The Shock Labyrinth
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The Shock Labyrinth (戦慄迷宮) is a 2009 Japanese film directed by Takashi Shimizu. The theme song is called "CLONE" and is performed by Straightener. The film was inspired by Fuji-Q High Land’s famous “Labyrinth of Horrors” haunted house ride, and was shot at night in the amusement park.
|The Shock Labyrinth|
|Directed by||Takashi Shimizu|
|Produced by||Dai Miyazaki|
|Written by||Daisuke Hosaka|
|Distributed by||Asmik Ace|
A group of teenagers must deal with the return of a friend who had been missing for a decade, and was presumed dead. After the friend, Yuki, falls ill, they take her to a hospital, only to become trapped in a terrifying labyrinth.
- "戦慄迷宮３Ｄ THE SHOCK LABYRINTH (2009)" (in Japanese). Allcinema.net. Retrieved 2011-08-12.
- Miska, Brad (2012-03-15). "Japan's 'Shock Labyrinth 3D' Gets May DVD/Blu-ray Date". Bloody Disgusting!. Retrieved 2021-02-13.