The Grudge (2004)
This is a remake of that remake.
The final shot before the closing credits is taken directly from a famous camera shot during the climax of 'Ringu'.
The final scene from The Grudge (2004) is a copy of the first scene from Ring 2 (1999) where Sadako's corpse is on the autopsy table and her hair suddenly appears from under the sheet
Bill Pullman's character serves the plot in the same way that Yurei Yanagi's character did in 'Ju-on'. Also, without giving too much away, the jaw scene is taken directly from 'Ju-on'.
the scene of the water in the bathtub is a reference
Poster can be seen in one scene.
The mirror ghouls are modeled to resemble Kayoko and Toshio, including the Toshio gaping mouth with non-human sounds eminating
There is a bit about the Grudge that acknowledges both versions.
DVD is shown in a video store.
Jeff Katz mentions it. Also, photographs are shown.
Several shots of Sarah Michelle Gellars character acting scared are taken straight out of The Grudge
James mentions this as the American remake of Juon.
*SPOILER*An evil spirit takes posession of an old man, and makes his body crawl stairs. Also, he makes similar noises with his throat as the ghost-woman in The Grudge. There is also a scene shortly after the little boy hits Casey with the mirror where he is at the top of the stairs looking through the railing, this is a direct reflection of the little boy Toshio in The Grudge who does the exact same thing.
JU-ON/GRUDGE director Takashi Shimizu portrays the students' Chinese professor, and repeatedly references his own films.
Aram mentions the movie
A character mentions the film in reference to his biggest fear
mentioned by Josh
Chloe referenced the film by saying "little asian ghost girls"
Referenced in Dialogue, "If a creepy asian chick is into you and you ditch her, she is going to put a grudge on you or atleast crawl out of your T.V. in 7 days."
The Shojo spirit physically resembles and makes the same croaking noise as the evil spirit Kayako.
Mitchell refers to the film.
Character Kenny Rogers references "The Grudge" by name when referring to something on the show.
Mentioned in dialogue
Benjamin Putnam says that when Adore Delano took off her shoes during the "lip sync for your life," she "looked a little like the girl from The Grudge (2004).'"
Shares the concept of a house containing two spirits who died violently and branch out to consume those enter in the same manner they were consumed in a fit of rage. Also omitted from the final film but prominently included the trailer the central murdering female apparition slowly makes her way down the haunted houses foyer staircase to the main female protagonist.
The movie is in the continuity of the same story with evil puppets.
One of the movies shown.
During the opening titles, footage from the movie is used
Sarah Michelle Gellar takes #10
movie is reviewed
Bill Pullman reprises his role in this takeoff of the film.
Spoofed in "Aw Nuts! Mom's a Ghost!"