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GRUDGE 2 NEWS:

'Grudge 2' Editor Has Date with the Boogeyman

October 10, 2006 -- From one PG-13 horror film sequel produced by Sam Raimi to another! Production Weekly reports that the editor of "Grudge 2" is set to direct "Boogyeman 2." Jeff Betancourt, the editor on the upcoming sequel “The Grudge 2,” is set to make his directorial debut on another horror sequel “Boogeyman 2.” Penned by Brian Sieve, (The Wes Craven produced “Ambrose Fountain”) the script centers on a young woman with a long-term phobia of the boogeyman, who voluntarily checks herself into a mental health facility with the hope of conquering her overwhelming fears. However, much to her horror, she discovers that some things are terrifying on purpose, and confronting her demons was not the best course of action. Production is scheduled to begin late November in Los Angeles. Betancourt’s cutting credits also include “When a Stranger Calls,” “The Exorcism of Emily Rose” and “The Grudge.”

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'Grudge 2' Webisode: 'The School

October 5, 2006 -- We've just posted the second "Webisode" in the "Grudge 2" series of short films to promote the Oct. 13 movie. Click here to watch a Quicktime version of "The School."

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'Grudge 2' Webisode

Sept. 26, 2006 -- Esplatter is posting -- for a very limited time -- a Webisode for "Grudge 2." Basically a short film inspired by the movie.


Directed by Takashi Shimizu (who also directed the original series not to mention the first American remake) and written by Stephen Susco, the film is produced by Sam Raimi and sees the return of Sarah Michelle Gellar. It also stars Amber Tamblyn, Arielle Kebbel, and Teresa Palmer. It's not a remake of the Japanese "Grudge 2."

Click here to download a gigantic Quicktime file of the first Webisode of the film. This will be available for a very, very limited time. Click here for the official site. "Grudge 2," sequel to the well-received English-language remake of the Japanese classic is hitting screens Oct. 13.

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