Terror Films teams with Synapse Films for physical release of
the award-winning documentary:
UNEARTHED AND UNTOLD: THE PATH TO PET SEMATARY
On the eve of the 28th Anniversary of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary, which was released in theaters on April 21, 1989, Terror Films is excited to announce their partnership with Synapse Films. Synapse is set to handle the physical release of the documentary; it will be released later this year.
Don May Jr., one of the partners of the American DVD and Blu-ray label, specializes in cult horror, science fiction and exploitation films. He had this to say about teaming up with Terror Films: “I first saw a rough cut of UNEARTHED & UNTOLD over a year ago and was very excited about it. It’s a great documentary, with a lot of great stories and information. I’m thrilled to be able to release a Blu-ray and DVD. Hopefully, this partnership with Terror Films will lead to future releases between our two companies.”
Filmmakers John Campopiano and Justin White left no stone unturned. The film features interviews with director Mary Lambert and the entire cast: Dale Midkiff, Denise Crosby, Miko Hughes, Brad Greenquist, Susan Blommaert, the Berdahl Twins and many more. It also features never-before-seen footage from the sets in Maine, interviews with key crew and the townspeople. Synapse plans to add even more special bonus features for the physical release.
UNEARTHED AND UNTOLD: THE PATH TO PET SEMATARY was originally released by Terror Films on January 13th , 2017. It is available on platforms such as: iTunes (with bonus features including a fan appreciation sizzle reel and a personal interview with the documentary filmmakers):
And at Amazon Instant:
As well, the film is available on: Google Play/You Tube, Sony PSN, X-Box, Vudu, Vimeo On Demand, I Bleed Indie and 3 Roku channels, (Free Flix Tonight, 24 Hour Movie Channel and Free Grindhouse Flix Tonight). It is coming soon to Steam, and Tubi TV. The film is also available in multiple countries on iTunes and Amazon International. It will be coming soon to iFlix. So, you can unearth this award winning, critically acclaimed documentary today and find out why sometimes – dead isn’t better!