7 edition of Ju-On found in the catalog.
March 29, 2006
by Dark Horse
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
Note: This page is for the Japanese films only. For the American series, see The Grudge.. Ju-on is a Japanese horror film series, directed by Takashi are currently nine films in the series, including a crossover film, as well as two short films (Katasumi/In A Corner and ), which were released prior to the first film (and are featured on the Director's Cut DVD release of. The book serves as an excellent primer for readers without prior knowledge of Japanese horror or the Ju-on film cycle, while providing fresh perspectives on the .
Ju-On is a scary movie that brilliantly blends many horror elements together; as you watch Ju-On, you'll see some creepy imagery, like the pale Toshio, you'll hear the iconic screeching phone call, and feel the dreadful tension of being watched by the paranormal. (Toshio often creeps around in the background, hauntingly watching.)/5(65). Ju-on, one of the most critically hailed Japanese horror films and the basis for The Grudge, gets this surprisingly deluxe, high-quality stateside DVD release from Lions Gate Home feature, presented in the aspect ratio, offers glorious picture quality, rich darks, and vivid colors. Further sucking viewers into the film's frightening world are superb audio tracks Brand: Lions Gate.
Ju-on is the first in a series of novels based on the Ju-on film series, written by Kei Ohishi and released in The novel elaborates on the background of Kayako Saeki, Takeo Saeki, and the Saeki murders, also elaborating on the events & characters of Ju-on: The Curse, Ju-on: The Curse 2, and Ju-on: The Grudge. The novel was translated by Joe Swift and published by Dark Horse Manga in the Author: Kei Ohishi Joe Swift (Translator). The Grudge is a supernatural horror film directed by Takashi Shimizu, written by Stephen Susco, and produced by Sam Raimi, Robert Tapert, and Takashige Ichise.A remake of Shimizu's Japanese horror film Ju-On: The Grudge, it stars Sarah Michelle Gellar, Jason Behr, KaDee Strickland, Clea DuVall, and Bill Pullman, and is the first installment in The Grudge film series which is based on Music by: Christopher Young.
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This book adds many things to the plot and after reading this book I u nderstand more of the ju-on and the whys and some questions I wondered after seeing the movie. Well the initial parts are way better and the plot was well conceived.I enjoyed the book and read only at night/5.
This novelization covers the Ju-on cycle; Ju-on: The Curse, Ju-on: The Grudge, and Ju-on II. It also provides spoilers for the American films The Grudge and the Grudge 2.
The original Japanese direct-to-video short films in The Curse are diffcult to find in the US, and fortunately they aren't absolutely necessary to understanding and 4/5(16).
The art for this book is excellent, having an almost realistic feel to it. Like the movie and the manga book before it, this contains violence, death, and a few surprising creepy images. There is no schoolgirl sequence as in the film, though I thought that was out of place anyway.
"Ju-On 2" is a /5(10). Ju-On book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Takashi Shimizu's Ju-on franchise was a principal instigator in the rise of contemporary Japanese horror and its international popularity at the turn of the millennium.
Following the success of Hideo Nakata's Ringu (), the first cinematic release of Ju-on: The Grudge in crystallized Japanese horror's rise to prominence and outlined the new decade's thematic interest in supernatural.
Ju-on: The Grudge is the third movie in the Ju-on series by Japanese writer and director Takashi first two movies in the Ju-on series include Ju-on () (aka Ju-on: The Curse) () and Ju-on 2 () (aka Ju-on: The Curse 2) (), both of which were made for Japanese TV.
This movie, Ju-on: The Grudge, was made for Japanese cinematic release and followed by Ju-on 2 () (aka. Ju-on: A Novel. 66 likes. The original Japanese movies set a new standard for horror filmmaking and storytelling. The novel is just as chilling, and just as ers: Are you into horror movies.
If yes, it's time to break down one of the most iconic Asian horror series: Ju On. Jason breaks down the Ju On series (minor spoilers) in his review. Does the Ju On. The art for this book is excellent, having an almost realistic feel to it.
Like the movie and the manga book before it, this contains violence, death, and a few surprising creepy images. There is no schoolgirl sequence as in the film, though I thought that was out of place anyway.
"Ju-On 2" is a very good horror manga/5(3). View the profiles of people named Ju Ju. Join Facebook to connect with Ju Ju and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes.
Ju-On: White Ghost and Ju-On: Black Ghost () To celebrate 10 years of Ju-On, two almost totally unrelated spin-offs were shot concurrently for a limited Japanese theatrical release. Cam’ron’s girlfriend JuJu has been enjoying the spotlight on Season 7 of Love & Hip Hop: New York.
During the recent girl’s trip to Mexico, JuJu told the other women that she is writing a book named Secrets of a Jewel. The book stirred up some drama with JuJu and Yandy Smith in recent episodes because Yandy believed some of her storylines had been jacked for JuJu’s : Shaunee Flowers.
Ju-on: The Final Curse (呪怨 -ザ・ファイナル- Ju-on -Za Fainaru-) is a Japanese supernatural horror film and the eleventh and final installment of the Ju-on film was produced and co-written by Takashige Ichise and directed and co-written by Masayuki follows the new continuity established in Ju-on: The Beginning of the ed by: Masayuki Ochiai.
In Japan, ju-on is a deadly curse that takes on a life of its own. Always seeking new victims, it's a grudge that doesn't stop-it can't be stopped. Anyone unfortunate enough to meet up with a ghost killed by the grudge is then killed-and so it : Ju-On: Video Side is the graphic novel based on Takashi Shimuzu's horror film Ju-On:The Curse.
The manga, conveyed to the page by Miki Rinno, maintains the shockingly bloody scenes from Shimizu's original play, but lacks the subtle suspense and gentle sympathy/5(3).
A Ju-On TV series isn't the only project based on the franchise fans can look forward to next year, with another remake, The Grudge, hitting theaters in : Patrick Cavanaugh. Directed by Takashi Shimizu. With Megumi Okina, Misaki Itô, Misa Uehara, Yui Ichikawa.
A mysterious and vengeful spirit marks and pursues anybody who /10(K). A parody of JuJu on that Beat that celebrates reading. The Fairfield team won first place in the FWCS Employee Video Contest. Takashi Shimizu's Ju-on franchise was a principal instigator in the rise of contemporary Japanese horror and its international popularity at the turn of the millennium.
Following the success of Hideo Nakata's Ringu (), the first cinematic release of Ju-on: The Grudge in crystallized Japanese horror's rise to prominence and outlined the new decade's thematic interest in supernatural Brand: Marisa Hayes.
It’s been reported that Netflix will turn Japanese ghost movie franchise Ju-On into an original series next year. Originally remade in America as The Grudge, the series adaptation will lean Author: Isaac Rouse. Get this from a library!
Ju-on = The grudge. [Marisa C Hayes] -- Takashi Shimizu's Ju-on franchise was a principal instigator in the rise of contemporary Japanese horror and its international popularity at the turn of the millennium. Following the success of Hideo.
If Ringu created an international following for J-Horror, Ju-On cemented it. More violent and creepier than its forerunner, Takashi Shimizu takes an old Japanese ghost story about a woman’s curse and turns it into the basis for one of the scariest movies of all time. Harbingered by a creepy kid, the shadowy specter makes an eerie croaking sound, before sucking the life force from its victims 5/5.Ju-On by Kei Ohishi and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Ju-on by Kei Ohishi - AbeBooks Passion for books.