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Pet Sematary Remake

Discussion in 'Pet Sematary' started by Lepplady, Nov 5, 2013.

  1. Doc Creed

    Doc Creed Well-Known Member

    Mary Lambert is the director. Denise Crosby played Rachel. The only scene I think she deserves credit for is the one where she is telling Louis about her sister Zelda.
    Lol, you really aren't a fan of her acting, either, are you? I still like to watch for the Timmy Baterman scenes and the Jud scenes. Plus, the Maine countryside is beautiful on a big screen SmartTV.
    Yeah, the funeral scene in the book and movie are emotionally draining. So sad to attend a baby's funeral...especially one that ends like that one. I don't blame Louis for hitting an old man, though, do you?.
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  2. not_nadine

    not_nadine Comfortably Roont

    No, and he wasn't that old. Old enough to know bettah.

    Oops. That was the director, you say?. say sorry. I did not know.

    Nah, I did not even like the Zelda scene. She just irked me from the get go.
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  3. Roffe

    Roffe New Member

    I dont mind a remake, as long as its scary, the movie was more...sad.. And Gage should have been more messed up! He was mostly cute looking even as Resurrected. I remember Luis took his wrist in the book and the skin fell off...
  4. Pucker

    Pucker We all have it coming, kid

    I get what you're saying here, but for a lot of people, "sad" is scary.

    And the whole idea of Pet Sematary .... this notion that you must make a home for the things you conjure ... It's the scariest thing of all ... mostly because most people (in the real world) don't really believe it.

    What you buy ... you own.

    It's yours.

    It's coming home.


    • Yes, indeed ... it is.
  5. Gerald

    Gerald Well-Known Member

    The directors of Starry Eyes (2014), Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer are set to remake it, with a screenplay by Matthew Greenberg who wrote 1408.
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  6. Steffen

    Steffen Well-Known Member

    Starry Eyes was boring for me but I look forward to seeing this adaptation.
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