This time, John Lithgow plays the narrator / voice of reason, a role that became a staple of popular culture thanks to the original interpretation of Fred Gwynne.
The first trailer of the next new version of Sematary mascot It fell on Wednesday, and shows why dead is better.
The making of Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer is an adaptation of Stephen King's classic novel.
This time, John Lithgow plays the old narrator / voice of reason, a role that became a staple of popular culture thanks to the original interpretation of Fred Gwynne.
The trailer for the Paramount Pictures movie is a little more than two minutes long and is super spooky, with numerous shots of children roaming a forest in masks, carrying dead animals to be resurrected. And, of course, there is a disturbing cat and a dirt road that trucks accelerate.
The horror movie also stars Jason Clarke and Amy Seimetz.
Sematary mascot It will be released on April 5.