, Thriller
Kevin Kölsch, Dennis Widmyer
Jason Clarke, Jeté Laurence, John Lithgow, Amy Seimetz

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Product details

Genres Mystery, Horror, Thriller
Director Kevin Kölsch, Dennis Widmyer
Writer Stephen King, Jeff Buhler, Matt Greenberg
Stars Jason Clarke, Jeté Laurence, John Lithgow, Amy Seimetz
Country Canada, USA
Also Known As Groblje kućnih ljubimaca, Gyvuneliu kapines, Samitério de Animais, Cementerio de animales, Uinu, uinu lemmikkini, Pet Cemetery, Nghia Dia Ma Quai, Smętarz dla zwierzaków, ペット・セメタリー, Simetierre, Cimetière vivant, Cemitério Maldito, Be'it Kvarot Le'Kha'yot, Νεκρωταφίο ζώων, Řbitov zviřátek, Friedhof der Kuscheltiere, Cementerio Maldito, Cyntoryn zvieratiek, Rbitov zviratek, Kedvencek temetője, Jurtjyrkogården, Zvēru kapiņi, Lemmikloomasurnuaid, Cementerio maldito, 禁入墳場, Cimitirul animalelor, Hayvan Mezarlığı
Runtime 1 h 41 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description 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 nearby. After the tragedy of their cat being killed by a truck, Louis resorts to burying it in the mysterious pet cemetery, which is definitely not as it seems, as it proves to the Creeds that sometimes, dead is better.

Top reviews

Sunday, 11 Oct 2020 05:21

Shall we start with the good, shall we go with the bad? It is a classic genre which should never be played down, and I'm pleased that the Coen brothers (along with a few others) have taken a chance on a remake. The original film was praised for its bleak atmosphere, and the first sequel was criticised for the same reasons. Here the film hits the right notes, in that respect, with a tightly wound script and finely tuned performances from the whole cast. If you loved the original, you'll love this one, which is as suspenseful as it is thought provoking. One small flaw, which I thought was unnecessary was the similarity to the The Thing. The thing is a safe sci-fi movie, with its own fears, while this one seems to be jumping between a few different genres, with the claustrophobic tone of The Thing coming to the fore again, and the more action packed thriller of I, Robot. The direction from the Coens is good, in that they can be so subtle with characters and their actions. It's too bad that they can't get away with the scares and special effects of this film. At first I thought the tiny dog coming to life was done too quickly, and the radio was too obvious and overused, but it's not that bad. A few of the jokes fall flat, and some of the acting is nothing special, but the other performances do a good job. An excellent character study of a family torn apart by death and terrorism, and what happens to these characters in their wake. I had heard that the original was a cult classic, and I was pleased to find it was, it was much better than I expected. My only gripe was the poster, it was the most overused use of a typical horror movie poster I have ever seen. I mean, you've got the iconic horror movie posters in your face for three quarters of the film, but they do it again. It felt like a cheap way of getting people in the cinemas, but it does stand up well on its own. I really liked this film, it was the perfect blend of a serious horror and a sci-fi thriller. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys horror, sci-fi and a good film, and I hope it does well in the box office. I would have never guessed a remake would be so good, and I'm looking forward to seeing the sequel.
Tuesday, 15 Sep 2020 07:23

Well, I'm a fan of horror movies and like to see different movies. So after reading the negative reviews, I decided to check out this movie. Well, to tell you the truth, it was OK. The plot was a bit dull, the special effects were pretty cheesy, but nothing I couldn't live with. The acting wasn't amazing either. As a matter of fact, in all the films I've seen, they're always pretty good. But in this movie, the acting is just awful. They must've used the "dummy" (Michael Ironside) character to make the acting better. He was the worst, I actually couldn't find any good things about him. When they said that he was called Mr. Ironside in the movie, I thought it was him. I mean, it would've been cool to see him in this role. Anyway, on with the plot. You see, young Michael Ironside (Kevin McCarthy) lives in a small town with his mom (Lea Thompson) and dad (William Sadler). They have no contact with the outside world. But something strange happens. Something bad. And what I mean by that is, Michael goes crazy. He goes to the attic, hears strange noises, and even sees strange things. Then his mom gets attacked, and he's the only one who can save her. And he has to stay there with no food, no water, no money. And then he comes across the town's resident horror figure. Michael finds out that he's "borrowing" his neighbor's attic. But now, a monster and some other "dummy" people are after him. Good! But now, I have to talk about the movie's ending. When he first sees the monster, Michael screams "not again!". But then, the movie takes a turn for the better, and the monster gets killed. But you know what? That's the wrong way to end it. We should've gone for a finale with Michael standing up, ready to fight the monster, then the monster kills Michael, then Michael fights the monster and kills him, then he dies. And then the movie ends. A very bad ending, because the end itself wasn't good. But as I said before, the movie was OK. I liked the first half of the movie. I liked the acting. The movie is just okay, not great. I give it a 7/10. So overall, it was OK. I mean, it's got its flaws. But it's not bad. It's just average. You can't expect a masterpiece from this film, but it's just okay.

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