If a man who has been cursed to see ghosts and eventually dies violently sees a sliver of goodness, then a film as obtusely dreary as Nicolas Pesce's The Grudge should have a few silver linings, right? (READ:  Rage, fear in 'The Grudge' remake: An interview with 'Queen of Horror' Lin Shaye ) Unnecessary American reincarnation There's this scene in ...

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