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if the other film had no reason to be watched this one has much less.
Different doesn't feel like part of the same franchise and also left the ending on a cliffhanger
The best of a bad bunch, The Grudge 3 demonstrates the most competent plot of the franchise thus far. The series' history of poor acting and horrific character decision-making rears its ugly head once again in this film, even causing one to occasionally root against the protagonists - the weakest that the Grudge series has seen to this point.
A good prequel, a curse that spreads like a virus is very freaky and very disturbing.
Good, get a hype for the 2019 remake
I honestly think Tommy Wiseau's The Room was better then this
The final nail in the coffin for this franchise. Nonsensical and nothing we haven't seen before. The more Grudge movies they come out with, the less and less scary the ghost becomes.
This hapless addition to The Grudge series just about tries and just about fails at every turn. It's watchable but for Ju On, that's nowhere near enough.
This movie is the proof that making any Grudge movies without Takashi Shimizu and Takako Fuji is pointless. The complete transition of Ju-On curse to Chicago didn't work out as well, cursed house in Tokyo is essential, at least partially. Movie was not scary, nor terrifying - rather full of cheap jumpscare sound effects. Ghosts were pityful (Kayako's moves went through a really, really bad speed-up), and the "cliffhanger" was very cliché, total copy of the one frome "The Grudge". Maybe two scenes contained bloodless, "weird" Asian scare, and it proves that more blood is not the way to improve horror flick, not about Ju-On. I will not watch any other american Grudge movie without involvement of Shimizu-san and Fuji-san, period.
So bad it's laughable...the worst in the series!!!