Ellie Creed further tortures Jud Crandall in an exclusive look at a deleted scene from Pet Sematary. The latest big screen adaptation of Stephen King's iconic book was a success at the box office, taking in $112.3 million globally from an initial budget of $21 million. This week, the movie is coming out Digitally with the Blu-ray hitting shelves in July and it's packed with a ton of chilling bonus features, including deleted scenes. We have an exclusive look at one of the unused scenes and it provides some extra backstory about Jud and his late wife Norma.

In Pet Sematary, Ellie Creed is killed after Church the Cat lures her out into the street. She ends up being brought back from the dead, but she is not the same daughter that Louis and Rachel knew and loved. The deleted scene finds Ellie in Jud Crandall's house wearing her animal mask right before she kills him. The zombie version of the girl is torturing Jud and before she takes his life, she takes on the voice and appearance of his late wife Norma.

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With his Achilles tendon sliced, Jud Crandall has nowhere to go after falling down the stairs. Ellie Creed starts telling Jud that she saw Nora down in Hell and she's burning because of what he did to her. It's here that Ellie takes on the voice of Norma and briefly her appearance before declaring that they're going to bring Jud back to suffer. It's an intense scene and one has to wonder why it ended up on the cutting room floor because it adds a lot of tension to the original moment as it plays out in the finished film.

Pet Sematary comes home on Digital June 25th, 2019 and on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and Video-On-Demand July 9th from Paramount Home Entertainment. The Digital, 4K Ultra HD, and Blu-ray releases are packed with over 90 minutes of special features, including deleted and extended scenes, the long-talked about chilling alternate ending, a look at the main characters, behind-the-scenes footage, cast interviews and more. While the movie changed up a lot of Stephen King's source material, the bonus features give more of an understanding of why directors Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer made their decisions.

The Pet Sematary Digital and Blu-ray release includes an Alternate Ending, Deleted and Extended Scenes, Night Terrors - Family Haunting Visions, The Tale of Timmy Baterman, Beyond the Deadfall, Chapter One: Resurrection - Directors, screenwriters and cast discuss bringing this classic back to life, Chapter Two: The Final Resting Place-A deeper look into finding the right location for the terror to unfold, Chapter Three: The Road to Sorrow- Inside the film's tragic themes and creating the iconic cat "Church," and Chapter Four: Death Comes home, which unearths the creepy elements behind the climax and final scenes of the movie. Overall, there is a lot to unpack in the home release of Pet Semetary. You can check out the deleted scene below, thanks to Paramount Pictures.