The Grudge 3
The Grudge 3 (2009)

The ghosts of Kayako and Toshio return to spread terror as the Grudge saga continues in this sequel featuring Saw star Shawnee Smith. Jake (Matthew Knight) may have survived the previous supernatural onslaught, though the sheer terror of… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: March 24, 2009
DVD Release Date: May 12, 2009
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Heather Wixson
Dread Central

The Grudge 3 isn't perfect, and sometimes the film feels like it's trying a little too hard to emulate Shimizu's work. Ultimately though, the 3rd act left me feeling like the series had finally come to a satisfying resolution.

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Steve Biodrowski

Perhaps the most perplexing cinematic mystery of the new millenium is why and how Ghosthouse Productions managed to run their Grudge franchise into the depths of the direct-to-video abyss so quickly.

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Lee ?
Passable sequel that picks up right after the previous film. The first two films milked the most out of the story and scares so this one had little surprising… More
Lafe Fredbjornson
In the Grudge 2 - the Japanese Grudge curse stowed away to America. The direct-to-video Grudge 3 takes place in the same Chicago apartment building, which gets… More
Nicki Marie
I had my doubts about this one after reading so many bad reviews, so quite honestly, it could only be an improvement on what I was imagining. I found this not… More
Dean McKenna
This straight-to-DVD of third <i>Grudge</i> series is even worse than the others as well as it is simply the same story told yet again and the… More
Dean King
An ok 3rd installment, although straight to DVD release. Lower budget but the production is pretty good, but it's just not as creepy as the first two. The… More
Dann Michalski
Generic and uninspired, The Grudge 3 is a vapid and pointless horror film. The story follows the evil spirit of Kayako as it attempts to renew the curse in a… More

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