For who will be portarying these characters, it was announced that Jason Clarke and Amy Seimetz playing Louis and Rachel Creed.
It remains to be seen whether the Ramones song, "Pet Sematary", will be featured in the new film, as it was in the original - again, per King's stipulation, as the iconic NY punk rockers are one of his favorite bands. 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. We also see shots a scalpel, an eerie spiral carved into a tree, and blood smeared across a auto window and a door while Jud adds, "There is something up in those woods, something that brings things back".
While the synopsis is a thing of nightmares, the translation of the film to an actual trailer is pretty horrifying.
"It's more accurate to the book, I'll just say that", Dennis Widmyer shared with Entertainment Weekly.
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. Below, check out an old trailer for the first one. See what you think. Instead, it'll hone in on what makes the story so horrifying.
It truly is a great time to be a fan of Stephen King. 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.