Pet Graveyard Trailer Is the Worst Kind of Stephen King Rip-Off
This is not an April prank joke. Pet Graveyard arrives this spring to wreak havoc on your ribcage while procuring you the worst kind of deja vu. It's a schlockbuster of the worst kind, and the first trailer and the first poster came out of the worm-invaded soil to give you the willies as we launch another week in February.
The space between life and death can kill. It certainly looks like a motto that Paramount could use for his next remake of Stephen King Pet Sematary. Although Pet Graveyard is not a direct mockery of this planned horror thriller, it could just as well be it. The name that sounds similarly is intended to keep consumers off the path, and this poster would be almost identical if it was not a Siamese cat in the center of attention. This is the alternative reality version of the classic story told in a very stifled way.
The first trailer was published for Pet Graveyard a new supernatural thriller from Proportion Productions and Millman Productions. The story concerns a group of friends tormented by the Grim Reaper and her sinister animal after an experience allowing them to revisit the dead. The film marks the debut of director Rebecca J. Matthews (producer of Mother Krampus ), from a screenplay by Suzy Spade. Scott Jeffrey ( The Bad Sister ) produced. Jeff Miller ( The Toybox Ouija House ) is the executive producer.
Pet Graveyard Stars Jessica O 'Toole, David Cotter, Rita Siddiqui, Hindolo Koroma, Kate Milner-Evans, Georgina Jane, T & l; John Uter-Dinh, and Hattie Willow. The release of the film on DVD / digital is scheduled for April 2. So it 's not a direct joke of the April fish. It might as well be. Uncork's Entertainment manages distribution worldwide.
Peterson's remake of Stephen King Pet Sematary arrives on the screens a few days later, on April 5, so it's no coincidence that filmmakers at the # Origin of Pet Graveyard throws his product on the shelves in the hope of being the Pepsi of Coca Paramount. But just a glance at the trailer says that it will not be difficult to distinguish the two films. It's more like a President's Choice soda than does RC or even Shasta. This is a blatant fake game put on store shelves only to confuse consumers.
In the new Pet Sematary Dr. Louis Creed and his wife, Rachel, move from Boston to rural Maine with their two young children. The couple soon discover a mysterious burial place hidden in the woods near their new home. When the tragedy strikes, Louis turns to his neighbor, Jud Crandall, triggering a dangerous chain reaction that triggers an indescribable evil with horrific consequences. The film takes a different turn, making the girl who dies and comes back to life, so she does not even play with mythology. So, if you love pets and dead children and love the Grim Reaper, the first week of April will be your favorite time of the year. You can see the October Coast imitation poster.