It promises well for the upcoming remake of 'Silence of the Graveyard' - in any case, if you are to believe the brand new trailer.
Stephen king's famous novel 'Pet Sematary', was first filmed in 1989 and was then a great success. In Denmark, called the film 'Silence of the graveyard'.
The upcoming movie has strong forces such as John LIthgow and Jason Clarke in the lead roles, and scriptwriter Jeff Buhler has big ambitions with the film:
- Our goal is to create the scariest Stephen King film adaptation ever, and I think that it has succeeded, he talks to Dread Central.
In the new version of 'Pet Sematary', which will premiere in april, playing the John Lithgow role as Jud Crandall, warns his new neighbors of an ancient necropolis, which can relive the dead.
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the Family Creed is moved out of the country in a beautifully situated house in a wooded area. Their new elderly neighbor, Jud Crandall, shows them in the forest an old dyrekirkegård, that has been there for many years. And it is said that animals are resurrected from the dead if they are buried here.