Takashi Shimizu

Horror Icon Mini-Marathon: TAKASHI SHIMIZU

It’s hard to have a definitive horror hit in America. It’s even harder to have a definitive horror franchise in America. And it’s most difficult of all to create a franchise in a country other than America, one which has a distinct culture and flavor that doesn’t translate easily, and have it become such a runaway success that the film is remade as an entirely new and successful remake series for American audiences. Takashi Shimizu is one of the few filmmakers who has been able to do it.

Trailer: "SHOCK LABYRINTH 3D"

The Japanese Master of Horror, Takashi Shimizu, is at it again. The man who brought you the Ju-on (The Grudge) franchise returns with Japanese Horror's first ever live action 3D movie, and the first Japanese movie shot in HD digital 3D.

When a small group of young friends spending the day at a theme park near the foot of Mount Fuji sneak into the park’s haunted house attraction after hours, the innocent children’s escapade results in the mysterious disappearance of one of them, Yuki.

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