PET SEMATARY (2019) Ending Explained


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In the new adaptation of Stephen King's Pet Semetary, the Creed family moves to the small town of Ludlow Maine where a series of supernatural events send them on a dark and dangerous path that threatens the barrier between life and death itself. Learn all about the bigger story only hinted at, including what is behind the evil, as well as the big changes from the original, and explaining the ending.

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But why was that thing on the back of Ellie’s head

4 days ago

In the tub? Its where they stapled her her head together.

3 days ago

i stayed away from trailers, thus Ellie being the one to die shook me to the core

4 days ago

why are you shouting?

5 days ago

Movie was so bad

5 days ago

I hate sad ending

1 week ago

Ellie should have been torn in half or suffer sever body damage (IE twisted limbs and suchlike) and when she was resurrected, he movements would be very unnatural and look very painful.

1 week ago

@Luis Bolanos that makes me wonder if the director took that route, I could imagine what would happen if Louis tried to "resurrect" Ellie

6 days ago

A impact that strong on a fragile child would have vaporized her

6 days ago

tbh i absolutely hated the movie, to the point when i wanted to leave cinema -- and i am a huge fun of 80s version
whilst new "it" had some new ideas and didn't feel like just a newer version but also something distinct from its original movie, this one was basically the same movie, not introducing anything new or surprising (and that's a huge drawback in horror genre)
everything that happened in the 80s movie happened in this one too and it was even more annoying because whoever directed this film appearently thought the audience doesn't know the story; every crucial moment happened two seconds after it happened in the old version -- gage didn't get him by the truck? let's hit ellie with it moments later
it's lazy writing and unlike the original story, the movie doesn't seem interesting and different anymore, it just feels like every other modern horror movie, with "creepy girls" and stuff, and i so didn't like that

1 week ago

Those cats were amazing actors. There were various ones that played Church and they did a good job!!! Good kitties!!!

1 week ago

I just watched it and movies where the bad guys win and it hasn't got a sequel r rubbish they should have kept Jud alive and he should've defeated the family and looked after gage

1 week ago

I'm kinda disappointed with the ending I still prefer the other film I saw. But this is actually a sad movie not scary at all. I'm pissed on how that little girl kid easily killed the old man coz the other film the old man really fight little gage until his last breath if my brain serves me right. But still a pretty decent movie

1 week ago

During Ellie's birthday party, Jud can be heard in the background saying, "There was a big Saint Bernard. He got rabies...". This is an obvious reference to Cujo (1983), another movie based on a Stephen King novel.

Referring to the original adaptation Pet Sematary (1989), Stephen King has stated that of all his novels, this is the only one that genuinely scared him.

All of the changes from the novel were driven by the desire to find a new angle on a familiar story. "When you're making an adaptation, you want to do as much new, fresh things that you can because there's already an existing movie," said Kevin Kölsch. "But at the same time, you want to make sure that you're staying true to the essence of the book so that people still feel like they're getting Stephen King's Pet Sematary."

Andy Muschietti, who directed another adaptation of Stephen King's work (It (2017)) expressed interest in directing this film.

Ellie refers to herself before and after she becomes resurrected as "Ellie the Great and Terrible." The nickname foreshadows her fate and is an Easter egg to the novel. Zelda had a picture on her bedroom wall of "Oz The Great and Terrible" that smashed when she died, and in the Oz novel, there are themes associated with the supernatural and death.

There are subtle references to Stephen King's "The Shining (1980)" in the film. The most notable example is when Ellie is trying to break into the bathroom to kill Rachel, in the same manner as Jack Torrance. Ellie is bashing against the door while Rachel grabs Gage and helps him out the window that she can't fit through, similar to Wendy Torrance.

Jason Clarke revealed that the scariest scene that he had to perform was digging up his on-screen daughter in a real cemetery at 4:00 AM.

Louis says after resurrecting Ellie "Let God have his own kid" which is similar to what Ellie said in Pet Sematary (1989), "Let God have his own cat."

This film was also released during the month of Easter, which is all about resurrection.

Sadly on May 30th 2019 the main cat who portrayed the undead Church 'Leo' passed away. Kir Jarrett who adopted him after filming, announced the sad news on an Instagram account dedicated to his furry friend. "It is with great sadness that we tell you that Leo has passed away. He will forever be missed by his human and fur family. May his star always shine bright."

2 weeks ago

Amber133 Xo what is the cats instagram?

2 weeks ago

I don't see victor as evil more of a guide.

2 weeks ago

What if juds dog is cujo

2 weeks ago

Great video, but for the love of God, man...
. STOP FUCKING SCREAMING YOUR NARRATION.

3 weeks ago

This movie with Dolby atmos is terrifying

3 weeks ago

2:30 whore and gore?

3 weeks ago

The sick sister scared me for life, literally the only thing that has stuck with me like that. I saw it when I was either 10 or 11 I’m 24 now and still have a fear of some kind of sick people 🙃

1 month ago

Pretty cool movie about Greta Thunberg and how mankind will eradicate itself by not accepting the end of things like life or the ice age..

1 month ago

There is also an alternative ending in the dvd version

1 month ago

These videos are more like cliff notes than they are explanations lol

1 month ago

Damn that guys voice gave me headache super annoying

1 month ago

I think Ellie would have definitely needed a closed casket. What was the point of making her death so brutal just to not show it?

1 month ago

I love you and your videos but Pet Semetary (80s) wasn't good?? To this day, I can't watch the part with Zelda. I think the classic didn't need a redo in my opinion. Stephen King does such a wonderful job of exploring our worst fears in his stories. In this case death and losing a child and what you would do to get them back. That felt lost in the 2nd.

1 month ago

So glad I didn't see the trailer, hate spoilers. I liked the Island too because I didn't watch the trailer give the main twist away

1 month ago

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1 month ago

DON'T judge a book by its movie. 🙊

1 month ago

I still can’t believe they spoiled Ellie’s death in the trailer. Dumb PR

1 month ago

Ellie's death would've been a great twist... if they didn't show it in the trailer.

1 month ago

It was such a sad scene but I couldn't help but LOL when this guy explained how she died without any physical damage and wasn't a blood bag

2 months ago