Directed by Hideo Nakata
Picking up where its predecessor left off, RING 2 finds Mai (Miki Nakatani) on the trail of the missing Reiko, Ring's heroine, following a string of deaths in which she appears to be implicated. Teaming up with one of Reiko's former colleagues, Mai delves ever deeper into urban legend surrounding the cursed videotape... and soon finds herself incurring the wrath of Sadako's vengeful spirit.
One year after the success of his horror classic Ring, director Hideo Nakata returned to the world of viral video to deliver his own follow-up.
Cast: Miki Nakatani, Hitomi Sato
Way better than the yankee jump scare shit of course.Also the sound design brilliant not overwhelming and old school.Well yeah it’s 20+ years old...
it's hard to watch it without comparing it to the first one, and though it might be an alright movie in its own right, it's simply nowhere near as good as the first one. it has a few redeeming scenes but overall the narrative is much messier and it doesn't succeed in creating the same atmosphere of tension and urgency that made the first one so great.
@JudyKell So you're going to rag on a couple of "white girls" because they don't know how to pronounce Japanese words? Be still my fucking heart. Not all of us sit around all day on hentai subreddits with our waifu pillows trying to convince the world we alone hold the entire knowledge of the Japanese culture. Learning Japanese from anime pedophile porn doesn't make you a native speaker, you cretin.
I really liked the ending in the well, but the rest was honestly pretty boring.