Were you a fan of Stephen King's book 'Pet Sematary' or the movie version?

Once again Stephen King's super scary books that was made into a movie in the late 80's is being re-imagined for the better. I remember being about 9 years old when I saw the first 'Pet Sematary'. To this day it is one of my favorite Top 5 horror movies of all time. The story fascinated me! The idea that if you bury a pet or person in this sematary, it would come back to life. Mind blowing! And, the little boy that played the original Gabe was so creepy that it always stuck with me. Well flash forward to 2018, a remake is in the works and judging by the trailer; it's going to be beyond just scary. It is going to freak you out!


Jeff Bulher is the writer that has written a brand new script for the remake and he says it will be following the book version much more than the cheesy 1989 movie. But, unlike the first one, this new version was not filmed in Maine. They filmed in Toronto! He recently told Newsweek that he is taking this tale and making it more of a psychological horror movie.  He said:

As much as all of us are huge fans of the original film, there are moments that are larger than life and feel borderline campy,” Buhler said. “Our desire was to tell a really grounded, character-driven and psychologically horrific version of Pet Sematary, which, in my belief, is the scariest book that King ever wrote.

The movie will be coming out next April. You know it's good when the trailer makes you jump!

Warning: do not watch this movie trailer in the dark, alone.....