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Terror returns to the big screen over a decade later

April Serrano

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Viewers are killed seven days after watching this haunted video.

The highly anticipated horror movie “Rings” finally hits theaters as the next installment in the thrilling series.

In this thrilling sequel to “Rings,” the movie tells the story of a woman named Julia (Matilda Anna Ingrid Lutz), who takes it upon herself to watch a movie that is known to kill anyone who watches it seven days after it is viewed. The video is of a girl Samara (Bonnie Morgan), who comes back for revenge after her death. With the help of her boyfriend Holt (Alex Roe), Julia tries to escape from the horrid curse at hand.

Julia is helped by Burke (Vincent D’Onofrio), who knows of the curse. Burke uses his knowledge to help decipher the events of each day of torture. As the seventh day approaches, Julia and Holt try to flee before the curse catches up to them and put others in danger in the process.

The first “Rings” installment was made in 2002 as an intense story about a journalist Rachel Keller (Naomi Watts), who discovers the tapes and tries to investigate the mythical curse. With her life running out after watching the tapes, Rachel tries to figure out a way to save herself and her son.

The movie is directed by F. Javier Gutiérrez and is not yet rated. This thrilling horror hits the big screen on Feb 3.

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One Response to “Terror returns to the big screen over a decade later”

  1. Jar Jar Binks on February 2nd, 2017 8:11 pm

    Coming to Horror Nights 2017. Already calling it

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Terror returns to the big screen over a decade later