Pet Sematary  [DVD]
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In this thriller by Stephen King, a young doctor and his family move to a small town in Maine and discover that they are living near a very unusual burial ground.
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The acting is pretty good with Fred Gwynne the stand out as Jud, the rest of the cast do a reasonable job. Dale Midkiff seems to attract a lot of criticism for his role as Louis, but I've always felt he did a good job and his performance certainly doesn't harm the film.Read more ›
Alas, I was truly disappointed by this frankly damp squib of a movie. The film just seemed to me quite dull, with no depth to it. It seemed as though the producer and director had skim read through the book and picked out several scenes to move the story on,paying lip service to them to tell the story as quickly as possible and just get to the scary stuff. Bish bash bosh, family finds Pet sematary, son dies, son is buried, ha comes back and kills the end. As a result the characters seemed unbelievable and lifeless, they seemed to have no real character or roundedness to them at all and seemed as two dimensional as Tom and Jerry. Indeed the only good thing I can identify in this movie is the teriffic ramones theme track, a rock classic with an eerie quality to it. I loved that. I think this film could have been better in the hands of a different director. But alas it was directed by Mary Lambert, the woman responsible for Madonna's controversial 'Like a Prayer' video. I think it's generally accepted that for pop videos one does not need to create and develop believable characters and create an emotional core. Thats exactly what we got. Such a shame, because as I say the book is a terrific one, so thought provoking, and with a better director it could have been a thriller on a par with Carrie or The Sixth Sense. My advice to anyone wishing to purchase this vid should do what it says on the back of the sleeve, under the credits: 'Read the paperback'. Jen.
Doctor moves to new town, new house. Creepy neighbour shows the family the pet cemetary at the back of the house and tells a story about his dog buried there. New doc's daughter's cat gets killed on a busy road and dies, he buries it in an old Indian burial ground (who doesn't have one of those in the back yard) and it comes back to life but is not the cat he was! When his son dies, he does the same but son comes back "evil" and goes on to kill mother and creepy neighbour. Husband buries wife in graveyard and she comes back and kills him (phew!). Oh, and there's a ghost in there too.
You get the picture. Nothing too taxing. The cast is not huge and the leads are okay, Fred Gwynne plays his part well as does Dale Midkiff. The kids are annoying and you would bury them anyway.
It doesn't look like a cheap production and hasn't really dated. Best part is the Ramones soundtrack.
Watch with an open mind and you might enjoy. Watch it to be critical and you won't.
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The Blu-ray is REGION FREE !!! The item came really fast.Everything was as described.Movie is great classic.Transfer is perfect.BUY IT!Published 1 month ago by Miroslav Filipov
An enjoyable film. I read the book first and I am glad to say the film stuck close to the original script.Published 6 months ago by deborah dodd