Pet Sematary Two 1992 R CC

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(90) IMDb 4.6/10
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The zombie-raising cemetary is back to its old tricks, this time, with new inhabitants.

Starring:
Edward Furlong, Anthony Edwards
Runtime:
1 hour 41 minutes

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Pet Sematary Two

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Genres Thriller, Action, Horror
Director Mary Lambert
Starring Edward Furlong, Anthony Edwards
Supporting actors Clancy Brown, Jared Rushton, Darlanne Fluegel, Jason McGuire, Sarah Trigger, Lisa Waltz, Jim Peck, Len Hunt, Reid Binion, David Ratajczak, Lucius Houghton, Wilbur Fitzgerald, Elizabeth Ziegler, Ken Fisher, Gil Roper, Robert Easton, Judson Vaughn, Bruce Evers
Studio Paramount
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
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The characters in this movie are just plain stupid.
Nuisance
Stephen King is the master of writing, and when he wrote the original story: Pet Sematary, he was on his game, in the zone, and THE MAN.
Stephen John Beccia
True this sequel is not as superior as the original...But it was still pretty good overall...It had some creepy moments...
S. Mills

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on August 27, 2002
Format: DVD
Wow! This sequel is just as incredible as the original. Now there's something you definately don't see every day! After I saw the fabulous PET SEMATARY, probably the greatest movie on Earth, I dreaded the thought that there was a sequel because I thought it would just be cheesy [stuff]. I decided to rent it and see for myself. BOY WAS I WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!!! Believe it or not, this really IS just as good as the original.
The movie is about this kid Jeff Mathews and his father who live din Hollywood with Jeff's movie star mother Renee, until there was an accident while filming a movie and Renee got electricuted and died. Jeff saw the whole thing. So his father decided to move to Ludlow, Maine (the place where all the stuff happened with the Creed family from the first film) and Jeff gets himself a new kitten from the kennel where his dad is going to work.
When he starts school, Jeff hears talk of an acient Indian Burial Ground that "makes the dead rise." Then Jeff makes friends with pudjy Drew Gilmore. When Drew's abusive trigger-happy father Gus shoots Drew's dog, Jeff and Drew bury him in the Burial Ground. When Drew's vengevul dog comes back from the dead and kills Gus, They bury him in the Burial Ground. Gus comes back and all hell breaks loose and all citizens of the town are in danger.
So, it is more fun and enjoyable than the first, but not so much fun that it's cheesy. It's just not as serious as the first. It is still very disturbing, as the first was. See it if you liked the first one.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By HorrorMan on September 23, 2005
Format: DVD
"Pet Sematary Two" was directed by the same Mary Lambert who directed the original "Pet Sematary" and the similarities in style are clearly evident between the two movies. Once again, Lambert paints a disturbingly dark and morbid picture in part two of this horror movie series.

Basically, the plot centers around a young boy played by Edward Furlong who is absolutely devastated by his mother's grisly demise...naturally, he would do anything to get his mother back and eventually does. The basic premise behind this movie appears to be that the evil force behind the pet sematary is calling upon Furlong's character to resort to the pet sematary to bring back his mother along with some incredible evil as well.

Overall, the movie works a good bit like the original and while it is certainly an entertaining enough movie for horror movie fans, the sequel is not nearly as effective as the original. One strong area that the original "Pet Sematary" had was the very interesting character of Jud played very well by Fred Gwynne...Jud's character carries the momentum of each scene in the original and basically made "Pet Sematary" work, but we don't have that strong character presence to make the wheels go round in this sequel, therefore the movie comes across flat. What we do have in this sequel is an average horror movie that attempts to cash in on the success of the original classic.

Perhaps, the characters in "Pet Sematary II" are just weak in general (no disrespect to Clancy Brown or Anthony Edwards), but something is missing here in part two of this series despite the similarities in the dark and disturbing atmosphere painted so meticulously by Lambert. Quite frankly, I did not like the casting of Edward Furlong as the main character to begin with...
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jasperess on August 9, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
This movie was highly entertaining and had many redeeming qualities that the original film (which was very close to the book, since King wrote the script as well) doesn't. First, the emotions portrayed by the lead in this film (Furlong) are very well portrayed and many viewers feel a sort of empathy with him as the movie progresses from his mother's death, through his moments of trying to get back to normal, to his inevitable state of mind when the movie comes to a climax. Second, although people of all ages see these horror flicks and read the books, this sequel seems to be more directed towards young adults, and not so much to adults as the first. Third, you are given more insight into the actual Micmac burial ground and what happens to the pets and people more than the first. For example, in the original, although the cat was brought back, it was never shown if the cat WAS really bad as it came back; only the people seemed to be. In this movie, however, the dog is horrifying, in one word, and the people usually vary. There is one point in the movie where the character Drew says that "maybe it depends on what they're like before they die." Well, does it? See the movie and find out for yourself! Hope this was helpful! :-)
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Duane S. Melli on August 1, 2003
Format: DVD
Most people prefer PET SEMATARY II over the original because it's more fun and not nearly as disturbing. The original has images that stay with you for weeks, whereas the sequel is basically just a huge, fun gorefest. It still is very spooky and quite good, even though Stephen King put up a huge fight for it not to go to theaters and wanted all the video and DVD copies in the world destroyed. I think it's a very well-done sequel and you'll like it if you liked the original.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on January 12, 2005
Format: DVD
It's amazing that with Mary Lambert at the helm of this sequel to her richly chilling adaptation of the Stephen King novel that this film is as emotionless and empty as it is. Anthony Edwards and Edward Furlong play a father and son who move near a familiar pet cematary after a tragic accident. There's no point in going into the overall story, because the screen writer sure didn't put too much thought into the story himself. Animals and people die, they get buried, and then they come back rather homicidal. This goes on for a while, with some nice gore effects, but it's all rather pointless. Clancy Brown (Highlander, HBO's Carnivale) is at his usual psychotic best, but he's lost in the middle of this schlock fest. All in all, this dismal sequel can't come close to how good the first film was, and is better left on the scrap heap.
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