Bottom line? Flying is some scary shit. No matter how many plane rides we take, there's always an uneasy feeling of terror present, beckoning us to cross our fingers and hope for the best. Some flights, however, are just damned from the get-go.
When it comes to things that are weird, strange, fetish-fueled, and incredibly WTF, one really doesn't have to look too much farther than anything that comes our way from Japan. Case in point: the latest clip from Takashi Shimizu's upcoming terror tale Rabbit Horror 3D, aka Tormented.
Just yesterday we announced that Well Go USA had acquired the rights to Takashi Shimizu's latest features, Tormented and The Shock Labyrinth, and today we bring you some eye candy from each.
Well Go USA announced some more terror they have headed our way, and if you're a fan of the great Takashi Shimizu, you had better perk up and pay attention. Read on for all the gruesome details.
The line-up of the 68th Venice International Film Festival, which runs August 31st to September 10th, 2011, has been announced; and as usual, we were pleased to see a few genre films included. Read on for the details.
We know what you're thinking ... "How did I ever live without some good old fashioned Rabbit Horror in 3D in my life?" That's a very good question. One there isn't any answer to. In any event check out the latest on Takashi Shimizu's upcoming terror tale, Rabbit Horror 3D. Rabbit Horror 3D stars Mitsushima Hikari, Teruyuki, Omori Nao, and Ogawa Tamaki.
Takashi Shimizu has, hopefully, put the world of Ju-On behind him for good. His upcoming supernatural film sounds like a departure from the world of lingering curses and black-haired ghosts. Or does it?
To get you UK readers geared up for the January 31st release of Takashi Shimizu's (Ju-On, Marebito) latest flick, The Shock Labyrinth 3D, distributor Chelsea Films has released a new trailer.
Fans of Takashi Shimizu in the UK will be getting themselves a home video treat in the form of his new flick The Shock Labyrinth coming home with the 3D effect intact. Of course it'll probably look like crap as most releases like that do, but damnit, at least they're trying!
Takashi Shimizu (The Grudge) has brought us a lot of horror over the years, but nothing more horrifying than ... brace yourselves ... Rabbit Horror 3D. Yep, Rabbit Horror 3D. This particular night of the lepus is about to get really hairy!
The international trailer for Ju-On creator Takashi Shimizu's latest dive into the terror deep, The Shock Labyrinth in 3D, has arrived, and its riddled with stuff we can't understand. That's okay though. Screaming is a universal language.
To go along with the trailer for Ju-On creator Takashi Shimizu's latest dive into the terror deep, The Shock Labyrinth in 3D, we've gotten our hands on some really stylish new stills. Say what you want about the guy and his films; he knows his stuff when it comes to making movies about really creepy ghosts that are pretty pissed off.
As if Tak Sakaguchi, Noboru Iguchi, and Yoshihiro Nishimura teaming up to direct Mutant Girls Squad (which we told you about here) wasn't splatter-tastic enough, now comes word that the Iguchi, Nishimura, and Takashi Shimizu TV show entitled The Ancient Dogoo Girl is being adapted into a feature film. What will our Japanese friends think of next?
Takashi Shimizu knows his stuff when it comes to making movies about really creepy ghosts that are pretty pissed off. In his latest film, The Shock Labyrinth, which was shot in 3D, he's taking his trademark pale spookers off of the screen and placing them right in your lap!