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Six months after encountering Samara and her killer video tape, Rachel Keller and her son Aiden leave the city to live in a small rural town where they think they'll be safe. Soon after they arrive, however, Rachel hears about a college student who died nearby in circumstances similar to Samara's past victims. Now it appears that Aiden's life is in danger from Samara once more, and Rachel must investigate the little girl's past if she wants to save her son.
Fear comes full circle.
Title: Ring Two, The
Release Date: March 18, 2005
Runtime: 110 mins
All Genres: Horror
Sound: DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
IMDB Rating: 5.1
Buried.com Rating: 6.1 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With R
MPAA Rating: PG-13
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated PG-13 for violence/terror, disturbing images, thematic elements and some language.
Naomi Watts ...Rachel
Simon Baker ...Max Rourke
David Dorfman ...Aidan
Elizabeth Perkins ...Dr. Emma Temple
Gary Cole ...Martin Savide
Sissy Spacek ...Evelyn
Ryan Merriman ...Jake
Emily VanCamp ...Emily
Kelly Overton ...Betsy
James Lesure ...Doctor
Daveigh Chase ...Samara (archive footage)
Kelly Stables ...Evil Samara
Cooper Thornton ...Father of Emily
Marilyn McIntyre ...Mother of Emily
Jesse Burch ...Male Reporter
Michael Chieffo ...Printing Staffer
Steven Petrarca ...young Detective
Michael Dempsey ...Desk Sergeant
Kirk B.R. Woller ...Detective
Jeffrey Hutchinson ...Coroner Attendant
Chane't Johnson ...Adoption Counselor
Mary Joy ...Sister Elizabeth
Michelle Anne Johnson ...Nurse
Teri Bibb ...Head Nurse
Jill Farley ...Second Nurse
Aleksa Palladino ...young Nurse
Victor McCay ...Desk Man
Brendan Quinlan ...Rental Car Owner
Brendan Tomlinson ...Father of Jake (as Michael Tomlinson)
Phyllis Lyons ...Mother of Jake
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Neil A. Machlis
Walter F. Parkes
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More Movie Taglines:
- Fear comes full circle.
- The dead don't sleep.
- It begins again
- [from trailer] Evelyn: They don't dream, you know. The dead don't dream, and the dead never sleep. They wait, they watch for a way to get back. My baby told me to, just like your's will tell you, and you have to do it. You have to send it back. They stopped me. Don't let them stop you. You have to listen to the voices. You know what they did? They let the dead get in. They let the dead get in.
Evil Samara: Mommy! Rachel Keller: I'm not your fucking mommy! [Rachel pushes the lid of the well shut, trapping Samara]
Rachel Keller: Whenever you feel alone, you just call my name. I'll follow the sound of your voice.
Max Rourke: You know how I can tell you used to work at a real newspaper? Rachel Keller: Why is that? Max Rourke: Because you're the only one who keeps her office door closed.
Rachel Keller: [to Samara] You can't have my son!
- There is a reference to a "Dr. Koji" by the psychiatrist. This is a nod to the original writer of the Ring books, Kôji Suzuki.
When Rachel takes the pills and puts them on the sandwich for Aidan, she crushes the pills into a powder. The medicine bottle has a label that can be seen with the name Tony Bonaventura, who is the property master for the film.
Commercials director Noam Murro was set to direct, but dropped out of the project citing creative differences with Dreamworks Studio.
Richard Kelly was offered the chance to direct, but turned it down.
Copies of the "Cursed Tape" were dropped in public places as a form of promotion. After about five minutes of footage, the viewer is directed to the movie's website.
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