Creepy kids haunt the first trailer for Stephen King's Pet Sematary

Creepy kids haunt the first trailer for Stephen King's Pet Sematary

Directed by Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer, Pet Sematary stars Jason Clarke, Amy Seimetz, Jeté Laurence, Hugo and Lucas Lavoie and John Lithgow.

Dr. Louis Creed (Jason Clarke), who, after relocating with his wife Rachel (Amy Seimetz) and their two young children from Boston to rural ME, discovers a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near the family's new home.

We've got kids in masks, 16-wheelers barreling down a secluded highway, a mysterious burial ground hidden in the woods, and a very different looking Church the cat!

In the film, a doctor named Louis Creed (Jason Clarke) and his family leave the bustle of Boston behind to take a job in the country where tragedy befalls them - their toddler is killed in a vehicle accident. "It may be just some insane folk tale, but there is something in those woods". They knew the power of that place.

Though the Pet Sematary trailer was packed with creepy moments, and does an excellent job proving that the new adaptation will do right by King's novel, one major thing that was missing was Zelda, the younger sister of Rachel Creed, who died due to spinal meningitis.

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What do you think of the trailer for Pet Sematary? Based on the trailer above, this looks like it'll fit the bill nicely.

The remake of "Pet Sematary" was greenlit in December; the book was also adapted into a film in 1989.

Zelda, a 10 year old girl, was actually played by a young Andrew Hubatsek under 14 hours worth of makeup.

This film was greenlit in December of 2017, mere months after It, another King adaptation, became the highest-grossing horror film in history.

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