Pet Sematary 33 years old

Sometimes dead is better.

Pet Sematary

Dr. Louis Creed's family moves into the country house of their dreams and discover a pet cemetery at the back of their property. The cursed burial ground deep in the woods brings the dead back to life -- with "minor" problems. At first, only the family's cat makes the return trip, but an accident forces a heartbroken father to contemplate the unthinkable.

Credits

Pet Sematary Cast

Name Character
Stephen King He was 41, now 75 years old as Priest
Blaze Berdahl She was 8, now 42 years old as Ellie Creed
Miko Hughes He was 3, now 36 years old as Gage Creed
Denise Crosby She was 31, now 64 years old as Rachel Creed
Fred Gwynne He was 62, 66 years old when he died as Jud Crandall
Susan Blommaert She was 41, now 74 years old as Missy Dandridge
Michael Lombard He was 54, now 88 years old as Irwin Goldman
Dale Midkiff He was 29, now 63 years old as Louis Creed
Mary Louise Wilson She was 57, now 90 years old as Dory Goldman
Brad Greenquist He was 29, now 62 years old as Victor Pascow
Andrew Hubatsek as Zelda
Chuck Courtney He was 58, 69 years old when he died as Bill Baterman
Kavi Raz He was 36, now 69 years old as Steve Masterton
Kara Dalke as Candystriper
Mara Clark as Marcy Charlton
Liz Davies She was 26, now 59 years old as Girl at Infirmary

Pet Sematary Crew

Name Department
Daniel P. Hanley as Editor. He was 34 (now 67) years old Editing
Mike Hill as Editor. He was 37 (now 70) years old Editing
Stephen King as Screenplay. He was 41 (now 75) years old Writing
Stephen King as Book. He was 41 (now 75) years old Writing
Mary Lambert as Director. She was 37 (now 70) years old Directing
Peter Stein as Director of Photography. He was 51 (now 84) years old Camera
Pet Sematary poster
Pet Sematary (33 years)

Sometimes dead is better.

  • Release day: Friday, April 21, 1989
  • Runtime: 103 minutes
  • Budget: 11500000.00
  • Revenue: 57469467.00