The Grudge (2004)

PG-13   |    |  Horror, Mystery, Thriller


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An American nurse living and working in Tokyo is exposed to a mysterious supernatural curse, one that locks a person in a powerful rage before claiming their life and spreading to another victim.


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  • Sarah Michelle Gellar and Jason Behr in The Grudge (2004)
  • Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. at an event for The Grudge (2004)
  • Sarah Michelle Gellar at an event for The Grudge (2004)
  • Sarah Michelle Gellar in The Grudge (2004)

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3 February 2020 | olivewahh
7
| It's still good after so many years
With the new release of The Grudge, I went back and rewatched this original to see if it was as good as I had remembered.

Karen (Sarah Michelle Gellar) lives in Japan and works as a caretaker for the elderly people. Getting assigned a job, Karen visits the elder lady and begins to discover some unusual and mysterious behaviour coming from the house. After leaving the house, things become haunting for Karen with everywhere she goes and discovers a dark history of the house.

Honestly, for a film that came out in 2004, it's pretty good. I mean watching it now, the graphics aren't amazing, but again the film is 16 years old. I remember when the film came out that a lot of people said the original Japanese version was terrifying, but I still think this one is scary.

SMG was such an A Lister when this came out, after staring in Buffy and many other iconic movies, everyone knew who she was. She's not bad in the film, except when she runs like she's still in Buffy lol

Still would recommend this film to fans of horror. It's a great watch

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