Atom User Reviews for Pet Sematary
The best part of the movie was seeing a highway sign that read “DERRY 20”.
Just throw the whole movie in the TRASH 🚮🚮
it sucked balls
wait for it to come out on Netflix or DVD. Ending was disappointing.
It was like they read every third page of the book and completely disregarded the ending; nevertheless, I still liked it.
better than Us
This Remake was Horrible! Original was much better!
Honestly a great remake with a complete twist!
Gray movie. With that said there is nothing like the original. Effects were great. The cast did an awesome job. If you like scary movies this is a must see.
don't waste your money
Must see movie really good
Very slow movie. Some parts were good but overall not that great.
Absolutely loved the movie. Did leave me with any questions by the end of the movie. Definitely accurately represented original preview for the movie
Great movie with a slightly different take. Loved it.
Loved it, it had some bits from the book that the original left out. it also had some twists that I loved and a great cast
Good flick. Itmade me jump more than once. As a big King fan, I appreciated some Easter eggs to his works. It also was just different enough from the book and first movie to be a remake with some good twists.
Very good. First horror movie I have watched. Must watch.
Had a lot of potential with poor execution.
Would stick to the original
I’m a pretty easy scare, but I sat through this Pet Sematary mostly unbothered. Which is certainly not the takeaway one should have from an adaptation of a Stephen King novel, let alone the one that King has said frightens him more than anything else he’s written. In this new film, you almost can’t see what he was so afraid of.
As with all Stephen King stories, there are resonant universal themes running through Pet Sematary; guilt, grief and trauma fuel this tale of a family who move to the countryside and become embroiled with an ancient evil. Yet these are buried deep under a mudslide of horror cliches — jump scares, creepy kids, expositional newspaper headlines — that reduce this to just another run-of-the-mill horror remake.
The book's creepy premise justifies this modern second look, which proves to be a solid if not earthshaking horror pic built around notably good performances.