The Grudge 2

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Overview

Japanese horror specialist Takashi Shimizu returns to the mythology that terrified audiences the world over with this terror-inducing sequel to the hit 2004 frightener. When a cursed Tokyo home is burned to the ground, the baneful spirit once confined within its walls is suddenly unleased to terrorize anyone and everyone who crosses its dark path. Original producers Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert, and Taka Ichise return to help Shimizu realize his hair-raising vision with this tale that finds Karen's Sarah Michelle Gellar...
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Overview

Japanese horror specialist Takashi Shimizu returns to the mythology that terrified audiences the world over with this terror-inducing sequel to the hit 2004 frightener. When a cursed Tokyo home is burned to the ground, the baneful spirit once confined within its walls is suddenly unleased to terrorize anyone and everyone who crosses its dark path. Original producers Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert, and Taka Ichise return to help Shimizu realize his hair-raising vision with this tale that finds Karen's Sarah Michelle Gellar sister, Aubrey Amber Tamblyn, teaming with spellbound journalist Eason Edison Chen to investigate the spectral mystery. Meanwhile, the ghostly grip of Toshio Oga Tanaka and Kayako Takako Fuji tightens on a Chicago housewife Jennifer Beals halfway across the globe.
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Special Features

Deleted scenes; Multiple behind the scenes featurettes
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/6/2007
  • UPC: 043396150911
  • Original Release: 2006
  • Rating:

  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Edited
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: Fran├žais
  • Time: 1:42:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 54,514

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Amber Tamblyn Aubrey Davis
Arielle Kebbel Allison
Jennifer Beals Trish
Edison Chen Eason
Sarah Roemer Lacey
Sarah Michelle Gellar Karen Davis
Takako Fuji Kayako Saeki
Matthew Knight Jake
Misako Uno Miyuki
Teresa Palmer Vanessa
Oga Tanaka Toshio Saeki
Yuya Ozeki Toshio Saeki
Christopher Cousins Bill
Zen Kajihara Folklore Guy
Takashi Matsuyama Takeo
Joanna Cassidy Mrs. Davis
Eve Gordon School Counsellor
Jenna Dewan Sally
Ryo Ishibashi Detective Nakagawa
Shaun Sipos Michael
Kim Miyori Itako, Kayako's Mother
Sotaro Nagasawa Teacher
Kyoka Takizawa Young Kayako
Paul Jarrett Mr. Fleming
Gwenda Lorenzetti Mrs. Fleming
Satoshi Ninomiya Police Officer
Mitsuo Togioka Taxi Driver
Masanobu Yada Young Man
Nahana Young Woman
Isao Yatsu Old Man on Bus
Akira Sato Doctor
Tomomi Hiraiwa Nurse
Yoko Chosokabe Nurse
Kayoko Toda Nurse
Shuri Matsuda Nurse
Yuzo Mikawa Villager
Hummie Mann Conductor
Technical Credits
Takashi Shimizu Director
Jeff Betancourt Editor
Kristin M. Burke Costumes/Costume Designer
Drew Crevello Co-producer
Doug Davison Executive Producer
Joe Drake Executive Producer
Rick Findlater Makeup
Takashige Ichise Producer
Nathan Kahane Executive Producer
Kiyoshi Kakizawa Sound Mixer
Akiko Kawano Makeup
Akio Kikuchi Art Director
Michael Kirk Co-producer
Hidekazu Kishiura Special Effects Supervisor
Tomoko Kotakemori Art Director
John Marcynuk Production Designer
Kelly Martin-Wagner Casting
Yuichi Matsui Makeup Special Effects
Sachie Munemura Makeup
Nancy Nayor Casting
Masayasu Okiyama Set Decoration/Design
Paul N.J. Ottosson Sound/Sound Designer
Sam Raimi Producer
Roy Lee Executive Producer
Ryuichi Saeki Asst. Director
Iwao Saito Production Designer
Shintaro Shimosawa Co-producer
Stephen Susco Screenwriter
Miyuki Taniguchi Costumes/Costume Designer
Robert Tapert Producer
Kennedy Taylor Asst. Director
Kelly Wagner Casting
Yusuke Wakabayashi Production Manager
Masashi Yamaguchi Casting
Katsumi Yanagishima Cinematographer
Christopher Young Score Composer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Grudge 2
1. Breakfast [5:52]
2. Haunted Adventure [2:47]
3. The Back Room [2:17]
4. In the Closet [2:32]
5. Karen's in Trouble [2:59]
6. The Hospital [3:07]
7. Aubrey's Concern [4:38]
8. Trish Moves In [3:24]
9. Mystery Person [3:28]
10. Shower Room [2:03]
11. Love Hotel [3:46]
12. Karen's Apartment [4:03]
13. Eason Visits [2:35]
14. Into the Basement [2:34]
15. Overslept [3:21]
16. What Happened? [4:38]
17. House Revisited [3:18]
18. Kayako's Journal [3:17]
19. Investigating Kayako [3:52]
20. Darkroom [2:17]
21. Horrible Discovery [3:27]
22. Hiding [4:43]
23. Spilt Milk [1:33]
24. Peek-a-Boo [2:10]
25. Kayako's Mother [2:05]
26. Something Bad [4:45]
27. Aubrey's Final Decision [1:46]
28. Mystery Revealed [5:30]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- The Grudge 2
   Play Movie
   Languages
      Audio Set Up
         English
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      Subtitles
         English
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   Special Features
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      East Meets West
      The Grudge 2: Storyline Development
      Ready When You Are, Mr. Shimizu
      Cast & Crew Reel Change Montage
      Deleted Scenes
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         When Closet Door Opens
         Itako's Film
         The Passport
      Previews
         Ghost Rider
         Spider-Man 3
         Premonition
         The Grudge
         Crossover
         Casino Royale
         Gridiron Gang
         The Covenant
         The Exorcism of Emily Rose
   Previews
      Ghost Rider
      Spider-Man 3
      Premonition
      The Grudge
      Crossover
      Casino Royale
      Gridiron Gang
      The Covenant
      The Exorcism of Emily Rose
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating 4.5
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    A thrilling movie

    This was a thrilling,exciting movie.The first time i saw this was at my uncles house in stockton,ca.It was scary and emotional for some people.i recommend this story if you want a scary,chill down your spine,night.If you like this one you won't wait for the 3rd movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    one of the best i've seen in a while!

    this movie is really cool & well made.and yes,it is very scary!!it's like a maze.you have to keep on looking til it ends.i think all the performances were very great especiliy arielle kebbel's she play the perfect unsecure teen!and the end makes you want to know whats gonna happen next!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I love this movie

    This movie will challenge your mind and your soul and you will finally find out what really happened. It was really amazing and I loved it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Mediocre

    This movie was ok. The first one was better even though there was no point to it. Not to mention, I hate those movies that have the "you didn't really end up killing the bad guy like you thought" ending. Especially when there's no reason the curse should still be there. Dumb. The only movies that ending worked on was the Phantasm quadrilogy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Grudge 2

    This is even scarier than the first but equally both movies are scary, just that this one had more scary moments, though the story got a little confusing near the end.

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    Posted May 7, 2010

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    Posted August 17, 2009

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