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FIRST EVER 3D HORROR MOVIE FROM JAPAN
From Director Takashi Shimizu (The Grudge, Ju-on), Childhood friends Ken, Motoki, and Rin estranged for years but now reunited 10 years later are joined by the last of their group, Yuki, who has been missing since her disappearance at the House of Horrors a decade earlier. Her sudden reappearance in Rin s living-room as a frail, distraught woman, has set in motion a string of terrifying events. The group brings Yuki home, where a menacing-looking toy rabbit triggers a panic attack in Yuki and she falls down a flight of stairs.
Joined by Miyu, Yuki s younger sister, the five quickly rush Yuki to a hospital, where something seems terribly wrong. No one is there to help them and not a patient is in sight. In the midst of the confusion, Yuki disappears. The night of terror that ensues, where Ken, Rin, Motoki and Miyu must navigate the labyrinth-like corridors of the hospital as well as their own minds, are forced to confront their past, unearth long-suppressed memories, and test the resilience of their sanity.
Over 40 minutes of Extras
Works quite well with plenty of spooky acton and supernatural goings on --Beyondhollywood.com
Does not disappoint....catch this one if you can --horrornews.net
This is a Japanese Supernatural Suspense film that you will either enjoy very much or at the end of the film go "What the Hell?! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Larry G. Boyle
the movie was terrible,,long and drawn out....there was an attempt to create 3D which at a few, very few times they really had something in the 3D I HAD NOT SEEN TOO MUCH BEFORE... Read morePublished 11 months ago by buyerbeware
Maybe something was lost in translation (as it almost always is) but for the longest time watching Shock Labyrinth I had no idea what the heck was going on. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Netties Kid
I gave it a chance and watched it twice just to see if I had missed some creative writing, directing, acting, props - anything. Read morePublished 15 months ago by G. Teslovich
I tend to jump on all things 3D - love my 3D TVs and I buy almost every blu-ray that comes out. I'm also a fan of movies like The Ring, and The Grudge. Read morePublished 17 months ago by X. IrAal