Stephen King adaptations were a dime a dozen in the 1980's. But Mary Lambert's 'Pet Sematary' managed to find box office success in 1989 as audiences had grown tired of the barrage of slasher sequels. Zach & Brandon take a look back at a film that was largely shot in their old stomping grounds to discuss their love of Judd's borderline offensive Maine accent, Gage's compulsion to wander in the road, the lawlessness of truck drivers in this world and much more. Please share, subscribe and write a review!!