With a new Pet Sematary haunting theaters this April, Paramount Home Media Distribution will prepare horror fans for the place where the "ground is sour" by releasing Mary Lambert's 1989 adaptation of Stephen King's Pet Sematary on 4K Ultra HD.

According to Blu-ray.com, Pet Sematary (1989) will be released on 4K Ultra HD on March 26th, less than two weeks before the new Pet Sematary is released in theaters and just one month shy of the film's 30th anniversary.

Below, we have a look at the cover art, synopsis, and list of special features, and we'll be sure to keep Daily Dead readers updated on future details for this release.

Synopsis (via Blu-ray.com): "Dr. Louis Creed, having just moved to Maine with his wife and two children, is heartbroken when he finds that his daughter's beloved cat has been hit by a truck and killed. Thankfully, a strange, elderly neighbor called Jud knows a secret that may spare the young girl's tears. He takes the dead cat to an ancient Indian burial ground that lies hidden in the surrounding hilltops; and when he buries the feline there, it comes back to life a few days later. But Louis can't be trusted with the secret, and, despite strong warnings that something horrible will happen, he uses the power of the burial ground to bring his son back from the dead."

Special Features (via Blu-ray.com):

  • Audio Commentary by Director Mary Lambert
  • Stephen King Territory - Featurette
  • The Characters - Fetaurette
  • Filming the Horror - Featurette
  • AND MORE...

Cover art via Blu-ray.com:

Theatrical trailer:

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