Supernaturally tampered photographs of the people who have been "marked for death".
It is referenced.
Same as 'The ring'. Where the boy bones are found...
The TV scene at the end was heavily inspired by and references similar scenes in Videodrome.
The TV announcer comes out of the television to attack Salem.
The tough girls compare Tomie to Sadako.
The female lead mentions the film.
quoted by designer as an inspiration for the style of the game.
Many of the "scary" scenes are obvious rip-offs (or references if you like). Such as: Long black hair covering girl's face in scary manner. Girl with long black hair moving exactly as Ringu-girl (coming out of TV).
Referenced by name
Three guys prepare to kidnap a gay playboy and punish him by showing him three horror movies - RINGU, BRIDE OF CHUCKY and FREDDY VS. JASON.
Mentioned by name
they sort of copied the character Sadako who was from Ringu
The Scene in the Bedroom
The final shot before the closing credits is taken directly from a famous camera shot during the climax of 'Ringu'.
on shelf in video store
They get a message that in certain days they will die
Miyagawa says that Yoichi Numata was hired for Ring because the producers liked him in Jigoku.
TV suddenly turns on and shows only distortion.
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
ghost leaves red bruise on skin after attacking someone
James comments that this film was good.
DVD case is shown.
Andy Nyman compares a kids' show to this.
References super natrual elements of The Ring
Sawako's nickname, Sadako, comes from the fact people think she looks like the evil girl from the Japanese film.
Both films talks about the legend of a girl who died tragically in a well.
The film's theatrical poster is shown.
DiNozzo mentions the Ring and the original Ringu.
Referenced in Dialogue,
The film is mentioned
During the investigation of hair in the mouth of the victim, Hodges asks Sara if she's seen this film.
A Sadako lookalike attacks a group of Japanese schoolgirls.
Nicolás Alvarado mentions it during an introduction to contemporary horror movies.
Kid seen watching it.
Clips are shown.
Footage of this movie is shown.
Spoofs an entire scene from the movie.
Confronting with a rapist, a schoolgirl shakes her head and transforms into an ugly woman - resembling a trademarked posture of the ghost in Ringu.
It's a movie that takes "Ring"'s storyline and changes the consequence from death to becoming gay.
the Sadako ghost was spoofed.
Sadako appears, complete with well, in comedic fight sequences.
They spoof "Ringu"s famous TV ghost scene twice.
Sadako scene was spoofed.
A girl, like Sadako, came out from a wishing well.
some scenes and characters spoofed
A character crawls out of a big TV with a long black wig over his head in the same way that the ghost from Ringu does.
Ian Draws Circles with a Disturbed look on his face like in this film