Horror lovers and Hollywood can't get enough of Stephen King
. With film versions of the prolific author's series The Dark Tower
and his novel The Stand
already planned, Empire
reports that Paramount Pictures is now exhuming Pet Sematary
. King's 1983 book, which told the story of a mysterious burial ground that resurrects the dead with a demonic bloodlust, was previously, and gloriously, adapted and released in 1989. Matthew Greenberg
, who made heads turn 360° with 1408
, his take on King's 1999 short story, is working on a new screenplay. Hopefully he and Paramount will do right by the property so fans don't regret its resurrection. Check out the trailer for the 1989 movie below.