Now Jessie is chained to a bed and has to survive until someone checks on her... which they probably won't for several days. Unfortunately, Gerald left the front door open and a stray dog wanders in to feast on his body. Jessie knows the dog is going to want fresher meat sooner or later and by then she may not have the energy to kick it away. The Netflix Original isn't quite as good as Hulu's 11.22.63 (I don't think anything that came out that year was as good), but it isn't by any means bad. Just unusual.
A friend of mine complained that when he watched the trailer, he felt like he had seen the whole movie. I watched the trailer after seeing the movie and I agree that it gives too much away, but it manages to save the most visceral and terrifying moments. There's an entire subplot, which is quintessential King, that's not even hinted at in the trailer I saw.