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Wednesday, February 2, 2022

‘Pet Sematary’ Filmmaker Mary Lambert Is Ready for a Return to Horror

Widely considered to be one of the very best Stephen King horror movies, 1989’s Pet Sematary was directed by Mary Lambert, who at the time was fresh off directing a string of music videos including Madonna’s “Like a Virgin” and “Material Girl,” as well as Janet Jackson’s “Control,” Sting’s “We’ll Be Together,” and Rod Stewart’s “Love Touch.”

In the wake of Pet Sematary, Lambert directed the “Collection Completed” episode of HBO’s “Tales from the Crypt,” and she subsequently returned to the world of Stephen King with Pet Sematary II in 1991, an original horror story that used King’s tale as its launching point.

Mary Lambert went on direct the 1996 made-for-TV thriller Face of Evil and later Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge in 2001 and sequel Urban Legends: Bloody Mary in 2005, as well as Mega Python vs. Gatoroid more recently in 2011. It’s now been over ten years since Lambert has directed a horror movie, but the filmmaker is itching to return to the genre.

Responding to a tweet from a fan this week, Lambert notes that she’d “really love to make” another horror movie, which is something we sure would love to see happen.

Ellie Creed in ‘Pet Sematary’ (1989)

Speaking with Bloody Disgusting back in 2019, Lambert expressed her desire to make another Pet Sematary movie centered on Ellie Creed, which was her original idea for the 90s sequel.

What I really would like to do would be Ellie coming back as a young woman to Maine with her cat to find out what happened to her parents,” Lambert told us.

Lambert further detailed her original Pet Sematary II concept, “She’s in Chicago at the end of the original movie. I’m pretty sure her grandparents wouldn’t have sent her back to live alone in that house after all that had happened, so I would just take the point of view that Ellie grew up in Chicago but what happened to her parents was not discussed very much. I would have jumped ahead to have her be a young woman. I would have her go back to Maine with her cat.”

Whatever Lambert wants to do in the horror space, we’re all ears. Stay tuned…

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source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3701685/pet-sematary-filmmaker-mary-lambert-is-ready-for-a-return-to-horror/

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