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Pet Sematary

User rating: 2.74 31 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: April 5, 2019

On DVD/Blu-ray: July 9, 2019

R | Horror, Thriller | 1h 40m

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User rating: 2.74

Based on 104 votes and 31 reviews.

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User rating: August 13, 2019

It was really awesome to watch . I enjoyed every bit of it hope their is a part 2

User rating: July 20, 2019

Creepy. Scary.

User rating: May 15, 2019

This movie was amazing!

User rating: April 21, 2019

Bad, poor, boring.

User rating: April 20, 2019

followed the storyline from the book/first movie for the most part. interesting twist in the plot/character switch from the first movie. i expected it to be almost identical but was pleasantly surprised. overall average but enjoyable

User rating: April 20, 2019

Waste of time..horrible.

User rating: April 18, 2019

It followed the book for the most part....I usually like Lithgow's acting but the overall acting of the cast - not that great. It had a few scary moments but was the ending meant to be scary because I found it to be rather funny?!

User rating: April 14, 2019

It is a good scary movie

User rating: April 12, 2019

The best acting in this movie was by the cat. If you want a thrill, see the original instead, it was actually based on the book by Stephen King; I have no idea what this movie was based on. The actors had no chemistry, their acting was lame and the movie was nothing like the book.

User rating: April 12, 2019

Huge Stephen King fan, huge horror movie fan, I really wanted to like this movie. It was however, a poor substitute for the original Pet Sematary movie which was soo much better, and actually followed the book. This movie was just plain silly, the best part was the ending, at least I got a laugh out of it. See the original, it was much, much better; Stephen king obviously had no say in this movie. What a disappointment.