New ‘Spoilerish’ Pet Sematary Clip Reveals A Terrifying Reunion

In just over two weeks time Pet Sematary reboot will finally arrive in Uk and Irish cinemas. We’ve known for a while that this upcoming rebooted chiller based on the Stephen King book has a twist. If  you did catch the last trailer, it revealed that twist, now today Paramount Pictures has released a terrifying new clip. Which confirms the twist.

If you haven’t seen the trailer and waiting for the actual film to arrive in cinemas, stop reading now.

If you wan’t see it, remember this is a ‘Spoilerish’ Clip which reveals one scary unexpected  reunion for one particular person….

Related: In New Pet Sematary Trailer ‘They Don’t Come Back The Same’

Based on the seminal horror novel by Stephen King, PET SEMATARY follows Dr. Louis Creed (Jason Clarke), who, after relocating with his wife Rachel (Amy Seimetz) and their two young children from Boston to rural Maine, discovers a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near the family’s new home. 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.

Pet Sematary  now has its UK and Irish cinema release date. As expected it’s 4th April 2019, (The U.S release is 5th April).

The film also stars Jason Clarke, Amy Seimetz, John Lithgow, Jeté Laurence, Hugo Lavoie, and Lucas Lavoie.

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