Pet Sematary

Louis Creed moves to rural Maine with his wife and two young children, Gage and Ellie. With the discovery of a “Pet Sematary” on the land nearby, and the tragic death of their cat, the Creed family soon learn that this is no ordinary burial ground.

Based on the 1983 novel by Stephen King, the film is a remake of the original 1989 film directed by Mary Lambert. The update is directed by Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer (two names quite familiar with the horror genre) and stars Jason Clarke, John Lithgow, and Amy Seimetz. Writer Stephen King calls the film “a grown-up, adult kind of movie.” Perhaps that’s why it got an R-rating! Sometimes dead is better.

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Toy Story 4

Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and the rest of the gang are back. This time they have a new friend in a homemade toy named Forky. Together, they go on a cross-country […]

Child's Play

A mother buys her son a toy doll for his birthday, but soon discovers it has a sinister side. But this isn’t the Chucky you remember. Now with access to […]

Anna

Anna Poliatova is beautiful and deadly. When she unleashes her secret strength, she becomes one of the world’s most feared government assassins. Starring Sasha Luss (Valerian and the City of […]

Events at The Moviehouse

June 04 - August 27

FREE Summer Kids Camp 2019

Welcome to summer, movie lovers! Join us for FREE kids films all summer long! Tickets are available first come, first served at 9 AM, and all movies start at 10 AM. All members of your party must […]

April 03 - April 24

Western Classics

Get your hat and your horse and head over to Moviehouse! Wednesdays in April are for M&E Western Classics. Reserve your half-priced recliner, get your drink from the bar, and kick up your boots. Yeeeehaaww! Giant (1956), […]

March 06 - March 27

John Hughes Classics 2019

The M&E John Hughes Tribute Series will send you back to the 80’s with four special nights of classic film. Tickets are half-priced for these Wednesday evening events and the menu items will be, like, totally rad. […]