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The Ring Virus

The Ring Virus

The Ring Virus  MOVIE

This Movie is the Korean remake of the Ring. (1999) .After the mysterious death of her niece and other three teenagers on the same hour and with the symptoms of heart attack, the journalist Sun-ju decides to investigate their last moments.

She discloses that the four friends had just watched a videotape exactly one week before their death in a resort.




Ozzy007 (8/15/2008 @ 8:28 pm)
Good movie I have seen the American version.
ngnf (11/9/2008 @ 5:47 am)
shinisekaimo (1/19/2009 @ 6:23 pm)
it\'s not loadin .. whyyy??
antonszander (1/25/2009 @ 12:13 pm)
shinisekaimo maybe your pc is old works perfect for me and im using IE good film 7/10 not as scary as the japanese version tho : )
Seph (2/27/2009 @ 2:25 pm)
Closer to the book in some ways but too boring. The Japanese version is similar to the book but is the best Sadako experience you\'ll ever get.
I saw Ringu then read the book years later. Reading it almost spoiled everything I liked about Sadako. I cannot recommend it. If you like Ringu, keep it at that.
Korean version, 5/10
Zodiac (5/8/2009 @ 5:59 pm)
I disagree. I think after reading the entire series (ring/spiral/loop/birthday) that you grow more appreciative of Sadako, knowing just what she is. The books make her into alot more then you seen in any of the movies, and if it were not for the matrix stealing the overall theme, Loop would have been made.

Its an amazing work, in total.

Flick (6/5/2009 @ 5:13 am)
This simply isn\'t as good as the Japanese Ringu. It doesn\'t create tension in the same way, and it\'s difficult to watch it without comparing. The cinematography seems cheaper, and I\'m often reminded that there is a person behind the camera (breaks in the temporal and spacial verisimilitude). Also, the choice of actress for the female protagonist was more difficult for me to empathise with, or believe in. Anyway, make up your own minds by watching it, but personally I would choose to watch the Japanese Ringu before any other remake.
JadeMoon (7/7/2009 @ 6:56 am)
What IS Sadako anyway. I have never read the series and that always made me curious.
Youki (7/10/2009 @ 10:24 am)
its not uploading and my PC is new~~

and the books, after i read them i understand more about Sadako
Ando (7/20/2009 @ 2:22 pm)
I agree with Seph. The Japanese Ringu film has a sense of supernatural dread missing from the books, which quickly go more sci-fi than ghost story. The back story and nature of Sadako differs depending on which film you see, (e.g. Rasen is much more like the book, whereas Ring 2 develops its own mythology). I prefer Nakata\'s vision to Suzuki\'s, even tho the books came first. In interviews Suzuki seems to express a lack of interest in horror, and disappointment in Nakata\'s lack of fidelity to the book (tho this might be me reading too much into his comments - he is, of course very polite).
kane (10/13/2009 @ 3:06 am)
the movie loads but only a black screen?
i would have loved to watch this :(
kane (10/13/2009 @ 3:15 am)
could someone pls fix this?
plop888 (1/27/2010 @ 8:39 pm)
An interesting take on the Ring story. 8/10 bones.
Thanks for posting.
Thanks, also, to all who mentioned the books. I didn't know this has a literary basis.