Sadako comes apart at the waist and includes a TV display base, which will allow you to position the figure so that it looks like she's emerging from the TV.
Some marriages are built to last. “The Ring,” unfortunately, isn’t. Stephen King’s short nonfiction is a fleeting thing.
Built on the grounds of a mental hospital, this campus is one of the best-known filming locations for “The Ring” – but it's also got its own chilling paranormal legacy.
It's kind of interesting that An American Werewolf in London was Starr's introduction to the genre, because his art very much reflects that blend of humor and horror that's on display in the film.
Just be careful not to let her pop any weird VHS tapes into your VCR, and you should be just fine!
The telephone has a sordid history in cinema, dating back to "Dial M for Murder" and even earlier... and as we all know, any time the phone rings in a horror film, you can be sure that it’s Satan on the line.
The craziest advertising scheme of the week comes from Japanese fast food chain Lotteria. They are offering a Ringu-inspired milkshake
As soon as I saw this The Ring prank, I thought for sure the prankee would leave the pranker, James Williams.
We've all been warned about the penalties for using mobile devices during a movie, but "demonic possession" wasn't usually one of them... until now.
The word “remake” has become a dirty term in most cinematic circles as it so often indicates a fundamental lack of creativity or, at the very least, a studio’s craven need to make money repeatedly from the same audience.