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Pet Sematary Two (1992)

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Release Date: Aug 28, 1992 Wide

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This follow-up to the sizable horror hit concerns a Maine teenager who discovers the eerie power of a legendary local haunt. Edward Furlong stars as Jeff Matthews, who, with his veterinarian father Chase (Anthony Edwards), moves to latter's small hometown of Ludlow, Maine, in order to escape unhappy memories. Jeff's divorced mother, low-budget horror movie actress Renee (Darlanne Fluegel), was recently electrocuted and killed in a freak accident -- the entire incident was witnessed by Jeff. In

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Oct 9, 2001

Paramount Home Video

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It's a sequel that really should never have been made...

August 5, 2013 Full Review Source: Cinema Crazed
Cinema Crazed

Pet Sematary II looks like a feature that quickly slipped out of Lambert's control, and she decided to drive the production into the ground out of spite.

August 27, 2012 Full Review Source: BrianOrndorf.com
BrianOrndorf.com

Life's too short to spend an hour-and-a-half of it watching hollow cinematic dreck like Pet Sematary Two. There are some neat gory bits, though.

July 7, 2010 Full Review Source: Georgia Straight

An easy sequel to "dig"! A Hip Horror Film for Teens

October 26, 2008
Moviehole

A needless sequel, but a pretty good one all the same.

October 16, 2008 Full Review Source: DustinPutman.com
DustinPutman.com

The first one was bad enough as is...

February 26, 2007
Old School Reviews

A movie that didn't need to made with a sequel that didn't need to made.

March 1, 2004
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Caso o roteirista deste filme morra, por favor, não o enterre no cemitério indígena visto na história.

August 13, 2003
Cinema em Cena

Audience Reviews for Pet Sematary Two

Pet Sematary two is a pretty bad sequel to a very good horror flick. As usual, the filmmakers decided to create a follow-up to a fun horror flick, but this time around, the sequel really doesn't pay off. The film may appeal to gore fans, as it is very gruesome and director Mary Lambert leaves nothing out. This sequel acts as if it forgets the first film, that actually delivered terror; but this time around, it just delivers on the bloodletting. What I loved about the original was the supernatural elements that rounded out a good story, and in fact it probably was the best work by author Stephen King. Pet Sematary tries to amp up the game by providing more blood and gore and the film doesn't stand out. I felt that this film missed the mark and didn't deliver anything aside from gore. A good story would have helped, but the film lacked in that department. I felt the film lacked anything really interesting that would make it watchable. This sequel relies more on gore than anything, and it's fine if that's what you're expecting, but to those who loved those who loved the original, this will most likely disappoint you. As far as sequels are concerned, this follow-up is bad to mediocre and with only the gore factor to deliver its horror, the film ends up being a waste of time. There are a few decent elements here and there, but as a whole; the film doesn't work and like I previously stated, it's a disappointment. The film could have been much better and the filmmakers could have thought of a better plot, but it's just bland.
March 29, 2012
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Jeff "The Dude" Lebowski

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Gus Gilbert: No Brain, no pain... think about it. 

"Raise Some Hell."

Pet Sematary Two was surprising because  it wasn't nearly as horrible as I thought it would be. It's still bad, but it has its entertaining parts. It doesn't make much sense to make a remake of Pet Sematary, but it happened, and  it could have turned out much worse. Comparatively to the first one, it's not as creepy(and the first one wasn't that creepy).

This one has a whole lot going on when nothing is going on. The movie is weird, goofy and over the top. The plot is slightly more ridiculous than that of the first, but nothing new is really established; just more of it. Basically it's the first movie, but uses the end of the first movie and makes it pretty much the whole film. There are a lot more deaths and a lot more blood and the whole thing comes off as a mess. 

It isn't scary and they try to make up for that by making it funny, when it should be scary. Sometimes it works to an extent, but most of the time it just comes off as annoying. There's a lot of family drama involved like in the original, but it isn't used as well and most of it just comes off as laughable. 

What I did like about this more than the first was that the acting was better. I know that isn't saying that much.  I liked Edward Furlong in his role as the grieving young kid. On a whole the movie isn't good at all. It makes no effort to stand apart from the first and really is just a bad sequel of a not so great horror film.
October 14, 2011
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Melvin White

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Not as good as the first, but it brings in a large amount of gore, which feels humorously over the top at times. I liked it.
April 14, 2011
ajv2688

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Passable sequel, but barely worth watching. Possibly only of interest for nostalgic reasons. I think if you watched it as a new release now, you would be pretty disappointed with it. Plot pretty crap, some of it makes no sense, and quite honestly was bored half way through it. Missing the creepiness of the first one. Now THAT was a film to give you nightmares!
August 14, 2010
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    1. Amanda Gilbert: (when Gus comes home as a zombie) God, you're cold as ice. And you smell bad, what did you get yourself into?
    – Submitted by Creep F (3 years ago)
    1. Chase Matthews: The pathologist. He said that you had reported a similar incident, with a cat.
    2. Dr. Yolander: The Creed cat, that's right. Bastard's name was 'Church'. Let me guess. Your dog's tissue isn't healing, pupils aren't dilating, maybe you can't find a heartbeat?
    3. Chase Matthews: Exactly! I thought it might be some sort of blood condition, immune deficiency or...
    4. Dr. Yolander: There's no 'blood condition.' The dog isn't sick, it's dead. And so was Creed's cat. And so was his wife the night she was killed for the second time. You want some advice, friend? You get in your car, you pick up your family, and you get the hell out of that town.
    – Submitted by Creep F (3 years ago)
    1. Clyde Parker: Ellie Creed was the only survivor. One night she went crazy and hacked up the grandparents and the cops found her licking the brains off the knife.
    – Submitted by Creep F (3 years ago)
    1. Drew Gilbert: Picture this. Gus comes down to breakfast and he doesn't say a word. He even kind of smiles, like he forgot he hates me. And then you know what he does? He serves me an extra helping of pancakes. I asked him if I was still grounded, 'no.' I asked him if you could spend the night, and he nods. It's like we're a family. A real family.
    – Submitted by Creep F (3 years ago)
    1. Clyde Parker: Hey, junior. Wanna play?
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    1. Gus Gilbert: You bury your own.
    – Submitted by Creep F (3 years ago)
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