RINGS Tv Store Ultimate Horror Prank Video



These unsuspecting customers didn’t even need to watch a cursed video to be scared by Rings’ Samara.

To promote the upcoming release of the horror threequel, Paramount set up an ace prank in a TV store where one TV was not all it seemed, hiding girl ghost Samara until she freaked basically everyone out.

It’s not like the shop clerk didn’t warn them as he told them, “I’ll be right back.” EVERY horror fan knows that means bad things are coming.

Fittingly, one customer is seen saying that the 4K display makes it seem like Samara is “gonna jump out”, which she duly does, and then creepily stands behind them until they notice.

We’re a particular fan of the one customer who is so petrified that he falls over as he tries to make his escape.

Samara isn’t the only film-related prank recently as Captain America himself, Chris Evans, led comic book fans into an escape room, while Matt Damon went all Jason Bourne on some strangers.

However, there’ll be no fun and games when Samara returns to cinemsa in Rings to terrify everyone all over again.

Rings is the third chapter in the American reboot of the Japanese horror classic and sees a young woman, Julia (Matilda Lutz), watch the dreaded video to save her boyfriend after he gets caught up in a ‘subculture’ around the tape.

The Big Bang Theory’s Johnny Galecki is on hand as a university lecturer who is trying to help out Julia, while Daredevil’s Vincent D’Onofrio also stars in the horror.

The upcoming movie Rings, the latest sequel to the beloved horror film The Ring, is hitting theaters soon and a prank was played on unsuspecting people in a fake TV store.

One of the most iconic moments in horror over the last couple of decades is definitely the moment when Samara comes out of the TV in the original movie. This prank emulated that scene by having the character pop out of the television on the wall and surprise people!

Here is the synopsis of Rings, in theaters on February 3: A young woman becomes worried about her boyfriend when he explores a dark subculture surrounding a mysterious videotape said to kill the watcher seven days after he has viewed it. She sacrifices herself to save her boyfriend and in doing so makes a horrifying discovery: there is a “movie within the movie” that no one has ever seen before…

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