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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.
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Does not disappoint....Catch this one if you can! --horrornews.net
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I'm not going to talk about the storyline because to do so would be to spoil the plot twists and turns. Suffice it to say, fans of Japanese horror cinema will enjoy this film. Even a relative newcomer to the game like myself found many things to appreciate about Shock Labyrinth. Japanese style horror is far more cerebral than American and I really like that. The slasher flick has its place, but more like this please.
Shimizu has a way with pulling you into his films and getting you emotionally involved. He takes you through all sorts of different emotions, from fear to sadness to empathy all in a 90 minute time period. His work goes so much deeper than what American viewers have seen with his "The Grudge" movies.
Consumers and fans of intelligent horror films will love the "Shock Labyrinth 3D" Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack. The movie is an atmospheric and claustrophobic journey through the darkest parts of a person's mind. The fact that it was shot in the actual "Shock Labyrinth" haunted house attraction in Japan helps with the distinctive character of the film. Besides a great movie available in both 2D and 3D, this has some impressive special features that make the whole package a worthy purchase.
3D effects are great for the pop-out element and the translation is decent. Do yourself a favor though, do not turn on both english subtitles and the english audio track because they are NOT the same.
This seemed more like a made for TV movie that would probably work for someone...else.
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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 on June 16, 2014 by G. Teslovich
Senritsu Meikyû (The Shock Labyrinth) (Takashi Shimizu, 2009)
Takashi Shimizu has an overblown and entirely undeserved reputation on this side of the pond thanks to... Read more
ALL I CAN SAY IF YOU LOVED THE OLD GODZILLER MOVES YOU LOVE THIS . MY SELF IT WAS A BIG WASTE BLU-RY FROMATE AND A BIGER WASTE OF MONEY.Published on February 17, 2014 by j.g.