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The Grudge 2 (2003)

3.5 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Kei Horie, Noriko Sakai
  • Directors: Takashi Shimizu
  • Format: PAL, Widescreen, Colour
  • Language: Italian, Japanese
  • Subtitles: Italian
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: U
  • Studio: Dolmen Home Video
  • Run Time: 92.00 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0041KY10U
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 508,823 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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harase kyoko attrice di film horror decide di comparire come ospite in uno show televisivo dedicato a storie paranormali che ha come set una casa infestata dai fantasmi. dopo le riprese i membri della troupe scompaiono e in un incidente d'auto kyoko perde il suo fidanzato e sembra perdere anche il bambino. ma qualcosa si muove ancora dentro di lei cosa?

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After seeing the first film (and then the subsequent just-about-passable US remake), I stumbled upon this on a recent trip to Hong Kong. And all I can say is 'oh my god'. If you thought the first one was pretty scary, this one is even better...

This isn't really a sequal in the classic sense of the word, it just tells further stories of 'that' house, and the different people terrorised (and then killed) by the mind-curdling curse that affects it's residents or anyone even vaguely connected to it. Having said that, it still holds it's own as a great standalone horror film.

The shifts in the film's timeline will leave your brain spinning, but I just about worked it all out on a second (and probably necessary) viewing - the film keeps jumping around to show you how previous and/or future events tie in with other characters - which actually works quite well and will leave you turning it all over in your mind for ages afterwards. Not the easiest film to follow but DEFINATELY worth the return on your investment in terms of scares delivered.

The scenes regarding the 'thumping sounds on the wall' seemed to me to be shoehorned awkwardly and unnecessarily into the US remake of the first film, but here they make much more sense and are far more terrifying when left to play out properly. There are many more memorable moments of spine-freezing terror too.
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This movie is absolutely brilliant! Unlike the first movie, Kayako can attack you when your dreaming which has scared me for life. The ending has to be one of the most frightening experiances ever! Not only is it one of the best horror sequals, but one of the best horror movies ever made! It is much more eerier and disturbing than the first installment. I absolutely love this movie and the extras are brilliant too. If you enjoyed Ju-On: The Grudge, I recommend this.
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By now, most audiences will be fairly familiar with the Japanese series of films known as Ju On: The Grudge; the phenomenally successful saga that began with the straight to video projects Ju On: The Curse, parts 1 and 2 - in which jealousy and adultery in a quaint Japanese suburb leads to an awful murder that marks the house for anyone who subsequently enters it - right the way through to the larger-budgeted Hollywood remake of the film and it's equally glossy sequel. Subsequent films following on from The Curse have taken the initial murder as their starting point and created around it a film of loosely connected horror vignettes, mostly in which a series of hapless characters end up in the film's iconic haunted house and then find themselves marked for death by the two most prominent apparitions of the story.

If you have already seen the American re-make of The Grudge with Sarah Michelle Geller then there's a good chance that this follow up to the Japanese original will come as something of shock. Unlike its US counterpart, this grudge features no real central character and has no real plot development (at least, not in the traditional sense). I personally don't see this as a bad thing, as it allows director Takashi Shimizu to concentrate on crafting a number of scenes of gripping high tension - as the collection of disparate innocents (this time a TV crew shooting a horror film based upon the events of the original film) who unknowingly come into contact with the infamous house and then must come to terms with the unexplainable horror that is happening all around them. However, viewers who look for things like narrative closure, explanations of plot developments and something approaching a hero that they can root for might be sorely disappointed.
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Sequels are a bit like the infamous "difficult 2nd Album", in that they are difficult to do well. Some almost succeed but are not quite up to the original, such as Die Hard and Die Harder (ludicrous title don't you think?), some are better on every level (I'm thinking Spiderman and Spiderman 2 here), and some succeed by being totally different films (Alien and Aliens for example). However, many are simply pale imitations of their predecessors, and it is into this trap that Grudge 2 stumbles and falls.

Essentially Grudge 2 gives us more of the same as we got in the first film, picking up the story of the haunted house and the curse that dwells there an indeterminable length of time after the events of the first film. A group of documentary makers discover the urban legend surrounding the house, and decide to make a program about it, including their special guest star, a movie actress known as "the Queen of horror" Kyoko (Noriko Sakai). Needless to say, once again the house begins to wreak its terrible effect on the film-makers, cast and crew, as restless and vengeful spirits Kayako (Takako Fuji) and Toshio (Yuya Ozeki) exact their terrible retribution. Thrown into this very similar plot (hey, if it ain't broke don't fix it) is a subplot concerning Kyoko's unborn child, which may or may not be hers following an encounter with little Toshio.

Whilst the film uses much the same techniques as the first film (a distinctly unnerving use of sound effects, a non linear narrative, a creeping sense of dread and very little explicit violence) it fails to form a coherent whole. The first film demanded your attention and rewarded you as a result, and this demands the same of the viewer, but unfortunately seems rushed and more than a little unfocused in a lot of places.
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