“Pet Sematary”—in its misspelled form—was scribbled by neighborhood children behind Stephen King’s house, providing the inspiration for the title of his 1983 book. It was then adapted into a movie by Mary Lambert in 1989. Thirty years later, the cult classic has been reimagined by filmmakers Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer to terrify a whole new generation of moviegoers.

Pet Sematary is about a family who moves into a new town and discovers a series of strange occurrences at a nearby ancient burial site where dead pets are laid to rest in the hopes that they will come back to life. After a tragic accident, the parents turn to the cemetery’s magic powers to revive one of their children, which results in a whole new nightmare. It’s not only a highly anticipated 2019 release but also another testament to the timeless resonance of King’s stories.