Comment The now very famous Ring movie. This is a really nice looking rip for a really great movie.
If you don't have it get this one. If you've only ever seen the american version then you've really been missing out, this is leagues and oceans ahead of that crap. A hundred times creepier and a thousand times more atmospheric.
Tagline: "One curse, one cure, one week to find it"
Plot Outline: A mysterious video kills whomever views it, unless that viewer can solve its mystery.
Plot Synopsis: After the death of her cousin Tomoko, reporter Reiko hears stories of a videotape that kills everyone who sees it exactly one week after viewing. At first she discounts the rumors, but when she learns that Tomoko's friend (who watched the video with her) died at exactly the same time, she begins to investigate. After viewing the tape herself, strange things start happening, and so she teams up with her ex-husband to try to stop the death clock that has once again begun ticking.
Review: A grainy, enigmatic videotape has the power to kill people seven days after they watch it. This brilliant premise fueled the 2002 Hollywood hit The Ring, but before that it conquered Japan in Ringu, Hideo Nakata's quietly unsettling study in terror. Fans of the U.S. version will find a less elaborate storyline and more primal fear in the original; the basic plot, however, still has a worried reporter (Nanako Matsushima) tracking down the meaning of the video--and, having watched it herself, she has only a week to work. The film's calm, economical style actually adds to the creeping sense of dread throughout, and the hair-curling set-pieces stand out in contrast. Like an old photograph of something evil, Ringu has the strange-but-familiar power to unnerve. Guaranteed, its effect will linger for at least seven days. Longer... if you're lucky.
The best rip available, far better than all available scene and custom rips i've seen. USB is sharing with jumpstart, so although you won't see him as one until the file is completely transferred, he is.
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