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  • Pet Sematary
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  • A sequel Pet Sematary Two was met with less financial and critical success.
  • Pet Sematary is the fifth track of the Ich will single. It was played for Joey Ramone, who had passed away the prior Easter. Rammstein's cover begins a message, translated thus: "OK, we're playing a song for you guys and for Joey Ramone, who sadly passed away on Easter."
  • A sequel, Pet Sematary Two, was released which was met with less financial and critical success.
  • Pet Sematary is the 17th book published by Stephen King; it was his 14th novel, and the tenth novel under his own name. The book was released by Doubleday on 14 November 1983. King calls it one of his darkest novels. "Sometimes, dead is better" -- Jud Crandall.
  • The Pet Sematary is the central antagonist of Stephen King's novel and film of the same name, it is an ancient Native American burial ground that has become cursed - causing anything that is buried there to return to life as zombie-like beings that are violent and cruel. The name "cemetery" is deliberately misspelled.
  • The Creed family – Louis, Rachel, and their children Ellie and Gage – move from Chicago to Ludlow, Maine, where they end up befriending the elderly neighbor Jud Crandall, who takes them to an isolated pet cemetery hidden behind the Creeds' new home. While working at the University of Maine, Louis meets Victor Pascow, who is brought in with severe injuries from a car accident. He manages to warn Louis about the pet cemetery near his home before he dies, calling Louis by name, despite the fact they hadn't met before. After he dies, Victor comes to Louis in a dream to tell him about the dangers inherent at the cemetery. Louis awakens and assumes it was a dream, but notices his feet are covered in dirt, indicating he had gone to the cemetery. During Thanksgiving while the family is gone, Ellie
  • Pet Sematary is a single by American punk rock band Ramones from their 1989 album Brain Drain. The song is originally written for the Stephen King movie adaptation of the same name. The single became one of the Ramones' biggest radio hits, and a staple in their concerts during the 1990s. In the music videos for "Pet Sematary", Dee Dee Ramone played the bass but in "I Believe In Miracles" & "Merry Christmas (I Don't Wanna Fight Tonight)", C. J. Ramone replaced Dee Dee's position as a bassist.
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  • 6180.0
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  • United States
Name
  • Pet Sematary
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  • Paramount Pictures
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  • Theatrical release poster
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  • English
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  • 5.75E7
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  • Paramount Pictures
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  • 1989-04-21
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  • 6.600000
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  • 1.15E7
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  • A sequel Pet Sematary Two was met with less financial and critical success.
  • The Creed family – Louis, Rachel, and their children Ellie and Gage – move from Chicago to Ludlow, Maine, where they end up befriending the elderly neighbor Jud Crandall, who takes them to an isolated pet cemetery hidden behind the Creeds' new home. While working at the University of Maine, Louis meets Victor Pascow, who is brought in with severe injuries from a car accident. He manages to warn Louis about the pet cemetery near his home before he dies, calling Louis by name, despite the fact they hadn't met before. After he dies, Victor comes to Louis in a dream to tell him about the dangers inherent at the cemetery. Louis awakens and assumes it was a dream, but notices his feet are covered in dirt, indicating he had gone to the cemetery. During Thanksgiving while the family is gone, Ellie's cat Church is run down on the highway by the house, Jud takes Louis beyond the cemetery and buries Church where he says the real burial ground is. Church comes back to life, though a shell of what he was before, he now appears more vicious. Sometime later, Gage is killed by a truck along the same highway. When Louis questions Jud on whether humans had been buried in the cemetery before he recounts a story of a friend named Bill who had buried his son who had died in World War II at the site but he had come back changed. Realizing the horror that he brought to the townsfolk, Jud, Bill and some friends tried to destroy Timothy by burning him to death in the house, but Bill was attacked by Timothy in the process and both were killed. Rachel and Ellie go on a trip and Louis remains home alone. Despite Jud's warnings and Victor's attempts to stop him, Louis exhumes his son's body from the cemetery he was at and buries him instead at the ritual site. Victor appears to Rachel and warns her that Louis has done something terrible. She tries to reach out to Louis, then to Jud, informing him that she is returning home. She hangs up before Jud can warn her not to return. That night, Gage returns home and steals a scalpel from his father's bag. He taunts Jud before slashing his Achilles tendon and kills him. Later, Rachel returns home and begins having visions of her disfigured sister Zelda before she had died, only to discover that it's Gage, holding a scalpel. In shock and disbelief, Rachel reaches down to hug her son and he kills her as well. Waking up from his sleep, Louis notices Gage's footprints in the house and realizes his scalpel is missing. Getting a message from Gage that he has "played" with Jud and "Mommy" and wants to play with him now, he fills two syringes with morphine and heads to Jud's house. Encountering Church, who attacks him, he kills the cat with an injection. Gage taunts him further within Jud's house and Louis discovers Rachel's corpse, falling hanged from the attic before he is attacked by his son. After a brief battle, Louis kills Gage with the morphine injection. He then lights the house on fire, leaving it to burn as he carries Rachel from the fire. Despite Victor's continued insistence not to, Louis determines Rachel wasn't dead as long as Gage was, and that burying her would bring her back to him. Victor cries out in frustration and vanishes as Louis passes through him. That night, playing solitaire alone, Rachel returns to the house and she and Louis kiss. Unknown to him, she takes a knife from the counter and as the screen goes dark, Rachel stabs Louis.
  • Pet Sematary is the fifth track of the Ich will single. It was played for Joey Ramone, who had passed away the prior Easter. Rammstein's cover begins a message, translated thus: "OK, we're playing a song for you guys and for Joey Ramone, who sadly passed away on Easter."
  • A sequel, Pet Sematary Two, was released which was met with less financial and critical success.
  • Pet Sematary is the 17th book published by Stephen King; it was his 14th novel, and the tenth novel under his own name. The book was released by Doubleday on 14 November 1983. King calls it one of his darkest novels. "Sometimes, dead is better" -- Jud Crandall.
  • Pet Sematary is a single by American punk rock band Ramones from their 1989 album Brain Drain. The song is originally written for the Stephen King movie adaptation of the same name. The single became one of the Ramones' biggest radio hits, and a staple in their concerts during the 1990s. "Pet Sematary" was covered, as a duet, by German industrial metal band Rammstein and rap metal band Clawfinger as a B-side to their single Ich will in 2001. The song was performed several times live by the band during the Mutter tour as a tribute to Joey Ramone, who passed away in April 2001. It was also performed by the Plain White T's for Frankenweenie (Unleashed) In the music videos for "Pet Sematary", Dee Dee Ramone played the bass but in "I Believe In Miracles" & "Merry Christmas (I Don't Wanna Fight Tonight)", C. J. Ramone replaced Dee Dee's position as a bassist.
  • The Pet Sematary is the central antagonist of Stephen King's novel and film of the same name, it is an ancient Native American burial ground that has become cursed - causing anything that is buried there to return to life as zombie-like beings that are violent and cruel. The name "cemetery" is deliberately misspelled.