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Episode Info: In celebration of the release of the remake, we break the barrier and dig our toes into the sour ground of the original Pet Semetary.   We laughed, we groaned, we kissed 2 hours goodbye. Bury your dead and hope they don’t come back so you can avoid this film! Need to Watch The Movie? Hit these links to rent or buy a copy and watch along with us! (Please note that by purchasing through one of these links, you are directly supporting Welcome 2 Show, and we truly appreciate it!)   Amazon: iTunes: Deviant Casting Director Fred Gwynne was perfect as Jud Deviant Script Doctor WENDIGO! SHOW ME, THE FUCKING WENDIGO! Apparently the visions that Louis and Ellie have are hints that they possess the Shining Is digging up a body in broad daylight the best idea? It’s Just so Ridiculous! Gage was a DJ in the movie Tropic Thunder!? Do you think kids playing in horror movies fucks them up? How far WAS the Micmac burial ground? It’s not the actual Pet Semetary that’s the evil part, it’s the Micmac burial grounds, and it looked like Jud and Louis had to travel FAR to get there. Stephen King Failure - The truck that kills Gage was NOT featured in another Stephen King movie: Maximum Overdrive. Mom: “He probably went out for a hamburger, or a chicken dinner dear. You know how men are when they’re alone!” The Kim Coppola AwardAwarded to the Finest Worst Actor of the Film The Guch: Dale Midkiff as Louis Creed Devo: Dale Midkiff as Louis Creed God awful acting Pussy-fish-like handshake The Clintoris: Dale Midkiff as Louis Creed Winner: Dale Midkiff as Louis Creed Deviantly Repeatable Quotes Jud: “Christ on his throne, no!” - Ellie: “It got away from him that dumb shit!” Movie Details Directed by Mary Lambert Produced by Richard P. Rubinstein Screenplay by Stephen King Starring           Dale Midkiff     Fred Gwynne     Denise Crosby     Brad Greenquist     Michael Lombard     Miko Hughes     Blaze Berdahl   Music by Elliot Goldenthal Cinematography Peter Stein Edited by Daniel P. Hanley,     Mike Hill Production Company Paramount Pictures Distributed by Paramount Pictures Release date April 21, 1989 Running time 103 minutes Country United States Language English Budget $11.5 million Box office $57.5 million Show Quotes Devo: “Shout out to (formerly) MicMac goalie sticks! Some of the finest sticks I ever used!” - Clint: ”Going back to Lucho’s orchestral magnificence…” Lucho: “And there’s none in this film!” - Lucho: “I thought, she was gonna be hot again then they showed her face and her eye was looking kinda puss-y. When they didn’t show her puss-y face I was like damn she looked good! Just wash her up, give her a Phantom of the Opera mask and she’s good!” Welcome 2 Show Review Scores The Guch: 3.5 Devo: 2 The Clintoris: 2 Overall:  1.2 Subscribe You can subscribe to Welcome 2 Show on iTunes, Stitcher, and Spotify. If you enjoyed th...
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