Pet Sematary genuinely scared Stephen King to the point where he thought it shouldn’t be published. This film will redefine the king of horror and reveal your darkest demons.
Jason Clarke, John Lithgow, Amy Seimetz
Kevin Kölsch, Dennis Widmyer
April 5, 2019
Stephen King has given us so many horror classics, we know we’re in for something sinister whenever one of his books comes to the big screen. But if King himself claims that his latest film adaptation is so dark it scares even him, what exactly can we expect from Pet Sematary?
In preparation for this terrifying experience, we’re taking a closer look at King’s legacy. Watch the video and see Pet Sematary in theatres on April 5.
Pet Sematary is for horror die-hards.
If you’re a horror fan, you cannot miss seeing Pet Sematary in its full effect: On the big screen in a dark theatre. The book contains the stuff of nightmares, which means the film is bound to get under your skin and bring out your own worst insecurities and fears.