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Shock Labyrinth [Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + DVD]

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  • Actors: Yuya Yagira, Ai Maeda, Suzuki Matsuo, Ryo Katsuji
  • Directors: Takashi Shimizu
  • Format: NTSC, 3D, Multiple Formats, DVD + Blu-ray, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Studio: WellGo USA
  • Release Date: May 29 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B0076XTH4Y
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #69,927 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

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.

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By Papineau on Dec 14 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I bought that movie for the 3D effect, but the sript is so bad, I wasted good money this time.
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Amazon.com: 28 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The Drudge. March 5 2014
By Robert Beveridge - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
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 having directed the Grudge series of films, which are overrated garbage in the Japanese iteration of the series and overrated even more unwatchable garbage in their American remakes; the only good thing to have come out of the entire series is that it showed Hollywood that it was a financially viable idea to have directors come over to Hollywood and remake their own films (in other words, you have Shimizu to thank for Gela Babulani directing 13). While I will admit that Shimizu has directed one mildly watchable feature (Marebito), everything else I've seen from the man is awful. The Shock Labyrinth, which came and went with nary a whisper, may finally be the film that shows the public that his reputation is entirely undeserved.

I would attempt to give you a plot synopsis, as I usually do in the middle paragraph of a review, but this movie is plotless as well as pointless, to the extent that Shimizu, in the closing fifteen minutes of the film, had to add a Poirot scene, where a character finally puts all the pieces together and then narrates the story for the audience. Here's a rule of thumb, aspiring filmmakers: if your script requires a Poirot scene, it's [censored for Amazon consumption], rewrite it. A Poirot scene is an automatic fail. The best I can do: a bunch of young-and-beautifuls take a sick friend to the hospital and discover it is not a hospital. All of them save one were involved in some sort of supernatural happening in the past, but why is that guy involved? (I am treating that like a spoiler, though by the first few flashbacks to Ken's early life, you will have figured out his connection to the other flashback events if you've seen any three random mysteries made in the past century.)

The Shock Labyrinth is distributed in this country by a company called Well Go USA Entertainment, also responsible for the execrable Zombie Hunter. In that case, at least they got the “USA” part right. Here, well, even though this is a Japanese film, that may still be the most accurate of the four words. It is not well, it does not go, and it is in no way entertainment. *
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Shock Labyrinth [2D/3D April 13 2013
By The thinker - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
I just finished watching Shock Labyrinth in 3-D . If it's one thing I love and respect is when I see something different. Is this movie for everyone, probably not but, it sure was for me.To say the least ,it is a strange movie but I must say ,it kept my interest all the way through. Some of the 3-D effects were just wonderful and added alot to the over all atmosphere it tried to create .The movie comes from Japan and you can watch it with sub titles or dubbed in English take your pick. This is one movie I am glad I put into my collection .I may have to watch it a number of times to grasp all that went on but that's the fun of it.
A Nice Halloween Flick Oct. 16 2014
By Freddie Miller - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
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. Not until near the end did all the pieces fall together and I had that "Ah hah!" moment.
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.
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Not to bad of a flick, Decent 3D but with some flaws. Aug. 30 2012
By mmareptile - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
I swear maybe I should change my name to the 3D nut cause it seems like thats all I ever review on!!!

Shock Labyrinth was not a bad movie at all. I can see why some reviewers might have been a little confussed at times. I had to watch it twice to really pick up everything in the story and there is a lot of back and fourth with flashblacks. So in other words when watching this film you really have to pay attention or you could be missing out on a key thing in the movie. It really wasnt a bad movie at all and the acting was above decent I felt. If you like the wierd twist that you see in a lot of those asian suspense horror films then you will probably enjoy this one too.

Now for the area I usually love the most...The 3D!!!!!

The 3D in this movie was decent but with some flaws. There is a nice bit of shadowing in some scenes but then you will have very clear shots in other scenes, i guess the phares "mixed bag" is the best way to discribe the 3d in this. It's not by any means horrible and does bring some more fun to the movie. There are a few fun pop out scenes and some shots with some really great depth to it then some scenes not so much. I dont think this was a bad buy at all for me and to be honest i am not that huge of a fan of the asian suspense horror.But over all I did enjoy this one a lot.If you are a fan asian 3D horror I would also recommend "childs eye 3D" and even more so "Sector 7 3D" which has fantastic 3D in it.
the movie was terrible,, long and drawn out Oct. 19 2014
By buyerbeware - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
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 but actually trying to give you the 3D affect and playing up to that but the camera distortion at least on my samsung 67A 750 was terrible bleed over in 3D whatever you call it. I would return it if i had the choice... or resell it....PASS.....