The Grudge

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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

A house is cursed by a vengeful ghost that dooms those who enter it with a violent death.

Cast

  • Tara Westwood
  • Junko Bailey
  • David Lawrence Brown
  • Zoe Fish
  • Andrea Riseborough
  • John J. Hansen
  • Demián Bichir
  • Joel Marsh Garland
  • Bradley Sawatzky
  • Duke

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Verified Review
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Don't waste ur money go to Mcdonalds instead not a joke

KC
Kephren C
Verified Review

Don’t waste your time not scary at all and very predictable

AR
Alexis R

Metacritic

25
Mar 26, 2020

Three films into his career, Pesce is batting below average: Last year, he dropped his inventive sophomore stunner, Piercing, and demonstrated range and precision not as evident in his hollow, unrepentantly nasty debut The Eyes of My Mother. With The Grudge, the worst proclivities of that movie override the sensibilities of Piercing and combine with studio horror’s “just play the hits” ethos, resulting in one of the year’s most unpleasant releases to date.

Andrew Crump
Paste Magazine
30
Jan 3, 2020

Nothing here is left to the imagination, Pesce running down the list of clichés and ensuring he includes every single one. Once the realization that this is yet another cheap-o retread settles in (about 10 minutes in), the rest becomes agonizingly painful to sit through.

Metacritic review by Alex Saveliev
Alex Saveliev
Film Threat
30
Jan 2, 2020

Nearly devoid of scares for the casual horror consumer, it will likely elicit a respectful dismissal from genre connoisseurs: We get what you're trying to do, they might gently say to the filmmakers. It didn't work.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter