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Pet Sematary 2 (1992)
Pet Sematary II
Pet Sematary Two

Nomination Year: 1995
SYNOPSIS:  Edward Furlong (post-T2) and Anthony Edwards (pre-ER) star in this sequel to Pet Sematary which has almost nothing to do with the first movie. A divorced veterinarian and his son move into a new town. Their initial troubles with fitting in are compounded by the fact that this town is saturated with supernatural evil. There's an ancient Indian burial ground nearby which revivifies dead creatures. You just bury the corpse, wait overnight, and presto! Up comes the critter -- really mean and vicious, irrevocably evil, not truly alive -- but hey, it's better than dead, right? Not really, when the protagonists revive a devil-dog and then discover that it works on people, too, when they're forced to resurrect the abusive sheriff. Funny thing is, the zombie version turns out to be a better father than the original.

Smithee Award Winner! "Let's Up The Rating To 'R'"

What a Bitch!
Anthony Edwards has a hallucination or a dream, where the evil undead dog comes to him, forces him down on the bed, then becomes his dead wife, who, topless, begins to screw him. "She" then reverts to dog form and jumps through the window.

Smithee Award Winner! Best One-Liner

Famous Taxidermist Pickup Lines
Close up of a cute pug dog. A V-O voice says, "You'd look so much better with BLUE eyes." Suddenly, the dog's eyes bug out farther and farther and then pop out! The camera reveals that it's really a stuffed dog in the hands of a taxidermist.

Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame
Anthony Edwards "Gilbert" from Revenge of the Nerds and "Dr. Mark Greene" on ER 
Edward Furlong "John Connor" (the kid) from Terminator 2 
Clancy Brown Played super-baddie "The Kergan" in Highlander; was briefly on ER 
Jared Rushton  
Darlanne Fluegel  
Jason McGuire  
Robert Easton  
Director Claim to Fame
Mary Lambert  

Bryan Cassidy

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