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Grudge sub-par, clich

Whatever happened to horror? Whatever happened to movies that are so disturbing that they instill a sense of mystery and concern in the pit of the viewer’s stomach?

Deep in the night we often dwell upon unknown fears manifested in our vast imagination.

The Grudge, currently playing in theatres nationwide, is a remake of the recent Japanese horror film, Ju-On. In the movie, Karen Davis (Sarah Michelle Gellar), discovers a home in which a family has been murdered.

As the mystery unravels, she discovers that the curse of the murder follows her and places her in life-threatening situations.

“I didn’t like The Grudge,” Nic Westburg, ’05, said. “I thought it was corny and not well written. I repeatedly said throughout the movie that I wasted $9.”

The basic formula for most horror films is really quite simple. Casting a hot young actor is a definite must. Scary images and booming music are incorporated to make the audience jump.

In The Grudge, a clich

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