Both films originated and supervised by The Grudge creator Takashi Shimizu
Ju-on: White Ghost
A son brutally and methodically murders all five of his family members after failing the bar exam. He then hangs himself. At the moment of his death, he made a cassette tape recording in which he can be heard saying "I'll go, I'll go soon...". On the same tape can be heard the eerie sound of a young girl's voice. It is the voice of Mirai, who was a friend of Akane, whilst at primary school. Mirai was a victim of the mass family slaughter incident. Akane, who is now a senior high school student, has had a strong ESP power since childhood. Suddenly one day Mirai appears in front of her, wearing the yellow cap and red backpack of a primary school student. The terror is just about to begin...
Ju-on: Black Ghost
Nurse Yuko is left in charge of a young girl called Fukie, and begins to experience strange things. Medical examinations reveal that there is a "cyst" in Fukie's body. The cyst is actually an unborn one that is full of hatred for mankind and curses everyone around her. Yuko's neighbour is taken by a girl in black, and Fukie's father commits a murder and goes insane. Fukie's mother has to rely on the special psychic powers of Fukie's younger sister to help drive out the evil spirit. However, the exorcism eventually fails, and the worst grudge yet begins.
Original Title: Ju-on: Shiroi Rôjo & Ju-on: Kuroi Shôjo
Director: Jo-On: White Ghost: Ryuta Miyake, Jo-On: Black Ghost: Mari Asato
Starring: Jo-On: White Ghost: Akina Minami, Hiroki Suzuki, Marika Fukunaga, Takuji Suzuki
Jo-On: Black Ghost: Ai Kago, Kôji Seto, Yuri Nakamura, Maria Takagi
Audio Format: Dolby Digital 2.0
Audio Language(s): Japanese
Subtitle Language(s): English