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When American horror movies began to stagnate in the 1990s, Hollywood began looking at Asian cinema for new ways to scare the pants off viewers. 1998's Ringu emerged as one of the best efforts in Japan's growing horror lineup, so it was only natural that DreamWorks chose to remake it as 2002's The Ring.
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The Ring is one creepy movie, and that's why it's so effective. Director Gore Verbinski loads his adaptation with plenty of haunting imagery even while the tension seems always just at the boiling point. Even hardcore fans of the original were pleased to see The Ring diverge from the source material in some ways and take full advantage of its larger budget. Hollywood hasn't always found success in mimicking Japan's horror gems, but they certainly hit gold with The Ring.
Teaching the American movie-making machine a thing or two about how to make a blockbuster action epic with heart, filled with charismatic and compelling characters, nail-biting tension, and stunning set pieces, this apocalyptic zombie ride reinvigorated the genre with its central father-daughter story and inventive take on the by-now familiar zombie rules. Setting most of the action on the titular vehicle makes for a tightly-contained and roller-coaster-like ride of a story that unfolds over two hours with little chance of you catching your breath.
Finally a group of horror movie characters made it clear that, yes, they'd seen all the same movies we had, and were aware of the rules and clichés that come with the genre. But no one was more knowledgeable than the killer (or is that killers?) who toyed with the victims by asking them horror movie trivia that plenty of us in the audience could have fun playing along with.
Blame the gift/curse of the shaky-cam on this movie, but give it credit for delivering scares in such a way that changed the way we like to be scared... and that changed the way Hollywood goes about making the things that scare us.
The scariest movie (maybe even the best one?) Spielberg's ever made, Jaws is equal parts monster movie and character piece, centered on an island called Amity that's preyed upon by something that leaves teeth the size of shot glasses in the hulls of boats and turns their owners into decapitated flotsam. The late Roy Scheider gives a career-defining performance as Chief Brody, the local sheriff with a fear of water who is put in charge of taking down the murder fish.
But you already know that. You should have seen this movie at least 10 times by now, thanks to cable and VHS and DVD and Blu-ray and streaming. You've probably contemplated making John Williams' theme your ring tone. This film is made out of the type of movie magic that warrants lots of praise using words like "perfect" and "instant classic."
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