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April 5, 2023 – 09:35 am

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, Ringu ? ) è un film horror giapponese diretto da Hideo Nakata , tratto dell' omonimo romanzo di Koji Suzuki ispirato dalla storia popolare Banchō Sarayashiki . Ring (リング, Ringu ? ) is a Japanese horror film directed by Hideo Nakata , tract of ' eponymous novel by Koji Suzuki inspired by the popular story Bancho Sarayashiki . Among the actors, Nanako Matsushima , Hiroyuki Sanada , and Rikiya Otaka , a family cursed by a videotape.

Reiko Asakawa is a journalist who is investigating the unexplained death of his niece and some of her friends who, it is said, had seen the contents of a videotape exactly one week before his death.

Research the lead in a holiday resort where you will find the cassette, which contains a series of surreal images, and seeing also becomes a victim of the curse.

Aided by her ex-husband Ryūji (Hiroyuki Sanada), the protagonist discovers some information about its mysterious content and realizes that a woman (who appears in the movie) is Shizuko, a psychic who died long ago. In addition, the daughter of Shizuko, Sadako , who is also thirty years before she was killed is a vengeful spirit that has produced the curse. As the week is about to expire, Reiko and her family have to break the curse in order to save.

In 2003 , the film was published in Italy thanks to the dubbing of the ETS - European Television Service, and was imposed on DVD by Dynit. The disc contains the original Japanese audio and the Italian and subtitles are available in the latter language. The extras are "The video of Sadako", "Filmographies", "Trailers original" and "Trailers of other films distributed by Dynit." The film was also part of the collection "Asian Terror", a collection of DeAgostini where the twenty-five largest Japanese horror are sent on newsstands every two weeks, what happened in 2004. Ring it was the first of the twenty-five films to be distributed on the newsstands of the Asian Terror. Inside the box was dealt a postcard of the film and a booklet that tells the story and if it is put together with the other books of the later films will form a complete book. The DVD of the Asian Terror are now out of print, but the original versions of all the movies on DVD are still on the market. In the collection there were also the Ju-On , Uzumaki , Ring 2 , Ring 0: Birthday , Spiral , The Call - Do not respond and many others.

In Japan were filmed two sequels : Spiral (also of 1998 ) and Ring 2 (of 1999 ) and a prequel : Ring 0: Birthday ( 2000 ). In 2012 was released a spin-off, Sadako 3D and its sequel will be released in August in Japan, Sadako 3D 2


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Uggg! I'm sick of Asian horror movies.

My guess is that the best Asian horror movies get distributed outside of Asia or make it in into the English language media but the other 90% of those formulaic crap movies, you are lucky enough to be spared from.
In Thailand, there are the ghost of the month and the real tortue porn movies ("Saw" is comparitively lightweight and has something of a plot). Japan has the laughably, partially animated stuff like the "Deathnote" series.
"you'll find the Asian movies to be much better at horror films than Hollywood is." Maybe if you're talking about the top ten percent of Asian movies.

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Channel is Channel 69 in Oakland on Comcast. It has some wonderful international and local Asian focused programming, especially movies. They show many hard to find Asian horror movies, anime and some old favories such as Eat Drink Man Woman. I watched a great Indian movie on yesterday afternoon called Fiza. Most all their movies are subtitled which I love, though they occassionally dub somethings. Saturday's at 7:00 they always show a movie.
This is in follow -up to this post:

The Asians stick to ghosts

And spirits of dead people for their movies. That's my impression anyway. For a while, Hollywood was remaking a number of Asian horror movies, but that seems to have stopped after Jessica Alba pretended to be blind in that remake of a Thai movie.
The Ninja/Western mashup movie The Warrior's Way did poorly at the box office, so I don't think we'll get many ninja movies.

SHOWBIZ: Haunted by history  — New Straits Times
I'm a huge fan of Rosemary's Baby. I like horror movies because they're a reflection of the culture. Asian horror movies have taken charge, I must say, over the years. We have the popular Ju-On and The Ring series.

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