The only way to permanently expunge the curse is to pit Sadako against another vengeful spirit so both obliterate each other. Kyoko leaves the file for her brother at his realty office. As the social worker watches, manifests behind her. Nobuyuki and Kyoko remain possessed. If it tastes foul to them, then they are more susceptible to the vengeful curse. It is a of the and the series. Tatsuya and his father do it in the third.
Does that raise another eyebrow with respect to a strange division of runtime between the six shorts? He also posits that Kayako Saeki possessed Yoshimi Kitada. Shunsuke and Takeo do it in the first segment. An Instagram account was created for Kayako and Toshio, depicting humorous, everyday life situation with the two ghosts. Kyoko does it in the second. Kyoko walks past the house on the way and sees Yoshimi Kitada, the wife of the new owner, in a seeming state of possession through the window. Masaki Saisho, who played Kayako in and , does not appear in the film either.
. When a despondent Natsumi blames Yuri for her situation, Yuri watches the tape, hoping that this will pass the curse on to her and Natsumi will be spared. A couple of other videos were released at the same time, featuring the ghosts of the movie teaching theater etiquette, such as not bringing recording devices or avoiding to take minors to see the movie. Saori — Saori and her friend Kasumi explore the cursed home while it is left unattended for a realty open house. Her psychic insight tells her that because evil spirits can corrupt sake, prospective buyers must drink from a bottle left inside the house.
In the end of May, a press conference was held to promote the movie. Tatsuya — At the Kitada home, Yoshimi receives an envelope of papers relating to the Saekis. Soon after, she suddenly murders her husband Hiroshi with a frying pan. Sadakaya suddenly teleports to the screen, emitting a final death rattle. Desperate, the girls go to Morishige, their professor and an author on. The mass falls into the well presumably crushing Yuri to death. Morishige takes the girls to an exorcist in the hopes that she can save Natsumi.
Nobuyuki — Two Kayako ghosts crawl after Nobuyuki at his school. Kyoko researches the Murakami family tragedy and learns about the Saeki family as well. This makes Runa Endo, the fifth actress to play Kayako counting , who starred in and Anna Moon in. However, Keizo arrives, accompanied by a blind psychic girl, Tamao, who tells Yuri that she has just unnecessarily cursed herself. Yuri gets distracted by her phone, leaving Natsumi to watch the tape in its entirety by herself. As Yuri hears that Natsumi has uploaded the cursed tape onto the Internet, Natsumi tries to commit suicide to escape her imminent death. These are sometimes also known as Juon: The Curse and Juon: The Curse 2.
Kyoko later learns that Tatsuya sold the house when he calls asking her to visit his troubled son Nobuyuki. Yuri chooses to sacrifice herself, jumping into the well as Sadako and Kayako begin to rush towards her, resulting in a massive collision that instantly bisects Keizo and forms a contorting mass of flesh, hair and eyes. Elsewhere, Takeo stumbles from a payphone while covered in blood. The social worker is eventually killed with a knife slitting her throat. The two girls drink from a sake bottle and discover it tastes foul as the distinctive croaks of Kayako and Toshio are heard.
She later runs into Keizo and Tamao, who states that the house beckons to Suzuka. A second sequel, The Grudge 3 2009 , was executive-produced by Shimizu and helmed by director. Whilst Yuri rushes to save Natsumi, Sadako appears before Natsumi and kills her via hanging. The end of the vote was scheduled for the 17th of June. Two videos, one for Sadako and one for Kayako and Toshio, were uploaded on YouTube to appeal on the voters. The plot centres around a curse born of someone dying in the grip of powerful anger, which follows anyone coming into contact with it. A Twitter account created for Sadako as a promotion for the movie was reused.
A limitation like this is an awful one to have as a horror filmmaker. Keizo warns her not to enter or she will be killed. At first both spirits seem to overpower the other but ultimately the bout ends in a stalemate. Keizo reveals his last resort: one of the girls has to lure both ghosts into the well so they can be sealed inside. Kamio puts together that the Saeki, Murakami, Kobayashi, Suzuki, and Kitada deaths and disappearances are connected. However, Kayako and Toshio violently drag all of them to their demise, including the schoolboy and the group leader who gets killed by having his head snapped off by Toshio.
She suddenly goes to the upper level of the shop and leaps to her death. Tatsuya and his parents discuss what to do about Kyoko, who is now in a state of possession. The first clue that this is what went down can be seen from outer space. Mainly because they function as a singular entity. Toshio appears behind them, taunting their fates, which are ultimately left unknown.
Keizo orders Yuri and Suzuka to flee, upon realizing that his plan failed. Meanwhile, high school student Suzuka Takagi starts having dreams of the haunted Saeki house after moving in nearby with her family. Shimizu eventually helmed a bigger-budget production partly as a further instalments and partly as a remake, Ju-on: The Grudge 2003. However, Sadako possesses Natsumi and forces the two assistants to kill themselves, before the exorcist begins to boil from the inside and kills Morishige for interfering. The film was first teased as an on April 1, 2015, but was later confirmed on December 10, 2015, to be a real production.