Stephen King fans have yet another reason to celebrate. Following the success of It, Pet Sematary is getting a modern remake. The story follows the same terrifying premise as the original novel giving us all the chilling reminder that sometimes dead is better. Starring Jason Clarke, Amy Seimetz, and John Lithgow, the film is slated for release April 5, 2019.
Before ninjas were turtles, 80s action movies, or even Kurosawa films, they were spies and assassins that hid in plain sight — not darting from shadow to shadow in black jumpsuits. From the modern Western conception of the ninja starting in the late 50s and early 60s, the stealthy assassin has gained a huge place in American pop culture, and Vox looks at how ninjas became one of Japan's biggest exports.