Pet Sematary: discover the reactions to last night's Cineworld Unlimited screening

Chilling Stephen King adaptation Pet Sematary screened in advance last night for Cineworld Unlimited members. Jason Clarke and John Lithgow star in this cautionary tale of a family who dabble in ancient supernatural evil, with tragic consequences.

The movie has already been acclaimed by critics with The Guardian's Peter Bradshaw describing it as "[a] brutally effective and convulsively disturbing story". So what did Unlimited members make of it?

Musanna lauds the work of directors Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer, saying it's a compulsively creepy experience.

Richard K Hornsey says the movie stands proud with the best Stephen King adaptations.

Kyle Snape says the movie is so effective, it may make you look at your pets in a different light...

Mark MacKenzie says the film is laudable for how it steers away from bloodshed and gore in favour of atmosphere.

Emma says she had a creepy experience on her return from Cineworld – thank goodness King's horrifying creations are fictional, eh?

On the other hand, Austerity Gamer says the movie doesn't quite live up to the promise of its opening scenes.

And Glitter Freeze says the movie's use of jump scares is something of a disappointment.

Anyone else who was at last night's screening can tweet their reactions @Cineworld and using #CineworldUnlimited. Pet Sematary is released in Cineworld on 4th April.

Your Unlimited screenings don't stop there this month. On 8th April we're previewing critically acclaimed coming-of-age drama Eighth Grade from first-time director Bo Burnham. Check out the trailer below.

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