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Pet Sematary (DVD, 2008, Lenticular O-Sleeve)

Mary Lambert, Dale Midkiff, Fred Gwynne | Theatrical release: 2017 | Rating: R (MPAA)
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Director Mary Lambert's (THE IN CROWD) second film is a very underrated rendering of a Stephen King bestseller. In it a young family, the Creeds have recently moved to a new neighborhood where they very quickly lose their cat, which is run over by a speeding truck. The Creed's neighbor, Jud (Fred Gwynne), feeling bad for the family, tells Mr. Creed (Dale Midkiff) about the secret Indian burial ground in the neighborhood, which has mysterious rejuvenating powers. However, when the Creed's infant son meets a fate similar to the family pet, Mr. Creed can't resist temptation and he brings an unspeakable evil back from the grave.


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Edition:Lenticular O-Sleeve
Number of Discs:1
Rating:R (MPAA)
Film Country:USA
Features:Letterboxed
UPC:032429043153


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Genre:Horror/Suspense
Format:DVD
Display Format:Lenticular O-Sleeve

Director:Mary Lambert
Leading Role:Dale Midkiff, Fred Gwynne
eBay Product ID: EPID66751979
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Editorial reviews

"...Peter Stein's cinematography is superbly varied, from the bright hues of a glossy magazine to the dark shadows of a charnel house....PET SEMATARY is a handsomely produced film..."
Los Angeles Times - Kevin Thomas (04/24/1989)

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