We’ve got a very special treat all thew way from Japan as we’ve got the first ever photos from The Shock Labyrinth 3D, the latest horror film from director Takashi Shimizu (Ju-On, The Grudge, Marebito). The horror-thriller follows a group of teenagers dealing with the sudden return of a friend who went missing a decade ago. When the friend falls ill, they take her to a hospital but end up trapped in a labyrinthine haunted house. Check out the hi-res stills inside!
The film’s central setting is inspired by the Labyrinth of Horrors attraction at Fuji-Q High Land amusement park, near the base of Mount Fuji. The attraction set the Guinness world record for the largest haunted house in the world. Much of the film is being shot on location during the park’s off hours.
Click the image for the first batch of hi-res stills:
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