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Ju-On: The Grudge 2 (2003) More at IMDbPro »Ju-on 2 (original title)

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The heroine's fiance hits a cat with his car. He gets out to look at it (there's no blood or gore).

A ghost child causes the heroine and her fiance to wreck their car, causing her to have a miscarriage (implied when blood trickles down her leg) and putting him into a coma.

A young woman finds her boyfriend hanging by the neck from the ceiling--he has been strangled by Kayako's hair. Shortly thereafter, the reporter suffers the same fate as her boyfriend in a somewhat graphic representation.

There is a birth scene with no nudity--the mother's knees are draped with a sheet. There is blood from the birth shown.

There are several scenes, some of them graphic, in which the protagonists are stalked and killed both on- and off-screen by Kayako.

A woman gives birth to the ghost of Kayako before passing out. Kayako emerges from between her legs and proceeds to back a man into a corner before the camera cuts to black. It is implied that he is killed.

Rated R for violence and disturbing images

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