In the long line of Stephen King adaptations, few have the prestige and fanfare of 1989’s Pet Sematary. It’s one of those films that works on many levels. It’s a great horror film, offering up the chills and thrills that we all love, but it’s also a wonderful story about family and the difficulties that accompany the loss of a loved one. Pet Sematary was also the first King film to be directed by a woman and remains one of the most influential horror films ever directed by a woman, making our top ten. The cult of Pet Sematary is so grand that it inspired the documentary Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary, now available on Blu-ray courtesy of Synapse. … Read entire story.
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