Stephen King has said that Pet Sematary is possibly the darkest book he has ever written. John and Pat might just agree with him and with the film’s tagline: Sometimes dead is better.
It’s got a creepy soundtrack, fleshy blue monsters, a rabbit infestation, and Australian socialists… but this is not your typical horror movie. Originally intended as a complex sociopolitical drama about what the adult world does to the mind of a child, American markets rebranded this film as a horror. So if you watch Celia (or in America: Celia – Child of Terror) be forewarned that you’re heading into a more psychological path than an Omen or Exorcist-style fright fest.
Brian’s family just moved to a new town, he started at a new school, his mom and dad are constantly arguing… every day life just isn’t working right now. But what about every NIGHT? Brian captures and befriends Maurice, a Beetlejuice-wannabe who shows him the ins and outs of the monster world in LITTLE MONSTERS (starring Fred Savage and Howie Mandel).
You usually feel pretty safe letting your kids play in the front yard, but what if they were only a quarter-inch tall? Childhood fantasies come to life when four kids get shrunk down to the size of an ant and go on an adventure of a lifetime. Giant Lego pieces, killer sprinklers, the precursor to the Roomba lawnmower… it’s all here! Honey, I Shrunk the Kids!