Sadako 2 -3D- (2013)
Sadako 2 -3D- is a 2013 Japanese horror movie directed by Tsutomu Hanabusa and written by Koji Suzuki.
Warning: Indirect spoilers for the original Sadako 3D ahead...
5 years after Sadako's curse was spread via a bizarre internet video, a series of sudden unexplained deaths and a rash of disappearances leads to an investigation which reveals the re-emergence of a “video curse”. Akane Ayukawa gave birth to a daughter named Nagi four years ago, but died soon after. Takanori subsequently quit his job and began living a life of retirement, but kept his past a secret from his younger sister, Fuuko.
Soon, a connection to Sadako is revealed as strange incidents begin occurring around Fuuko’s niece.
|Miori Takimoto||Fuuko Ando|
|Koji Seto||Takanori Ando|
|Satomi Ishihara||Akane Ayukawa|
|Ryosei Tayama||Detective Yūgo Koiso|
- Similar to the original Sadako 3D, the film got a separate "4D" release incorporating the mobile phones of moviegoers. Viewers were able to download a special app which synchronized with on-screen events for added immersion and scares.
- The character of Takanori actually first appeared in the 1998 film Rasen, having been resurrected as a clone by Sadako with the help of his father Mitsuo Ando.
On Saturday, the character Sadako from the Ring horror series threw out the ceremonial first pitch for the Lions at Seibu Dome in Tokorozawa, Saitama Prefecture to promote the August 30 release of...1 year ago
On Friday, the vengeance-fueled, curse-spreading entity known as Sadako served as manager for a day at the Ikebukuro east entrance Lotteria fast-food restaurant to promote the August 30 release of...1 year ago
Following on the success of last year’s smash hit horror film Sadako 3D, which earned over 1.5 billion yen at the box office, director Tsutomu Hanabusa and writer Koji Suzuki quickly got to work on...1 year ago
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- Ring (1998)
- Rasen (1998)
- Ring 2 (1999)
- Ring 0: Birthday (2000)
- Sadako 3D (2012)
- Sadako 2 -3D- (2013)