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Daigo doesn't speak anymore. Not since he killed that rabbit on the playground at school. His sister, Kiriko, is worried. He's bullied. He sleepwalks. And their father is no help, trapped in his own grief and illustrating fantasy worlds where families are happily reunited and no one dies. They never should have gone to that 3D movie. The one with the stuffed rabbit that floated out of the screen. Now Daigo is missing. He's in danger, and Kiriko will have to follow him into a world of nightmares to discover the truth. And the truth is worse than any dream. From the legendary director of THE GRUDGE, Takashi Shimizu takes an unflinching look into childhood fears, the ties that hold a family together, and bloody secrets that won't stay dead.
"truly unnerving...will have you giddy with unease" -- TonightAtTheMovies.com
"gorgeous and creepy" -- TonightAtTheMovies.com
"a masterclass in suspenseful editing and sound effects" -- Variety
Must have been bogus reviews. This movie is AWFUL! The 3D was unnecessary and subpar.Published 5 months ago by Robert R. Letzel
Japanese horror film in 3D. Subtitles in english. Original script no seen in this part of the word. Sometime the orient make good movies with fresh ideas.Published 8 months ago by Boricua
First DVD Blu-ray version quality is excellent.
Movie. Called "Rabbit Horror" in Japanese is about a girl that was traumatized as a child. Read more
what joke must be written by 12yr. old. very poorley acted and written waste of time and money . could not watch for more then 5 min.Published 18 months ago by j.g.
You know, after seeing "Shock Labyrinth" (2009) I thought Takashi Shimizu was losing it. Sure, it was only one movie, but it was a really lame movie that felt like amateur... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Anticlimacus
I have the film 'shock labrynth" on 3d blu ray and about half the scenes in the film have double images. Read morePublished on September 22, 2013 by Michael Dobey