You remember the creepy little girl who crawled out of the TV and killed all of those people in The Ring, right? Well here she is throwing out the first pitch at a baseball game in Japan. Super fun idea, everyone. Yipes!
Thus far, the presence of 3D in movies has had a dubious effect. Directors tend to use it to create cheap jump-in-your-seat moments or shower the audience in virtual gore. But Sadako 3D, the latest installment in the Ringu film series may manage to use the technology to a genuinely creepy end. After all, Sadako was…
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Creepy children who can see the future are a mainstay of movies and television — and a surprising number of them are artistically gifted. Put a crayon or magic marker in the hands of a little prophet, and he/she will draw you a deathly masterpiece every time.
In this clip from a Japanese candid camera program, a fellow sits down to use a mirror and is immediately harassed by angry ghosts straight out of Ringu (or perhaps Hausu). Shit gets extremely real around the 30-second mark.
It's official: U.S. audiences decided not to let in Let Me In. The U.S. remake of the Swedish vampire classic crashed and burned. But most other domestic horror remakes have been critical or box-office failures. Check out our damning statistics.
That creepy little girl is back for a third installment of The Ring movie series, but this time the she-devil is coming at you in 3D. Which can only mean that everyone watching the new movie will immediately die. [THR]
We've spent this week talking about horror in all its myriad forms: scary sex scenes, terrible monsters, and mental horrors. But some of the most haunting and terrifying horror stories aren't merely terrifying; they're also terribly sad.