Pet Sematary

Pet Sematary

Dr. Louis Creed's family moves into the country house of their dreams and discover a pet cemetery at the back of their property. The cursed burial ground deep in the woods brings the dead back to life -- with "minor" problems. At first, only the family's cat makes the return trip, but an accident forces a heartbroken father to contemplate the unthinkable.

Doctor Louis Creed (Dale Midkiff) moves his family to Maine. But behind his house is a terrible secret that holds the power of life after death. When tragedy strikes, the threat of that power soon becomes undeniable. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pet Sematary torrent reviews

Logan M (kr) wrote: Edgy and led by Mary Elizabeth Winstead's incredible performance, this serio-comedy is sharp enough to make you laugh while tackling its not-so-funny subject of alcoholism.

Troy R (us) wrote: Pretty interesting movie. Wasn't used to seeing Brendan Fraser play this type of character. I liked Mos Def as an African immigrant as well as the dark, muggy backdrop of Brazil.

Said C (de) wrote: saw it again. some pretty funny parts. it is one of those movies that you have to go back & see again because some parts are stick with you funny.

Rocky S (jp) wrote: Where did the hours of my life go while watching this movie? Not at all good and the story was just whack.

Mallory A (ca) wrote: A rather boring fish out of water murder trial story

Doctor S (us) wrote: In a word: wacky. Make that wackywackywacky! From start to finish, a manic, at times surrealist adventure chronicling one crazy night when a co-owner of a home-security business hires two psychotic exterminators to off his partner for selling him out. Neighbors, onlookers, and innocent bystanders all become involved in the mayhem with very broad, often cartoonish characterizations. Great camerawork and imagination with several laugh-out-loud moments (best: the final expression of Mr. Yarman.) Only a protracted car chase/cliffhanger bogs down the silliness. Not unlike an early Coen brothers comedy, and not at all surprising since they co-wrote the script with pal Sam Raimi directing one of his earliest films (which means a great role for smarmily handsome Bruce Campbell as a smug, slick-talking heel.) Five times more entertaining than Spider-Man for 1/50th the cost.

Jaime M (br) wrote: The central conceit is too hard to swallow for me... not that its not credible that a young lad could build a sexual and religious link to a horse but that a psychologist could see this as some kind of trait of a passionate spirit that should be preserved. Seriously if your stripping naked and getting off whilst riding a horse, masturbating to an image of a horse whilst wearing a girdle or ultimately blinding a horses with a scythe then you(TM)re in need of a change of hobby. Richard Burton is a fantastic actor and his performance is mesmerising but his characters doubt about whether its ethical and moral to rid the boy of his equestrian fetish is just as bizarre as the boys behaviour.

Brian G (mx) wrote: In Time has an interesting concept, but the film seems to go in spirals; not knowing where to go with its flat characters and trite action set pieces.