Reasons why Pet Sematary is one of the scariest Stephen King-inspired movies yet!, arrives on Blu-Ray Combo Pack this July 9.
Based on the terrifying novel by Stephen King, and one of the scariest movies of the year, PET SEMATARY, arrives on Blu-Ray Combo Pack this July 9. Stephen King is known for being one of the most prolific writers in the horror and fantasy genres. Therefore, in support of his latest film, we've created a pre-written article that includes reasons why Pet Sematary is the creepiest King film to-date!
Stephen King is very well known for being a master of
writing classic novels full of terror and suspense. The story of Pet
Sematary is no exception and the original book was published in 1983. Now, in
the 2019 adaptation of the 1989’s frightening and campy movie, a few twists were
made but the terror-filled experience is still very present.
If you haven’t seen it yet, Pet Sematary tells the story of the Creed family, who relocates from Boston to rural Maine, they soon discover an ancient burial ground hidden deep in the woods near their new home. When tragedy strikes, the grief-stricken father is driven by the cemetery’s sinister power, setting off a perilous chain of events that unleashes an unfathomable evil with horrific consequences.Pet Sematary will be available on Blu-ray Combo Pack this July 9, but first, here are a few things you did not know about this film that make it the scariest one yet.
The film is based on a real-life experience
Stephen King based this story on a real-life experience he
had in the 70’s when he lived in Maine with his family. They lived on the edge
of the Maine woods next to a road where heavy, loaded trucks used to drive
through. The lives of many local pets were taken in various accidents, and
local kids used to bury them in a pet cemetery deep in the woods. King’s inspiration
for his book, came after he found his daughter’s cat tragically dead on the
side of the road.
Stephen King references (Easter Eggs) can be seen
It may result very interesting for Stephen King fans to
watch this movie as it features and sneak peeks various connections to a few of
King’s horror novels like Cujo or It. These novels were also set in
the state of Maine, and during this film adaptation, we recommend you watch out
for clues or easter eggs about nearby towns of Derry and Castle Rock.
With no doubt, King’s Pet Sematary will be remembered
as one of the most terrifying movies, and its most famous line will stick with
the audiences for years to come. The “sometimes, dead is better” quote has
terrified us since the book publication, through the first adaption and to this
Experience this thrilling movie at the edge of your couch
this upcoming July 9 available on 4K Ultra HD, DVD, Blu-ray, and Digital
everywhere. You’ll have a chance to enjoy watching exclusive bonus features
like an alternate ending, extra tales, deleted, and extended scenes!
Written by The Millennial TV