Rings - Samara is back

 
Rings - Samara is back
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Just when we thought we were finally rid Samara, they bring her right back.

Hollywood has decided to revive the horror movie 'The Ring', which in this third Americanized version has been titled 'Rings'. And let's just make it clear. Certain scenes in the movie are not for the faint of heart.

The first film 'The Ring' was released in 2002 and was a remake of the Japanese horror movie 'Ringu' from 1998. 'The Ring' was a huge success that grossed millions worldwide. Three years later they released 'The Ring Two', however, it did not reach the same heights.

In this third edition from Paramount Pictures International, it is again the girl Samara who brutally punishes anyone who dares to see her mysterious video. From the video is seen, there goes seven days until she comes after them.

The film premieres in American cinemas on February 3rd.

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