The trailer starts off with suggesting, "sometimes dead is better" before unfolding the events of the scariest tale from the author.
Of course, Pet Sematary was already made into a film in 1989, but it received fairly mixed reviews back then. We also see shots a scalpel, an eerie spiral carved into a tree, and blood smeared across a vehicle window and a door while Jud adds, "There is something up in those woods, something that brings things back".
It looks true to the story we know and love of pet resurrection gone wrong, but with some intriguing new scenes, like the children's masked parade through the woods.
Synopsis:Louis Creed, his wife Rachel and their two children Gage and Ellie move to a rural home where they are welcomed and enlightened about the eerie "Pet Sematary" located near their home.
Hollywood today is a lot like the animal graveyard in Stephen King's 1983 novel: nothing stays dead for long. When tragedy strikes, Louis turns to his unusual neighbor, Jud Crandall (John Lithgow), setting off a perilous chain reaction that unleashes an unfathomable evil with horrific consequences.
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It earned an outstanding $700 million at the box office, making the Andy Muschietti-directed "can't sleep, clown'll eat me" creep-fest the highest-grossing horror film of all-time.
Watch the new trailer above.
The trailer has all the hallmarks of a good horror movie: a stingy score, a creepy house in the woods, and spooky kids.
Amy Seimetz stars alongside Clarke and Lithgow in 2019's Pet Sematary, which is due out in April.