‘Pet Sematary: Bloodlines’ Rated R for ‘Horror Violence, Gore & Language’

This Halloween season, Paramount+ is transporting us to Ludlow, Maine with their newest original prequel film, Pet Sematary: Bloodlines.

The movie explores an untold chapter from the classic novel by Stephen King. The highly-anticipated premiere of Pet Sematary: Bloodlines is set for Friday, October 6, and will be exclusively available on Paramount+ in the United States, Canada, Latin America, and Brazil. For all other markets, the film will be available on Paramount+ starting Saturday, October 7.

The film has officially been rated “R” for…

“Horror violence, gore and language.”

Every movie that has been part of the Pet Sematary franchise thus far has received a rating of “R”. This includes the first movie from 1989, its sequel from 1992, and the most recent adaptation from 2019.

The cast of Pet Sematary: Bloodlines includes a number of talented actors. Jackson White, known for his appearances in Tell Me Lies and Mrs. Fletcher, is among them, as is Forrest Goodluck, who played a role in The Revenant. Jack Mulhern, who starred in The Boys in the Boat and “Mare of Easttown,” also makes an appearance. Henry Thomas, who acted in “The Fall of the House of Usher” and Gerald’s Game, as well as Natalie Alyn Lind, who appeared in “The Goldbergs” and “The Gifted,” round out the cast. Isabella Star LaBlanc, who played a role in “True Detective: Night Country,” also appears in the film. Alongside these talented actors, Pet Sematary: Bloodlines also features performances from Pam Grier, known for her roles in Cinnamon and Jackie Brown, and David Duchovny, who is famous for his role in “Californication.

Lindsey Anderson Beer directed this film, marking her debut as a director. Beer and Jeff Buhler jointly wrote the script, while Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Mark Vahradian produced it.

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