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Unleashing Love Beyond the Grave

Stephen King’s movie that he is scared of

Bloody brilliant, I’d say, was the way “Pet Sematary” socked it to us, showing how love could literally crawl back from the grave. Cut from the same rugged cloth as Stephen King, it’s a flick that harkens back to those 80s and 90s golden era of storytelling. It wasn’t about shock value or cheap jump scares, though it had its fair share of those. It was about giving a terrifying face to our deepest, darkest fears and desires. It’s this raw desperation and melancholic longing for what’s lost that set “Pet Sematary” apart from the banal chewed-up horror tidbits we’re spoon-fed today.

Let’s not forget the sheer genius of Stephen King, the man was ahead of his times – a master craftsman weaving together horror and depth like no other. And in the story of “Pet Sematary”, he hit one out of the park. The tale highlighted what we’d do for love, how far we’d go, and how we’d teeter on the edge of madness at the loss of it. The nerve-wracking plot makes your blood run cold, yet you’ve got to admire the audacity of those characters attempting to cheat death – you’re coaxed into understanding a terrifying love that pushes them to deal with devil. It’s far more than the depiction of an evil entity, it’s about the complexities of human emotions and love that continues even beyond the grave.

I miss the days when horror was more than just gruesome imagery and cheap tricks designed to make you spill your popcorn. I miss offerings like “Pet Sematary” that served a layer of depth and context below the chills. When you’d sift through the horror for the story, and not just the scares. So every night, I toss on an old 80s flick tee, or a hood from my favorite 90s horror movie, and immerse myself in an era where narratives were king and unnecessary gore remained buried. Trust an old soul like me, there’s nothing that compares to the thrill of unleashing love beyond the grave.

~ Sam ;))

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