AMP & Dan Mumford Remind Us That Undead Cats Are Kinda Creepy With A New Poster For Stephen King’s “Pet Sematary”

In 1983, Stephen King took fans to the gruesome world of life after death in his horror novel, “Pet Sematary.” Now the good folks at AMP remind us that “The moon is full, the air is still,” with a brand new print release by artist Dan Mumford. Be careful because this print MAY have you look at your cat JUUUUUUUUUST a bit more wearily.  Here is what they had to say about this creepy release.


Stephen King’s 1983 horror novel “Pet Sematary” was nominated for a World Fantasy Award for Best Novel in 1986 and adapted into the cult classic horror movie this poster represents, in 1989; an adaptation that grossed $57 million at the box office against an $11 million budget.

Next year “Pet Sematary” is set to follow the likes of “It” and “The Shining,” with Amy Seimetz and Jason Clarke set to star in a new adaptation directed by “Starry Eyes” helmers Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer. We couldn’t be more excited!

Perfect timing to release our brand new, officially licensed, limited edition screen printed poster by the brilliant Dan Mumford.


The 18” X 24” screen printed poster is being released in an edition size of just 210, with 120 “regular” prints (4-color screen prints) and 90 special “variant” prints (4-color plus a special UV layer). The variant print reveals the face of the cat under UV light, a truly special piece of art from one of the UK’s best loved alternative movie poster artists, Dan Mumford.

Head over to their OFFICIAL WEBSITE to grab one of these sinister gems before it’s too late.




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