Pet Sematary is definitely a terrifying tale. Not only does it incite fear by turning innocent children into sinister beings, but it also increases the drama, forcing you to care about the Creed family and what happens to them. Even reading the book makes you yearn for some human companionship.
The 2019 adaptation of Pet Sematary, which received a launch date of April 5, 2019, is likely to be one of the scariest films of the year. In fact, the legendary author Stephen King actually warned viewers about the film's fright-inducing potential.
Even if you're brave enough to watch most horror movies without someone to help ease the tension, there are plenty of reasons why Pet Sematary is too scary to watch alone.
'Pet Sematary' is both a horror film and a psychological thriller.
The adaptation is not limited to 1980s technology.
The Creed kid is not the only thing that comes back.
Stephen King even thinks it's scary.
Filmmakers drew from the book's horrific trademarks to make the film more frightening.
The jump scares are also important plot points.
Screenwriter Jeff Buhler said it's one of the 'scariest Stephen King adaptations ever.'
The children aren't quite innocent.
It terrified fans and critics at SXSW.
You might be as unnerved as you are scared.
The cast, which features John Lithgow and Jason Clarke, is effectively unsettling.
Zelda is likely to show up.
You'll probably want to discuss Stephen King Easter eggs with someone.
Legendary horror movie composer Christopher Young did the score.
It probably isn't a loon you're hearing.
Victor Pascow is likely to show up.
You will probably have nightmares about masked children.
You might need someone to reassure you there isn't a reanimated child standing behind you.
You won't leave the theater the same.
It might make you scared to pet your own cat.
You might need to hold someone's hand.
You might need to bring at least one friend to hide behind.
You might be too scared to actually open your eyes.