Female Trouble. Our amazing selection of iconic chillers by female directors playing all night in The Electra comes to a close with Mary Lambert’s adaptation of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary.
Behind a young family's home in Maine, past the Pet Sematary, is a place with a terrible secret that holds the power of life after death. But when tragedy strikes, the allure of that power soon becomes almost impossible to resist. Lambert directs with an increasing sense of dread packed with unsettling images, shocking demises, some awesomely gory effects and brilliant undercurrent of dark humour.
Remember whatever happens, sometimes dead is better…
Running Time: 1hr 38mins
BBFC Advice: 18
Director(s): Mary Lambert
Country of Origin: USA
Year of release: 1989
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