New adaptation of Stephen King Pet Sematary lands in theaters next month, although the film has earned the desired ending of the South South Festival in Austin, Texas. The novel was previously adapted to the 1989 movie, which some viewers consider one of the most iconic adaptations of the author. As shown by IT if enough time passes between adaptations of the novel King, the film can prove to be a huge success. Prem Pet Sematari the first reactions to adaptation fell into social media.
Based on the horror story of Stephen King, Semarari follows Dr. Jason Clarke, who, after moving with his wife, Amy Seimetz, and their two young children from Boston to rural Maine, reveals a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near the family's new home. When the tragedy is striking, Louis appeals to his unusual neighbor, JC Crantalla (Lithgow), and begins a dangerous chain reaction that unfolds incomprehensible evil with terrible consequences.
Scroll down to see what fans say before the movie enters theaters on April 5th.
#PetSamatary provides a sense of fear from start to finish. It saves timely restraint of the jump, and stunning sound design and obscure effects add extra creepy layers. I think the king will honor the fans.
Move the Huska, this is the turn of the Church. #sxsw pic.twitter.com/jqkuLKOfWq
– Eric Davis (@ErikDavis) March 17, 2019
#PetSematary is * vicious * and I loved it. Super brutal visuals and was pleased to see Widmyer & Kölsch completely embracing deeply troubling mortality issues from the book. And WOW Jeté Laurence. They really pushed him with this adaptation & it worked for me – a great time. 19 #sxsw
– Perry Nemiroff (@PNemiroff) March 17, 2019
– Lindsay Romain (@lindseyromain) March 17, 2019
PetSematary ]: For many years, my wife @noaccentandrea named Jason Clarke a bad guy. I mostly enjoyed the film, but a good character, Clark – is an ideal actor for the royal brands of bad, evil pariah parents. pic.twitter.com/k8VlybLzYh
– Matthew Monagle (@LabSplice) March 17, 2019
So, the new @petsematarymov is GREAT. A decent adaptation of one of the most difficult books of the king. Makes a few changes, some work very well, but some of the little things I missed. However, some MAJOR will really hit (including one I feared they would not do … BUT they collided!) pic.twitter.com/HEcBRcljkL
– Sean O & # 39; Connell (@Sean_OConnell) March 17, 2019
– Howlin Matt Donato @ SXSW, but mentally lost (@DonNoBomb) March 17, 2019
#PetSamatary ]: This adaptation of Stephen King's novel makes for an undoubtedly exciting horror movie popcorn. Nevertheless, even with the sophisticated 2019 production values, a clearer scenario and a pair of neat turns, it hits strikes in a surprisingly similar way, like the first movie # SXSW19 pic.twitter.com/iksGttyusI
] – Caleb Masters @ SXSW19 (@CMastersTalk) March 17, 2019
Some serious balls any good adaptation should have. The themes and intimidation of the fear of the king's novels are alive and sound, but there are sufficiently reasonable deviations to give some of the pleasant surprises to poor fans. Big windows around, but Seimetz is a legend. #SXSW
– Haleigh Foutch (@HaleighFoutch) March 17, 2019