With just about every one of Stephen King's novels now covered by a movie or TV version, it was only a matter of time before unauthorized sequels started hitting the screen. PET SEMATARY II--which was not only unendorsed, but actually trashed in advance by King himself--establishes an
instant nadir for unofficial adaptations of the modern horror master.
The protagonist is young Geoff Matthews (Edward Furlong) who in the film's opening moments watches in horror as his divorced actress mother Renee (Darlanne Fluegel) is electrocuted in a freak movie-set mishap. Instead of suing for big bucks, Jeff's father Chase (Anthony Edwards) takes the boy up
to his hometown ...