Directed by Mary Lambert. US. 1989. R. 103 minutes. Paramount. Digital.
One of the creepiest and most effective film adaptions of a Stephen King novel, Pet Semetary blends the dark temptations of human frailty with the horrific outcomes that inevitably befall us when we tangle with the supernatural. When tragedy befalls the Creed family they turn to the secrets of a Native American burial ground to make themselves whole again, but sometimes dead is better. Subtle, and with a terrifying payoff . . .
Directed by Michael A. Simpson. US. 1988. R. 80 minutes. MGM. 35mm.
Five years after the unfortunate incidents that befell the campers in the first film, a new crop of teens find themselves in peril when psycho killer Angela (Pamela Springsteen) returns to pick up where she left off. Way more tongue-in-cheek than its predecessor, Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers is fun fright flick for the dog days of summer . . .
Directed by Don Coscarelli. US. 2002. R. 92 minutes. Silver Sphere. 35mm.
Elvis didn’t leave the building in 1977 – he switched places with an impersonator. Unfortunately, the impersonator died leaving the real King (cult movie hero Bruce Campbell) destitute and ill-prepared for everyday life. Currently the resident of a low-rent retirement home, E spends most of his days dwelling on the past, until a series of odd deaths raises his suspicions. Now, the former King of Rock & Roll . . .
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