Pet Sematary Two 1992

Pet Sematary Two

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Not realizing that it had no unfinished business, Pet Sematary rises from the grave once more to beat an undead corpse.

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When his mother, Renee (Darlanne Fluegel), dies, young Jeff Matthews (Edward Furlong) moves back to his hometown with his father, Chase (Anthony Edwards). Jeff grows friendly with Drew Gilbert (Jason McGuire) at school, who tells him about the Indian burial grounds that bring people and animals back to life, which led to the deaths of the Creed family who used to live in town. Desperately missing his mom, Jeff ignores warnings and buries her corpse, only to have her return in deadly zombie form.

Cast & Crew

Edward Furlong
Jeff Matthews
Anthony Edwards
Chase Matthews
Clancy Brown
Sheriff Gus Gilbert
Jared Rushton
Clyde Parker
Lisa Waltz
Amanda Gilbert
Jason McGuire
Drew Gilbert
Sarah Trigger
Marjorie Hargrove
Richard Outten
Screenwriter
Mark Governor
Original Music
Russell Carpenter
Cinematographer
Tom Finan
Film Editor
Michelle Minch
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Critic Reviews for Pet Sematary Two

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Audience Reviews for Pet Sematary Two

  • Nov 11, 2015
    Having none of the creepiness and terror of the original, Pet Sematary II is an abysmal sequel. After the death of his mother Jeff Matthews moves to the rural town of Ludlow, Maine, with his father; where he soon learns of an ancient Indian burial ground that has the power to resurrect the dead. Edward Furlong leads the cast and gives a terrible performance. But he doesn't really have much to work with, as the writing is awful. Additionally, the costumes and sets all look incredibly cheap, giving the film a low-rent feel. While it tries to hit the same beats as the first film, Pet Sematary II is just a pathetic imitation.
    Dann M Super Reviewer
  • Oct 13, 2012
    When it comes to a low-grade horror films, "Pet Sematary Two" is the absolute worst of the worst. It's poorly-handled and cheap-looking, flatly-acted and disgusting, and there's a questionable amount of slow-motion thrown in. Basically, it's the tiresome result of a studio getting greedy and trying to make a couple of quick bucks by making an unnecessary sequel to a better and more successful horror flick, but failing in the worst way possible. "Pet Sematary Two" is boring, incompetent and laughably uninspired. It's more than a waste of time.
    Stephen E Super Reviewer
  • Mar 28, 2012
    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.
    Alex r Super Reviewer
  • Oct 15, 2011
    A weak sequel with only a few good bloody/scary scenes.
    Jacob P Super Reviewer

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