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Both Ringu and The Ring are superb, dark, creepy films, very similar yet very different from one another.
They seem a lot more like real people than in American horror films so the horror that they experience makes you think that it could happen to you.
Hair-raising and blood-curdling Japanese supernatural thriller is one of the best horror movies ever made.
I prefer the American remake "The Ring" but that's just me. This one was extremely slow moving and was very disorganized - not very scary. Buy the remake instead. Read morePublished 6 months ago by D. Boisjolie
This is the Italian Blu-ray of Ringu (which was famously remade as 'The Ring' in the US). There is no US release of this Japanese film (however the remake is available on a US... Read morePublished 13 months ago by MacheteJason
The movie has subtitles and starts off slow but the ending is awesome. Highly recommended.
Another great scariest movie ever is the Japanese movie called AUDITION.
The acting in this movie is far and away superior to the American remake.
While both movies lost some pieces of the novel, they each had a unique take on their respective... Read more
Ringu follows Reiko Asakawa as she investigates a mysterious cursed tape that kills the viewer a week after watching. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jonathan
I bought this at FYE on April 3,2013. I just got done watching it. I have to say I really like this movie. I also have The Ring and The Ring 2. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Ronda Pennycuff
Ringu is a story about stories--the way they start, how they grow and change, their power over us.
The protagonist, Reiko Asakawa [Nanako Matsashima] is a journalist who... Read more
There has been rumors of a haunted video cassette that supposedly have killed people who watched it within 7 days. Read morePublished on November 6, 2009 by John Lindsey
(Japan - 1998)
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
Theatrical soundtrack: Dolby Stereo SR
A TV journalist (Nanako Matsushima) joins forces... Read more