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G-G-G-GHOSTS!!!! JU-ON (THE GRUDGE) videogame looks scarier than the movies! by DARK SIDE

Posted on May 4th, 2009
Posted on May 4th, 2009
Im living in your laundry hamper!

I'm living in your laundry hamper!

It’s a shame that people have gotten so down on the “Ju-on” series of films and remakes. Strike that, I mean the first one. Umm… actually I have no idea which one I saw. Believe it or not there are eight films in this franchise. Apparently the first two films were remade in Japan first, then remade again for American audiences (I seemed to have missed one in there, but I digress). My point is that whichever Japanese version I actually saw was one of the scariest movies I’ve ever seen.

Flash forward to present day. With the English-language “Grudge 3” about to hit DVD, even more surprising news about the franchise was just released… “Ju-on: The Videogame” (Kyôfu Taikan: Ju-on) for Nintendo Wii. I know, it’s not a movie, BUT… it looks like a scarier experience than any of the films and I couldn’t sit on the news. Now maybe if I post the trailer that spooky, long-haired Japanese woman that lives in my A/C vent will stop staring at me…

There. If you paid attention to the final couple of seconds at the end, you probably look like this:
Birds scary as shit 2
This game is no joke. Apparently it’s only set to release in Japan so far, but I imagine the buzz this trailer is already creating on English-speaking sites will change that quickly.

Here’s the trailer to what (I think?) is the version of “Ju-on” I saw that freaked me the hell out…

Now if you’ll excuse me, I gotta call this guys to clean out my A/C vents:

-Dark Side

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