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Film run time: 1hr 41m

Stephen King’s #1 New York Times bestseller is given a fresh lease of life in Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer’s re-imagining of this wild, powerful and disturbing classic.


Louis Creed (Jason Clarke), his wife Rachel (Amy Seimetz) and their two young children Ellie and Gage move up from Boston to a rural community in Maine where he is starting up a medical practice. Their neighbour Jud Crandall (John Lithgow) welcomes the family and gives them a tour including the woods adjoining their house, a mysterious burial ground built and maintained by the local children… a Pet Sematary.



Jud warns the couple against the eerie place but after a series of tragedies strike the young family, Louis cannot resist travelling there, inadvertently setting off a chain reaction that unleashes an unspeakable evil.


Always a dependable actor, Clarke does exemplary work here. As he becomes overcome with grief, you come to understand why he desperately searches for a way to keep his family together.


Dr Darren Elliott-Smith (University of Hertfordshire) will introduce this screening with an exploration of horror reboots.


Friday 31st May
07:30 pm
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07:30 pm
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01:00 pm
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07:30 pm
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07:30 pm
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12:00 pm
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07:30 pm
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02:00 pm
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09:00 pm
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01:00 pm
Last Few Seats
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07:30 pm
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01:00 pm
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07:30 pm
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01:00 pm
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02:00 pm
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07:00 pm
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07:30 pm
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05:00 pm
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12:00 pm
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07:30 pm
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12:00 pm