If you were afraid of cemeteries before, that's nothing compared to the terror you'll feel after seeing Stephen King Sematary mascot trailer, which was released on Wednesday morning. Based on the novel of the same name, this story focuses on the Creed family, who moves to the small town of Ludlow, unaware of the dangers lurking in the woods beyond their home. But, if the trailer that induces the nightmare is a clue, that will not last long.
"Children used to challenge each other to go to the forest at night. They knew the power of that place. They were afraid of it. "These words are expressed in the trailer of Jud Crandall (played by John Lithgow), who warns his new neighbors that the pet delegate deliberately written in the woods is only the prelude to what lies beyond of cemeteries, and if you're wondering why the sematary is misspelled, it may have something to do with the super-spooky masked children marching into the woods.Who has time for spell-checking when resurrections have to be done? Earth contains dark and special powers inside it, it is known that it gives life back to the dead, but as Jud wisely warns: "Sometimes, death is better." And he is definitely not wrong.
Jason Clarke and Amy Seimetz are the stars of the patriarch and matriarch of the Creed family, Louis and Rachel, who initially hesitate to believe the stories shared by their veteran neighbor. Little do they realize how much they should pay attention to their advice. Meanwhile, his daughter Ellie (played by Jeté Laurence) is constantly attracted to cemeteries for inexplicable reasons. And then there is his younger brother Gage (played by Hugo and Lucas Lavoie), who is equally fascinated by the noisy and detestable oil tankers who travel at full speed on their rural road, normally quiet. Oh, and let's not forget the family cat, Winston Churchill.
Those who are familiar with Stephen King's novel know how this nightmarish scenario develops, but the official synopsis of Sematary mascot, according to the deadline, it says the following:
"Louis Creed (Jason Clarke), who, after moving with his wife Rachel (Amy Seimetz) and their two small children from Boston to rural Maine, discovers a mysterious cemetery hidden in the woods near the family's new home. a tragedy "Louis addresses his unusual neighbor, Jud Crandall (John Lithgow), provoking a dangerous chain reaction that unleashes an unfathomable evil with horrible consequences".
Given the success of That – another Stephen King adaptation, which became the highest-grossing horror movie of all time, according to Variety – is possible Sematary mascot It could be proven to do as well if not better. Only the trailer is downright scary and is sure to satisfy your thirst for terror. (Although you really should expect something less than a King creation?) So, whether you're a fan or a newcomer to history, it will surely be a must-see for all horror fans.
The film will hit theaters on April 5, 2019 and will prove without a doubt that some things in life should remain buried.