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Pet Sematary [Blu-ray] (Bilingual)


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  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Dubbed, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Release Date: Oct. 2 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (130 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008KEQM82

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael R Gates on Jan. 22 2004
Format: DVD
It has been the candid observation of numerous film critics that the works of literary horror maven Stephen King don't often translate well to the screen. But when they DO work, man do they WORK! PET SEMATARY is a prime example. Though some of the details of the King masterwork had to be pared down--as is often the case when well-written literature is made to fit into a two-hour visual narrative--this film captures perfectly the spine-tingling essence and atmosphere of the original novel. As with many King cinematic adaptations, it HELPS if you've already read the book. But with a really good one like PET SEMATARY, familiarity with the book is absolutely NOT a prerequisite.
PET SEMATARY tells the story of the Creeds, a young nuclear family who has moved from the Midwest to a small college town in Maine. They take up residence in a old country house a few miles outside the town, and it isn't long before they become friendly with their new neighbor, a bucolic but agreeable old coot named Jud who lives across the street. Jud quickly alerts them to the fact that the road between their two houses is a busy rural highway, and he therefore warns them to be always mindful of their young children and the family cat. Many a pet has ended up in the nearby pet "sematary," Jud explains, due to an unscheduled meeting with a speeding truck or car on that infernal highway.
Inevitably, the Creeds' cat, Church, joins the roadkill ranks, but only the father, Louis Creed, is at home when this happens. Neighborly Jud worries about how the Creed children will take the news, so he decides to let Louis in on secret.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Johny Bottom on March 27 2004
Format: DVD
I took my girlfriend to see this at the theater way back in 1989. She was terrified and would not let go of me, thanks Mr. King! Anyway this movie doesn't have everything the book had (The old neighbor across the street was actually married to a cheating wife, someone buried a prize bull in the semetary, etc.) but it has enough to let the viewer know what Semetary is all about. There are some VERY disturbing scenes in this flick.
Gage getting hit by the truck then coming back on a killing spree, Sister Zelda was just downright terrifying, and of course the ending where the wife comes back, runny eye and all.
Watch this alone in the dark at 2AM and you'll have trouble sleeping, you'll search for Gage under the bed and Zelda in your closet.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sam on Nov. 15 2008
Format: DVD
Pet Sematary 1, based on the book by Stephen King, is a great horror movie that even a younger audience can enjoy. I rewatched this movie after ten years and still found it extremely interesting, even though I had forgotten many of the parts. The concepts are brilliant, which made me keep on wondering what would happen next.

The Creed family have moved into the countryside, with two small children, a road in front of their house with trucks passing by constantly, and a haunted pet cemetery just located in the woods behind their house, something is bound to go wrong!

Don't forget to watch Pet Sematary II, though it is not a continuation of this part because it involves different characters, but the town is still the same.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 9 2004
Format: DVD
In response to Bobby Abbassi's review of July 6, 2004....excuse me, Einstein, but the book and movie both had the spelling of PET SEMATARY (with an S) because that is how it was spelled in Stephen King's book by an illiterate character. If you had read the book, you would know this. And for your information, the correct spelling of the word itself is "cemetery" with an "e." Aside from that, I concur that this is one of the most terrifying and disturbing movies ever made. You will want to check under the bed before climbing in every night if you see this movie.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By falcon TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Nov. 9 2007
Format: DVD
the movie Pet Sematary is a pleasant surprise.it is much better than i
had hoped for.after all,Stephen King adaptations seem to be hit and
miss.the story is quite a creepy concept.lets just say,people start
coming back from the dead after being buried.problem is,they don't come
back quite the same.of course you just know that someone will bury a
loved one in just the right spot,which is when things start to get
creepier.by the way,this isn't really a zombie movie,though it does
have that element to it.anyway,Fred Gwynne is very well cast and
noteworthy as the slightly odd(elderly)neighbor of the Creed family,who
have just moved in next door.all in all a very entertaining,creepy
tale,to say the least.certainly worth watching. 3/5
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Format: DVD
In this creepy 1989 horror pic based on Stephen King's novel, a new family named the Creeds are about to get to know the word Death! This is a very scary movie; filled with terror and enough gore to please anybody, I'm still impressed and scared about this movie even to this day.
Lewis Creed(Dale Midkiff)learns about a Indian burial ground by a elderly neighbor, Fred Gwynne, after his family cat dies. Little does he know that the burial ground is actually "where the dead rise." The cat does come back but has a side effect. It's EVIL! Later during a picnic, Lewis' toddler son Cage is accidently runed over by a semi-truck. Lewis makes the sickest decision by burying his son... you know where! Then all hell ensues!
That's not the only scary thing about this film. There are some other demented scenes including the strange death of man with red shorts who seems to haunt, or help, Lewis and the Creeds. The wife also has a weird past with her sick sister whose body seems twist and turn like a pretzel! I don't mean to spoil, but nearly every Creed dies in the movie(Daughter lives) and Herman Munster, er, Fred Gwynne dies in the hands of Cage, the little Zombie boy. It's just a sick and complexed film. It's great. "Pet Sematary 2" is not so great.
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