“Pet Sematary” quotes

Movie Pet Sematary
Title Pet Sematary
Year 1989
Director Mary Lambert
Genre Horror, Thriller
Plot – Doctor Louis Creed arrives in a small town in Maine. He has moved in with his wife Rachel and his two children Ellie and Gage. Near their house there's an ancient Indian cemetery that turns the corpses into zombies. Firstly it happens to Curch, Ellie's kitten, then to little Gage, as the child is hit by a truck on the street just right in front of the house. The movie comes from a Stephen King's novel. The writer has also written the screenplay.
All actors – Dale Midkiff, Fred Gwynne, Denise Crosby, Brad Greenquist, Michael Lombard, Miko Hughes, Blaze Berdahl, Susan Blommaert, Mara Clark, Kavi Raz, Mary Louise Wilson, Andrew Hubatsek
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  • “God sees the truth... but waits.”
    Dale Midkiff - Louis Creed
    [Tag:god, truth, waiting]
  • “The soil of a man's heart is stonier.”
    Fred Gwynne - Jud Crandall
  • “The person you put up there ain't the person that comes back. It might look like that person, but it ain't that person, because whatever lives on the ground beyond the Pet Semetary ain't human at all.”
    Fred Gwynne - Jud Crandall
  • “A man grows what he can, and he tends it, ‘cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own always comes home to you.”
    Fred Gwynne - Jud Crandall
  • “Sometimes dead is better.”
    Fred Gwynne - Jud Crandall