Paramount Pictures has just dropped a new trailer for the new adaptation of Stephen King‘s celebrated horror novel Pet Sematary. The trailer shows some significant changes from the source material, so if you’ve read the book, or have seen the previous adaptation, you’re still going in blind.
The duel directors Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer come together to depict the story of a doctor, played by Jason Clarke, and his family who move to rural Maine and discover a mysterious burial ground. When tragedy strikes, the doctor turns to his new, and unusual neighbor, played by John Lithgow, setting off a series of terrifying events. The film also stars Amy Seimets, Jeté Laurence and Hugo & Lucas Lavoie.
Pet Sematary will first premiere at SXSW in Austin, TX before hitting all theaters on Apirl 5, 2019.
What did you think of this trailer? Are you planning on seeing this film? I know I am. Leave a comment below and let’s make it a discussion.
The first, very creepy, trailer for Stephen King‘s Pet Sematary was dropped today and shows that a new fresh cinematic reimagining of the beloved book and thirty year old movie is just what we need.
This remake stars Jason Clarke, Amy Seimetz, and John Lithgow and is directed by Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer. The first iteration of this movie that came out about 30 years ago to mild success. Ask anybody who has seen the movie and they will tell you about how creepy it is. This trailer shows that they are aiming to capture the same magic as the original, and push the envelope even farther.
Pet Sematary will be in theaters next year on April 5th, and I can not wait.
What did you think of this trailer? Did you see the 1989 Pet Sematary? Leave a comment below and lets make a discussion out of it.
If you are a fan of Stephen King, then its time wake from your slumber! According to a report by Deadline, Warner Bros. has just launched development on King’s 2013 horror novel “Doctor Sleep,” a sequel to his 1977 iconic story, “The Shining.”
Warner Bros. has hired Mike Flanagan, who directed Oculus, to write the script and direct the sequel to the acclaimed novel. This is not Flanagan’s first outing with a Stephen King property. Back in 2017 he worked on Netflix’s adaptation of King’s Gerald’s Game, which opened to moderate success on the streaming platform.
The green-lighting of this project is not a surprise, because Stephen King movies are the new craze. Warner Bros. saw a very strong performance last year from adapting King’s “IT,” to the big screen with the same name. Brining in over $700 million worldwide on the shoestring budget of $35 million. A sequel is scheduled for release in September of 2019. Continue reading “‘The Shining’ is getting a sequel!”