We caught up last week with writer Jeff Buhler, who provided us with updates on his scripted remakes of The Grudge, Jacob’s Ladder, and director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo’s Pet Sematary reboot for Paramount.
In honor of it playing as part of this year's Fantasia Film Festival, we now have over a dozen images from Ju-on: Beginning of the End for you cats to start screeching over. Or maybe that screeching is just Toshio again. In any event...
While we wait for the recently announced second remake of Ju-on (aka The Grudge), a seventh installment in the original Japanese franchise is on its way, set to open in Japan on June 28th. It's titled Ju-on: Beginning of the End, and today we've got the Japanese trailer for ya...
We told you that there was a remake or reboot or re-imagining or whatever they're calling it now of The Grudge a few weeks back, and today some details as to just what this flick will be have come to light.
Hot on the heels of the announcement of the latest Japanese entry into The Grudge franchise, Ju-on: Owari no Hajimari (translated: Ju-On: The Beginning of the End), comes word of a new American reboot!
The first teaser trailer is here for Ju-on: Owari no Hajimari (translated: Ju-On: The Beginning of the End), and it's filled with the kind of sounds that to this day sends shivers down our backs. Check it out!
We told you earlier that the franchise scared up by Takashi Shimizu was getting a new entry entitled Ju-on: Owari no Hajimari (translated: Ju-On: The Beginning of the End), and today we have the first official bit of teaser art!
Apparently the franchise scared up by Takashi Shimizu still has some gasp left in the old ghost tank in Japan as Ju-on: Owari no Hajimari (translated: Ju-On: The Beginning of the End) is getting ready to start production!
While on a recent set visit for the upcoming supernatural thriller 7500 being helmed by director Takashi Shimizu, Dread Central had the opportunity to chat with producer Roy Lee, who gave us some insight on what's in the works for Spike Lee's Oldboy remake as well as the potential for new films in both the The Grudge and The Ring franchises.
One of the most terrifying J-horror franchises of them all, Ju-On (or The Grudge as it's known here in the States), is still alive and kicking, and apparently there's a new one on its way!
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring Hiroki Suzuki, Ichorota Miyakawa, Natsuki Kasa, Koji Seto, Kuniteru Shigeyama, Kana Tsugihara Directed by Ryuta Miyake and Mari Asato
Every now and again to remind us that a certain product is coming out, companies send us some really cool stuff in the mail, but XSEED Games has taken the cake with how they sent us over our copy of Ju-On: The Grudge Haunted House Simulator.
For fans of the Ju-on franchise, or The Grudge as it is known here, the date of October 13th cannot arrive soon enough. Why's that, you ask?
Ju-On: The Grudge for the Wii takes place in the fantastical movie universe we’ve come to love. There are no nubile young hussies who seem to beg for a beheading here. You are just in the wrong place at the wrong time, and now you and your family are cursed for it.