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This movie is the lamest horror movie I've ever seen.
This film has a great story line, awesome scary moments, and good acting (all without gore and slashing with knives and I think only one or two swear words).
Therefore, if you want to see this movie just to get a kick out of it, then you will enjoy it, but don't expect it to make any sense.
Highly Recommend! It came in before the expected delivery date and just like the description said. VERY HAPPYPublished 21 days ago by misty petrovich
I was really impressed by this one. It had some creepy imagery and atmosphere, and the scares were executed so well and effectively. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sam Gianfala
This is one of my favorite scary movies & love watching it over & over again. The Japanese film makers are brilliant at making horror movies without all the graphic blood & gore. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Faye Hayes
I bought this to watch it for the second time because I've had nightmares about it since I went to see it in high school. It's terrifying there is no doubt about that. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lindsey Spencer
nice 2nd addition to the Grudge trilogy - I use this and the first Grudge to teach J-Horror in a high school film class - they are best enjoyed after J-Horror researchPublished 3 months ago by Boo
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The thing with Ju-On is that it is actually the third part of a series. The first two parts were released on video only (what they call V-Cinema) in Japan. The third part was a theatrical feature, but it continues the story rather than retelling it.
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