We’ve been lending some attention to the brand new take on the Stephen King Horror classic for all of our ardent readers who are fans of the genre and now after two trailers (seen HERE and HERE in case you missed them), the film is opening today in theaters everywhere. Below you’ll find the poster, premise and casting. Check it out.
The Premise: “Based on the novel by Stephen King, Pet Sematary follows Dr. Louis Creed, who, after relocating with his wife Rachel and their two young children from Boston to rural Maine, discovers a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near the family’s new home. When tragedy strikes, Louis turns to his unusual neighbor, Jud Crandall, setting off a perilous chain reaction that unleashes an unfathomable evil with horrific consequences…” (c/o Wiki) Continue reading Now Playing: “Pet Sematary” in Theaters Everywhere (4/5/2019)→
It was just over a year ago in January 2018, that Sir Elton John announced that he would be embarking upon his “Farewell Tour” and bring his world of fans his greatest hits one last time. I’ve documented assorted narratives for the readership since then since in online time this feels like a forever ago but if you didn’t see the initial announcement and want to just click HERE to see the scoop. Then in October 2018, we got the very first glimpse of the upcoming biopic “Rocketman” but since it was a teaser there wasn’t much to it. Now, some four months later, Paramount Pictures has delivered a full on Official Trailer and if you love the music of Elton (and who doesn’t in some sense), you’re going to want to see this one. Let’s watch.
“Warriors……come out to playeeeaye…….Warriors…..come out to playeeeee” – This phrase rings like a bell in the minds of the folks who saw the Paramount Pictures release “The Warriors” which came out on this day in 1979. Though its more common for me to extol the virtues of the music related or geek culture films more than something like this, I couldn’t let today go by without raising a glass to it since its remained a favorite Action/Thriller of a film. I’m not going to overdue my analysis of the plot since that all been done on its Official Wikipedia which will be linked at the close, and instead offer up some recollections that make this a special movie to me. After the poster I’ve lined out the premise and the casting so can you dig it? “Can You Dig It!!!!!!”
The Plot: Cyrus, leader of the Gramercy Riffs, the most powerful gang in New York City, calls a midnight summit of all the city’s gangs, requesting them to send nine unarmed delegates to Van Cortlandt Park. The Warriors, from Coney Island, attend the summit. Cyrus proposes to the assembled crowd a permanent citywide truce and alliance that would allow the gangs to control the city since they outnumber the police by three to one. Most of the gangs applaud his idea, but Luther, leader of the Rogues, shoots Cyrus dead. In the resulting chaos, Luther frames the Warriors’ leader Cleon for the murder, and Cleon is beaten down and most likely killed by the Riffs. Meanwhile, the other Warriors have escaped, unaware that they’ve been implicated in Cyrus’ murder. The Riffs put out a hit on the Warriors through a radio DJ. Swan, the Warriors’ “war chief”, takes charge of the group as they try to make it back home. (thanks Wiki) Continue reading Paramount Pictures “The Warriors” Still Running @ 40 Years (1979-2019)→
I’ve probably posted more than a hundred narratives since the first trailer for “Pet Sematary” was revealed to the public so please click HERE to see it first in case you are new to the website and might have missed it, or want to compare this new trailer against it. After the trailer you can examine the premise, casting and an advance visual of the official theatrical poster. Enjoy.
The Premise: “Based on the novel by Stephen King, Pet Sematary follows Dr. Louis Creed, who, after relocating with his wife Rachel and their two young children from Boston to rural Maine, discovers a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near the family’s new home. When tragedy strikes, Louis turns to his unusual neighbor, Jud Crandall, setting off a perilous chain reaction that unleashes an unfathomable evil with horrific consequences…” (c/o Wiki)
Jason Clarke as Louis Creed
Amy Seimetz as Rachel Creed (née Goldman)
John Lithgow as Jud Crandall
Jeté Laurence as Ellie Creed
Hugo Lavoie and Lucas Lavoie as Gage Creed
Obssa Ahmed as Victor Pascow
Alyssa Brooke Levine as Zelda Goldman
Maria Herrera as Marcela
Jacob Lemieux as Mouse Face
Maverick Fortin as Dog Face
Lou Ferrando as Rabbit Face
Najya Muipatayi as Cat Face
Rosalie Drouin as Horse Face
PiercingMetal Thoughts: I have to admit that this second trailer is a whole lot creepier than the first one was and had me startled a few times. I’m still on the fence about seeing it in the theater around the time that it opens since I’ll have a busy calendar around the end of March and well into April based on events and some other films that are higher on my own list to see. Let’s see what happens. What about you readers? Have you been sold on the film by this second trailer? Chime in down below in the comments section so we know that you are out there and seeing this stuff. Until we meet again.
As you’ve most probably surmised, today is a BIG day for movie releases because we’ve already announced that “Aquaman” has opened along with the recently premiered “Mortal Engines” and “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse”. Now I bring you the news that “Bumblebee” is opening up as well. If you’ve missed the trailer for this one somehow just click HERE to see that post and BTW, clicking the names of those other films will open up tabs with the related content for your added enjoyment.
The Synopsis: Twenty years before the events of the first film, in 1987, Bumblebee takes refuge in a small California beach town junkyard, where a teenage girl named Charlie Watson takes him in. However, the two of them soon find themselves hunted by a Government Agency known as Sector Seven, lead by Agent Burns. As they run from society, the two learn that Bee isn’t the only Transformer on Earth, and that the others might not be as friendly. (thanks Wiki). Continue reading Now Playing: “Bumblebee” in Theaters Everywhere (12/21/2018)→