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EXHUMING PET SEMATARY

STEPHEN KING DIGS UP HIS OWN PAST TO REVEAL THE SECRET HISTORY BEHIND HIS MOST DISTURBING BOOK.

STEPHEN KING CALLS ONE MORNING, AND HE’S SINGING. “I don’t wanna be burrrried/in a Pet Sem-a-taar-yyy!” the author croons over long distance. The Ramones wrote that pop-goth song about King’s 1983 novel, it was featured in the groundbreaking (uh, so to speak) 1989 movie, and now—as most things associated with this tale—it gets to live its life again as part of the sinister new version of Pet Sematary hitting theaters April 5.

The new adaptation stars Jason Clarke and Amy Seimetz as a couple who move their family to the edge of the woods in Maine, where ancient burial grounds just beyond the misspelled pet graveyard can bring back

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