Jack is now out of jail and he meets Nick, his adolescent son. Their relationship will be complicated, because Jack has a problem with alcohol. But his love for Nick will help him to get over the past and reach his dreams.
The story is located in Los Angeles in the sixties. An energetic widow, Frances Lacey, with her six children try to make a dream of theirs come true: to have a home of their own. Therefore ... See full summary »
Clydes Motorbike was apparently found after he's been "missing" but unless Gus were to have actually cleaned it and gotten his scarf all untangled, his bike would've been found a bloody mess. See more »
[zipping up Clyde's corpse in a body bag]
Takin' you up the hill, Clyde-buddy. That's the way the Indians did it.
See more »
I like this movie. Has a few flaws though. First is; Yeah, I'll agree, a sequel to the original Pet Semetary isn't as the best of ideas. In the original, all the main characters bar one are dead so you can't use them so it will have to be a brand new story with brand new characters. As it is a brand new story, treat it as such and you will enjoy it. Like in many movies, I try to place myself in them and work out what I would do. OK I wouldn't have buried Gus nor the dog and nothing would have gone wrong but that would render the movie pointless.
In making it, I would have left out the doggie dream and given Drew and his mother a better chance to survive. Said enough there.
More gory, not as scary as the original but worth a look.
6 of 8 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?