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Eric Brainard 10 months ago
Good but unnecessary sequel. Furlong has too whiney of a scream. Brown's role was perfect.
Mike Faulkner over 6 years ago
Should have left a good movie alone....
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Daniel Troma Johnsson over 7 years ago
Pet Sematary Two (1992) is a horror film directed by Mary Lambert. The screenplay was written by Richard Outten. It is the sequel to the 1989 film Pet Sematary. The film stars Edward Furlong, Anthony Edwards and Clancy Brown. Following the accidental death of his mother, Renee, during production of a movie, Jeff Matthews (Edward Furlong) moves with his veterinarian father, Chase (Anthony Edwards), to Ludlow, Maine to live in the family's summer house. Jeff learns about the Creed family and the cursed Indian burial ground. After his friend Drew's dog, Zowie, is shot by Drew's stepfather, Gus Gilbert (Clancy Brown), the town sheriff, Jeff and Drew bury Zowie at the burial ground. The dog returns from the dead, but is unusually fierce, and his eyes have an unnatural glow to them even in daylight. Zowie is treated for his gunshot wound by Chase, who finds that the wound is not healing and Zowie has no heartbeat. Chase sends a blood sample to a lab and learns that Zowie's cells have...
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