Contest: Join Us On A Trip To The ‘Pet Sematary’

You looking forward to the April 5th release of the second cinematic rendition of Stephen King’s classic “sour ground” novel Pet Sematary? Of course you are because, you’re not stupid.

While advance word has been strong – the only way to know for sure if this one is the real deal is to have your ass in a seat and well, we might be able to help you with that. We also have teamed up with the amazing folks at Paramount Pictures to offer up a nice little prize pack that is sure to have your true Stephen King fans salavating like a rabid dog.

First though – let’s talk about some free passes to an advance screening. Some caveats with this one – these passes are good for the Cleveland Ohio advance screening only so – if you’re reading this and you’re within driving distance of the CLECLICK HERE and claim a pair of absolutely free seats and check out why “sometimes dead is better” before anyone else.

This screening is the Wednesday before Cinema Wasteland so – I know a buttload of you genre fans are going to be in town so – click that link, get some free seats and get the horror party started early!

Now for the rest of you who don’t live in the Cleveland area (you poor bastards) here’s something that you can take part in as well. I mentioned us teaming up with Paramount Pictures – and they have offered us up a pretty damn amazing prize pack to celebrate the film’s release.

The prize pack will include – a copy of Stephen King’s classic novel – sporting a nifty movie tie in variant cover – a letter signed by the man himself – (don’t ask me what the letter says, I haven’t seen it but honestly, does it really matter?) and a lovely poster from the film.

We’ve got five of these prize packs to hand out and if you want to lay your hot, Stephen King loving hands on one – follow the simple instructions below.

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Remember – April 5th is when Pet Sematary hits your local theater – going to be a wild ride!

Dave Dreher
Co-Founder / Lead News Reporter at Gruesome Magazine
Dave is co-founder and lead news reporter for Gruesome. Dave has built his resume working for Diabolique Magazine, The Horror Channel,, House of Horrors and Creature Corner. He has worked with Tom Savini on his official site since 1997 and is also co-host of the popular podcast Horror News Radio.