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Widely considered one of Stephen King’s best horror films, 1989 Pet sematary was led by Mary Lambertwho at the time had just directed a series 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 “Love” by Rod Stewart. To touch.”

After Pet semataryLambert directed the “Collection Completed” episode of HBO’s “Tales from the Crypt,” and she later returned to the world of Stephen King with Pet sematary II in 1991, an original horror story that used King’s tale as a starting point.

Mary Lambert went on to direct the 1996 made-for-TV thriller face of evil and then Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge in 2001 and following Urban Legends: Bloody Mary in 2005, as well as Mega Python vs. Gatoroid most recently in 2011. It has now been over a decade since Lambert directed a horror film, but the filmmaker is eager to get back into the genre.

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

Ellie Creed in ‘Pet Sematary’ (1989)

Speaking with Bloody Disgusting in 2019, Lambert expressed his desire to do another Pet sematary film centered around Ellie Creed, which was her brainchild for the 90s sequel.

What I would really like to do is have Ellie come back as a young woman to Maine with her cat to find out what happened to her parents.“, Lambert told us.

Lambert detailed his original Pet sematary II concept,”She is in Chicago at the end of the original film. I’m pretty sure her grandparents wouldn’t have sent her back to live alone in that house after everything that happened, so I’d just say Ellie grew up in Chicago but what happened to her parents doesn’t matter. hasn’t been discussed much. I would have taken the leap for her to be a young woman. I’ll take her 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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