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Eric Brainard over 2 years ago
Not a terrible adaptation of Japanese horror. Too many sequels though.
Yalini over 2 years ago
Enjoyed it! Interesting and one of the best horror movies I've watched
Michael Cole almost 3 years ago
Been a while since I last watched, but I remember it being a decent horror thriller
Amanda Mathews 3 years ago
Watched it once when it first came out but don't really remember it well.
DMB 4 years ago
Good, but could've done more.
Alice Albescu over 4 years ago
A really well done horror film.
Kristijan Vidović over 5 years ago
Scary, interesting and again scary. I watched it as a kid, still my favourite horror movie
Justin L. Clemons over 6 years ago
The well girl freaked me out for about a week.
Innes Maas over 6 years ago
Like a graphic novel on the screen. I loved that quality
Edgar Milari almost 7 years ago
Oozing and creepy and more coherently plotted than Ringu.
Lou 7 years ago
I hate remakes! Learn to read subtitles, the originals are far superior.
Jody Bradley 7 years ago
The phone rang after I watch the small clip with my mum and we shat ourselves!!
Linden 7 years ago
I'm not keen on seeing this again only because it creeped me out so effectively.
Chelsea Foreman 7 years ago
My first horror movie. Still terrified to this day. Corny Japanese water ghost genre.
Andrea Ortiz 7 years ago
2 years later I still have nightmares about this movie
Griffin Maurer over 7 years ago
While not a bad movie, the concept of the film seems to work better than the film itself.
Meryovi over 7 years ago
Great suspense/mystery! An iconic movie!
Amanda Peters over 7 years ago
This scared the hell out of me when I first saw it, so props for that.
Dorian Silenus over 7 years ago
Not as terrifying as the Japanese version, but still a very solid interpretation.
Kakra over 7 years ago
-2/10 Japanese version is better
The Ring is a 2002 American psychological horror film directed by Gore Verbinski and starring Naomi Watts and Martin Henderson. It is a remake of the 1998 Japanese horror film Ring. Both films are based on Koji Suzuki's novel Ring and focus on a mysterious cursed videotape which contains a seemingly random series of disturbing images. After watching the tape, the viewer receives a phone call in which a girl's voice announces that the viewer will die in seven days. The film was a critical and commercial success. 16-year-old Katie Embry (Amber Tamblyn) and 17-year-old Becca Kotler (Rachael Bella) discuss a supposedly cursed videotape while home alone at Katie's house. According to legend, those who watch the tape will die in seven days. Katie reveals that, seven days before, she went to a cabin at Shelter Mountain Inn with friends, where she viewed the video tape. The girls laugh it off, but after a series of strange occurrences in the next few minutes, involving a television in the...
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