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Ju-On: The Grudge 2, the second feature-length outing of Kayako and son, takes the same non-linear approach to narrative as its predecessors, allowing its seemingly self-contained episodes to circle gradually in on the event that kick-started all the horror, with little concern for the conventions of chronology or spatial continuity.
Ju-On: The Grudge 2 may not have you jumping out of your seat with terror, but its labyrinthine irrationality proves far more haunting and uncanny than the cheap thrills and excessive exposition that have come to characterise Hollywood’s reimaginings of J-horror.
Yet what has prevented these serial hauntings from falling victim to the law of diminishing returns has been the ongoing, active involvement of writer/director Takashi Shimizu, who over many years has honed to creepy perfection the ever-expanding universe in which the Saeki grudge manifests itself.
This has been Shimizu’s vision from first to last, and he knows how to stay true to its vengeful-corpse-in-the-attic origins while making it continue to seem fresh.
Sawako (Hikari Mitsushima) has lived in Tokyo for five years, is working her fifth office job, and is dating her fifth boyfriend, who is also her boss at the office.
Her life with her boyfriend Kenichi (Masashi Endo) and his daughter from a previous marriage, Kayoko (Kira Aihara), feels like a “compromise,” and she endures each day feeling distressed about her career and love life.