Find out the future of 2004 iconic movie franchise ‘The Grudge’
The supernatural horror reboot of the 2004 Japanese hit movie franchise, The Grudge, is all set to mark its return on 3rd January. The American movie written and directed by Nicolas Pesce is the fourth installment of ‘The Grudge’ series.
The movie is said to respect the concepts of both the Japanese films along with the leaf out of the American reboot. Even before the movie’s arrival in the theatres, there are many questions regarding the movie and the future of the iconic supernatural franchise.
The director of the movie decided to take up all the questions and put all the speculations and doubts to rest. In a recent conversation with the Boo Crew Podcast, Nicolas gave hopes to the fans for a scarier experience and a much more vengeful spirit. He explained that he thinks the overarching thing would be to take the horror series that left a huge mark globally to more places than just Japan and America, and potentially even leave the modern era.
He continued that the movie is something to him…the Grudge is not a thing that happened once, it’s been happening forever. It’s just a matter of uncovering when and where that happened. He further added that he thinks that there’d be something cool in going way far back and doing something that’s less contemporary. He would like to see what shape this sort of thing has taken the form of in other forms and other places, he concluded.
The vast universe that this genre offers especially when related to a movie of this stature, it bounds to offer a variety of opportunities to conceive and expand his visions and turn them into a reality. The R-rated movie that will arrive shortly promises to blow your minds out once again and make you shriek with horror.