Katasumi and 4444444444 are two 1998 short Japanese horror films both directed by Takashi Shimizu, serving as prequels to the Ju-on series. (Katasumi and 444444444)
In a jealous rage, a man kills his wife and son in their home, and everyone who visits falls prey to a terrible curse.
(Ju-On: The Curse)Ju-on: The Curse 2, also known as simply Ju-on 2, is a 2000 Japanese V-Cinema supernatural horror film and the second installment in the Ju-on series. (Ju-On: The Curse 2) In a Japanese house, a vengeful spirit goes after one person after another, each suffering a horrible death. (Ju-On: The Grudge) When a woman was brutally murdered by her husband in her house, she placed a Ju-on, or "curse grudge," on the home. Now anyone who enters the building is doomed to face a horrible death. At least, that's the urban legend that a television crew is investigating. But TV host Tomoka Miura (Chiharu Niiyama) and actress Kyoko Harase (Noriko Sakai) soon discover that the story isn't just a legend. They're being haunted by a terrifying child-like ghost, and everyone on the crew is turning up dead. (Ju-On: The Grudge 2) Ju-on: White Ghost is a 2009 Japanese supernatural horror film produced in honor of the tenth anniversary of the Ju-on series. (Ju-On: White Ghost) There is a darkness in Fukie's body that grows and spreads to all who touch her life. (Ju-On: Black Ghost) ??? (The Grudge: Old Lady In White) Ju-on: The Beginning of the End is a 2014 Japanese supernatural horror film and the tenth installment of the Ju-on franchise. The film was directed and co-written by Masayuki Ochiai with Takashige Ichinose producing and co-writing. (Ju-On: The Beginning Of The End) Ju-on: The Final Curse is a 2015 Japanese supernatural horror film produced and co-written by Takashige Ichise and directed and co-written by Masayuki Ochiai. It follows the new continuity established in Ju-on: The Beginning of the End. (Ju-On: The Final Curse)