Elle could have dogged the the truck but she just stands there and that makes her die
I don't get that psychopathic truck driver that drives on the road 150 mph like all the time throughout the movie
I didn’t bond/identity with any of the characters/actors in this version. The original was very relatable. Stress of moving, new job, family life and the friendship between Louis and Jud. This one just seems rushed.
It’s the dads fault he couldn’t let the daughter rest in peice
I remember especially as a kid watching the original "Paxcow" was always my favorite character!🙄 And even though I've watched every horror movie you can imagine ever since I was little, Zelda was one of the few that actually scared me.
Zelda scared me too! Watched the original pet semetary as a kid and still cannot watch the movie to this day because she scared me so bad lol.
This is why I don't want children they could be murdering psychopaths when i turn my back.
3:20 Wait, what does Stephen King have against the state of Maine?7:34 Oh. I see.
I'm you're new fallower, I really like how you brake down movie films so easy to understand, thank you for your hard work.
They need to remake The Langoliers.That was the creepiest movie I've ever seen as a child and it still makes me feel uncomfortable.
The ending of this movie sounds like it would be a really cool concept for a zombie type movie. Usually zombie movies have some BS origin story. I like 28 days later take on it and they arent technically zombies, as the returned in this aren't either. A full scale epidemic of returned bringing more and more people to the sematary, spawning an army of evil sounds cool to me.
I honestly liked the remake more than the original. And the ending was nice and messed up
Poor Gage he's screwed in both movies.
On a scale of easy to watch alone to absolutely don’t watch at night before bed in the dark alone. How scary is this movie?
Starry eyes? Never heard of it. Can you do that one, please?
I thought SCP 323 was contained.
I put in a childproof fence around my whole yard, looking back pretty sure it had a lot to do with watching the Gage getting hit scene from the 1989 movie
Would love to see an Ending Explained on Thinner since they're apparently 2 different endings
The 2019 version was terrible.
Did ya notice Gage has the shining
South park version is better lol
I remember watching this it was so interesting. Its one of my fav horror movies ^^
It's a good guess I believe that Gage does die in the end because of all the family being a zombie and him being a baby no way he could have survive. Even though it ends way too soon to even say yes he's dead or no he's not dead.