Today, Pet Sematary is considered one of Stephen King's greatest novels, but it turns out the author almost didn't even release it at all.
Pet Sematary's original novel by Stephen King makes a more in-depth mention of a creature known as the wendigo, which was barely part of the movies.
Pet Sematary's 2019 remake paid due homage to Stephen King's source material, but the alternate ending would have amplified its darkness even more.
1989's original movie adaptation of Pet Sematary leaves Louis Creed's final fate ambiguous, but 1992 sequel Pet Sematary 2 clears things up.
Many fans of Stephen King's Pet Sematary have criticized the remake's decision to shift Gage's death to his sister, but the swap made sense.
Stephen King sent a notice to Paramount stating he would be taking the rights to Pet Sematary back in two years. Who has the rights to the story now?
Paramount's 2019 remake of Pet Sematary became a priority after Stephen King made it known he was taking back the rights soon, a new report reveals.
From the five different Churches to the twist that surprised even those who had read the book, here are some hidden details from Pet Sematary.
A new Cats video mashup combines the trailer with scenes from the remake of Pet Sematary, showing just how truly terrifying the musical really looks.
The directors behind the Pet Sematary remake discuss the reasoning behind the marketing's big spoiler!
Be aware there are spoilers for Pet Sematary. Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer's Pet Sematary took some big swings when it came to adapting Stephen King's celebrated horror classic. They caused quite a stir when Paramount revealed the new adaptation swapped an undead Gage for an undead Ellie, the film's re-imagined ending proved quite a talking point in its own right, but one of the biggest changes in their adaptation centered on dear Jud and never fully made it to the final cut. But we've got an exclusive deleted scene from the upcoming Pet …
The new Pet Sematary movie, the latest in a resurgence of Stephen King adaptations, is a tale of multiple endings. There's the original book ending from King's horror tome in 1983, the relatively faithful ending of the 1989 movie adaptation, and the ending that directors Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer, and writers Matt Greenberg and Jeff Buhler, ultimately chose to include in their final version of the film. But there's another ending that audiences have yet to see. That alternate ending, which was shot and will be available for viewers who check out the movie on …
You were fluffy and terrifying. Rest in peace, Church.