Synopsis: WWF Title: Steve Austin vs. Kane, Hell in a Cell: The Undertaker vs. Mankind, The sixth annual King of the Ring tournament featuring Ken Shamrock, The Rock, Jeff Jarrett & Dan Severn, WWF Tag Team Titles: The New Age Outlaws vs. The New Midnight Express, Too Much vs. Al Snow & HEAD, Taka Michinoku & The Headbangers vs. Kaientai
Genre: Action, Sport
180 min


(on the phone)

Yeah, I�ve got a friend over now.

Yeah. Yeah, OK. Bye.

Tomoko stands to place the phone back in its wall cradle, and then

squats back down onto the kitchen floor.


The game�s gone into overtime, so

they�re gonna be a little late.

They burst out laughing with relief again, and are soon both

clutching their stomachs.


Jeeezus, my parents...


Oh man, I�m tellin� everybody about

this tomorrow!

Tomoko shakes her head, -Don�t you dare-.


I�m gonna use your bathroom. Don�t

go anywhere.



Masami walks out of the kitchen. Alone now, Tomoko stands and walks

toward the SINK, where she takes a GLASS from the DISH RACK. She

then goes to the FRIDGE and sticks her face in, looking for something

to drink. Suddenly there is the SOUND of people clapping and

cheering. Tomoko, startled, peers her head over the refrigerator

door to check for the source of the sound.

She begins walking slowly, following the sound to the DINING ROOM

adjacent the kitchen.


The lights are off, and there is no one in the room. Tomoko pauses a

moment, bathed in the garish LIGHT from the TV, which has been switched

on. Playing is the same baseball game they had on the TV upstairs; the

same game that Tomoko�s parents are currently at. The VOLUME is up

quite high.

A puzzled look on her face, Tomoko takes the REMOTE from the coffee

table and flicks the TV off. She walks back to the kitchen.


A bottle of SODA that Tomoko had earlier taken from the fridge is on

the kitchen table. She picks the bottle up, pours herself a drink.

Before she can take a sip, however, the air around her becomes suddenly

charged, heavy. Her body begins to shiver as somewhere out of sight

comes a popping, crackling SOUND underscored by a kind of GROANING.

Trembling now, Tomoko spins around to see what she has already felt

lurking behind her. She draws in her breath to scream.

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Hiroshi Takahashi

Hiroshi Takahashi is a writer and director, known for The Ring Two (2005), Ringu (1998) and Ringu 2 (1999). more…

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