Ring (1998)

5.18
/ 10
33 User Ratings
1h 36m
Running Time

January 31, 1998
Release Date

Ring (1998)

5.18
/ 10
33 User Ratings
1h 36m
Running Time

January 31, 1998
Release Date

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Plot.

A mysterious video has been linked to a number of deaths, and when an inquisitive journalist finds the tape and views it herself, she sets in motion a chain of events that puts her own life in danger.

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Release Date
January 31, 1998

Original Name
リング

Status
Released

Running Time
1h 36m

Content Rating
NR

Budget
$1,200,000

Box Office
$19,400,000

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Ring (リング, Ringu) is a 1998 Japanese supernatural psychological horror film directed by Hideo Nakata, based on the 1991 novel by Koji Suzuki. The film stars Nanako Matsushima, Miki Nakatani and Hiroyuki Sanada, and follows a reporter who is racing to investigate the mystery behind a cursed video tape; whoever watches the tape dies seven days after doing so. The film is titled The Ring (stylized as the Ring) in English in Japan and released as Ringu in North America.

Production took approximately nine months. Ring and its sequel Spiral were released in Japan at the same time. After its release, Ring was a huge box office success in Japan and was acclaimed by critics. It inspired numerous follow-ups in the Ring franchise, popularized Japanese horror (or "J-horror") internationally, and triggered a trend of Western remakes of J-horror films, including the 2002 American film The Ring.

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