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The Grudge 2 (13-Oct-2006)

Director: Takashi Shimizu

Writer: Stephen Susco

Keywords: Horror

Sequel to 2004's The Grudge details three interconnected stories involving the infamous spooky ghost of Grudge fame.

ABSTRACT
Sequel to The Grudge (2004). Two years on from the events of The Grudge, Karen Davis's sister Aubrey is asked to travel to Tokyo to retrieve her and return to Pasadena; Karen meets a terrible end, compelling Aubrey to start an investigation that ultimately places her in a similar ghoulish predicament. Three high schoolers in Tokyo decide to visit the infamous haunted house for themselves; they, two, are placed at the mercy of the infamous Grudge ghost. Rounding out The Grudge 2's anthology of scary stories is a tale of a Chicago apartment building soon mired in its own hellish ordeal when a woman with a dark secret moves in.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jennifer Beals
Actor
19-Dec-1963   Flashdance
Joanna Cassidy
Actor
2-Aug-1945   Snake-charmer in Blade Runner
Edison Chen
Actor
7-Oct-1980   Infernal Affairs II
Jenna Dewan
Actor
3-Dec-1980   Tamara
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Actor
14-Apr-1977   Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Arielle Kebbel
Actor
19-Feb-1985   The Grudge 2
Teresa Palmer
Actor
26-Feb-1986   I Am Number Four
Sarah Roemer
Actor
28-Aug-1984   Disturbia
Amber Tamblyn
Actor
14-May-1983   Joan of Arcadia

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