Church, the Undead Cat…

 

 

There’s a new film version of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary (sic) coming out, and I’m happy to share an image of the new Church the Cat from the flick, what with Halloween coming and all…

now if Church looks seriously miffed, it’s because he’s a zombie cat, you see, brought back from the dead following burial in a cursed Indian burial ground. Things buried there come back different, often with a taste for homicide. When poor Church is killed by a truck, his mourning young master buries him in the Pet Sematary, and he returns but not as a cuddly kitty.  Things go little better when the young son of the family is tragically killed and buried in the same land by his grieving father.  As the tagline goes, sometimes dead is better.

Based on King’s 1983 book, Pet Sematary saw an earlier 1989 cinematic version.  Look for the new one coming in April of 2019…and don’t pet the bad kitty!

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4 Comments on “Church, the Undead Cat…”

  1. carycomic Says:

    Two Church the Cats?! Intolerable! For, in the (literally) immortal words of Duncan McLeod of the Clan McLeod:

    “There can be only one.”

    [Insert decapitating sword-whoosh, here.]

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    • vulpesffb Says:

      You might consider Church to be the original Grumpy Cat, and he draws on the rich tradition of evil and demonic felines, the familiars of witches. Something wicked this way comes…and I’m looking forward to revisiting the bad little furry fellow again. Maybe he and I could hunt down and kill something together, just for old time’s sake…

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      • carycomic Says:

        How about the producer, director, and head writer of CATWOMAN 2004 (for wasting Halle Berry’s talents)?

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        • vulpesffb Says:

          That was disappointing…and they could have done so much better with the Catwoman character! The movie that begged to be made wasn’t…

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