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Even if it wasn’t any good, Pet Sematary’s sort of a must watch given how heavily it’s been referenced in the film and television industries since. But it is good, so there’s that too.
_Final rating:★★★ – I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._
And the night when the cold wind blows, No one cares, nobody knows.
The Stephen King novel from which the screenplay was adapted very nearly didn’t see the light of day. It was actually written by King based on a real place and instances during a stay at a rented house. He was never quite happy with the tone of the book and only submitted it as a contractual obligation. Glad he did because it provides a very solid grounding for horror and deals with the very real horrors of overwhelming grief.
The film gets the tonal flows right, the family dynamic is neatly pitched in readiness for what is to come later, the house and the titular Pet Sematary of the title are eerie personified, and Fred Gwynne is on hand for a sage old characterisation. The potential for shattering horror is not fully realised, yet the makers deliver a good quota of scares and unease to make this a better than average King adaptation to screen. The use of the Ramones in the soundtrack is a good one, King loved them, they loved him, so much so they wrote the title track and named an album after it. 6.5/10
Sticks to the book, but loses A LOT
Louis Creed and his family move into a new house in Maine when Louis gets a job as a doctor in a local school. They meet a kindly old man, Judd, living across the street from them, who tells them about a burial ground where kids bury their pets. However, when the family cat is hit by a truck, Louis doesn’t want his daughter pained about the death of the cat she loves and Judd knows this, so he tales Louis beyond the ‘Pet Sematary’ to an old American Indian burial ground and miraculously the cat is revived, but it is not the same old friendly cat… and things get really bad when Louis baby boy is accidentally killed. He knows that reviving him won’t bring the same boy back, but is it better than not having a son at all?
From the first scene right up to the last, this film sticks right with the book with literally no deviation. Not a surprise, since Stephen King himself wrote the screenplay and oversaw production. That makes a for a faithful adaptation that is pretty compelling, but those who read the book will see just how much better it is. Many anecdotes, supporting characters, and scenes have been chopped off. The overall tone is less tense and the dramatic elements seriously down played. While that pretty much comes standard with most book-to-screen adaptations, it is always annoying when the book is so freakin’ good!
But overall this is a decent adaptation that still keeps certain strengths of its source. 6/10
Rated R: violence/gore
Lovely movie but I reckon the cat was better in the book
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 43 min (103 min)
Genre Fantasy, Horror, Thriller
Director Mary Lambert
Writer Stephen King
Actors Dale Midkiff, Denise Crosby, Fred Gwynne
Country United States
Awards 1 win & 6 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Stereo, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (4K) (2019 remaster), Dolby Vision, Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm