PG-13 | | Horror, Mystery
A journalist must investigate a mysterious videotape which seems to cause the death of anyone one week to the day after they view it.
An interesting feature on the VHS release: rewind the tape to the very beginning. (Or just put the tape in the VCR when fully rewound.) When you play it, you see the cursed video. After the segment ends, you hear a phone ringing twice, then it goes into the previews. Also after the movie has ended, you see additional scenes that help explain the mystery of the cursed video. In the VHS reissue, it just has the movie itself.
I hate television. Gives me headaches. You know, I heard there's so many magnetic waves traveling through the air, because of TV and telephones, that we're losing, like, ten times as many brain cells as we're supposed to. Like, all the molecules in ...
As Rachel is driving to try to warn Noah, she has her cell phone in her right hand. In the next shot, she has both hands on the wheel. She actually drops the phone to take better control of the wheel to avoid traffic.
The FBI warning in the home release features spooky noises in the background.
$15,015,393 20 October 2002
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