PG-13 | | Horror, Mystery
6 months after the incidents involving the lethal videotape, new clues prove that there is a new evil lurking in the darkness.
Even with three artists, Daveigh Chase's (Samara's) make-up took over five hours to complete.
Ever seen a shooting star?
Jake: Sure. You?
Emily: You know what you're supposed to do, right?
Jake: What do you mean, make a wish?
Emily: If you saw one right now, what would you wish for?
Jake: Well, that's a secret.
During the flashback where Evelyn is trying to drown baby Samara, the child is smiling happily though at the same time we hear her horrified crying.
Similar to the previous movie, there are no opening credits besides the Dreamworks logo.
There are two slightly different versions of the Region 1 widescreen unrated DVD. One has rougher sound and poorer video quality during the additional scenes, with a few unfinished effects (the viewfinder on Aiden's camera). Some of the music cues are different as well. It also has a different version of the "bobbing for apples" scene, in which Aiden has a vision of his own head underwater. The only apparent difference in packaging is that this version does NOT have the letters "FR" after the catalog number (which is, in both versions, 94433).
$24,092 (Iceland) (18 March 2005)
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