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

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Product Details

  • Actors: Not Available
  • Directors: Takashi Shimizu
  • Format: NTSC, 3D, Multiple Formats, DVD + Blu-ray, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: WellGo USA
  • Release Date: May 29 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0076XTH4Y
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #77,739 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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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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Takashi Shimizu strikes again with shock labyrinth 3d I must say I am not only impressed with the Takashi Shimizu technique and style of thriller horror story even if it's not as intricate and mysterious as The Grudge I truly also enjoyed tremendously the three-dimensional work on this movie I truly believe the script was written for a 3d movie and even though the story line is not as detailed as some of his other work it doesn't disappoint and the 3d work as I popping it will scare somewhat of a scaredy cat takes a lot to impress me alone the movie is so so but in 3d it's a total wow a great great creepy ride it comes with the 3d 2d and the DVD so you have the choice and I do recommend it it's the kind of movie you'll want to watch again especially when you have friends over
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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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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
What the hell is this mess? Sept. 16 2012
By A. Griffiths - Published on
Format: DVD
"Shock Labyrinth" really only has it's boffo title and packaging going for it. Everything else about the movie fails to deliver.

The plot...well, apparently a group of friends visit a spooky fairground attraction as children and there is some kind of accident in which one of the girls vanishes. Then, 10 or so years later the same friends find themselves tricked into going to an abandoned hospital, which then turns into the same funhouse from their past, and they re-live the frightening experience all over again, possibly as part of the twisted revenge of the missing/dead girl.

That might have worked as a plot, in fact on paper it looks pretty good, but watching this movie is absolutely no fun at all. There is but a single key event in the movie, which is that somebody falls over the handrail and down the well of a spiral staircase. Believe it or not, the whole film is constructed to dwell on this one event in as many ways as it is possible. First we see the original accident, then we see it again from another view, then we see other characters go through the same event either as witnesses or as victims themselves, sometimes in their childhood and sometimes in their adult states. The film thinks it's clever in mixing the evens of the past with the present, but it doesn't hold any suspense whatsoever, it just looks like a bunch of kids running in circles and then a bunch of adults running in circles again. The so-called shocks of the labyrinth are provided by (wait for it) a white toy bunny and a yellow balloon with a smiling bumble bee on it. Shots of the bunny in particular are wheeled out interminably, not that a single shot of it provokes any feelings of fear whatsoever. At no point in the film does anything approaching scary happen. Not in one single minute of it, and therefore I count "Shock Labyrinth" as a total failure to entertain.

By the way, you might pick up the DVD that comes with both 3D and 2D versions, but if you think the 3D will rescue it, think again. It's totally unwatchable, I only lasted about 1.5 minutes before yanking off the 3D specs and sticking the 2D version on.

What a shame.
5 of 7 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
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.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Shock Labyrinth [2D/3D April 13 2013
By The thinker - Published on
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.
Creepy and Fun, but Not Very Scary..... July 7 2012
By Jonathan - Published on
Format: Blu-ray
*Review of 2D version.
The Shock Labyrinth is a horror film about a group of teens that get stuck in a labyrinth from their past after trying to help a friend (also from their past). It's creepy and fun, but not very scary. Overall, it's definitely a great way to kill time.

What did I like? It's creepy and fun, like I previously stated. It moves at a very fast pace. The acting was about average. I definitely enjoyed the music. What I liked the most though was the make-up/effects on the "props", they're especially creepy and scary when they start to move. I like that it tried to be innovative in the way it told the story. There are probably 1 or 2 great scares. The ending was also decent, but you may be able to predict it.

What did I dislike? It doesn't have as many great scares as you'd expect knowing the director and origin. And, although it's innovative, the storytelling is sometimes all over the place. It also has some cheesy special effects. Builds a good amount of tension, but it doesn't really lead to anything. Basically, it's not really scary, but often creepy and tense.

The Shock Labyrinth is a decent film, but it's just not as terryfing as it could've been. Go in with low expectations, and you'll most likely kill an hour and a half while having a fun time. As of 7/7/12, it is available on Netflix Streaming if you really want to watch and save some money.

This movie has some violence and blood, no sex or nudity.
moody ghost flick with 3d problems. July 19 2012
By Michael Dobey - Published on
Format: Blu-ray
This is a interesting ghost movie about revenge. Or is it? that's what you have to decide in this movie. Is it all in one mans mind? Is it a ghost or spirit coming for revenge? I liked that part of it. Even though it's sort of confusing like a labyrinth! Ok, that's cool. But the 3d goes from exceptional with great depth and beautiful scenes to the next scene where there's suddenly alot of ghosting, and crosstalk. where you see a light with two more lights around it. Then the next scene is great. This was shot in 3d and the problem was with the mastering to blu ray. How they released this with so much problems is beyond me. This reminds me of 'dinosaurs alive' but that one had mostly good scenes ,and then some ghosting. and parts of 'pirhana 3d" but those were a few scenes this is about half of the scenes in this one! It's disturbing to the eye because if you wear contacts like me , I thought my lens were doing it, but they aren't after all , one scene is great, then the next is ghosting. This has extras on it;including interviews. If you like sorta confusing deep ghost stories then this is a good one but the 3d is problematic. ONe minuate you are in awe of how good the picture is with great depth and then you have two ears on a man!. I probably should give this one star because they did a bad job on this blu ray in 3d. the 2d looks fine, but the movie was interesting and you did half the scenes looking great.