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Labyrinth

This ’ 80s gem gave us an iconic maze for Jen­nifer Con­nelly to solve. But along the way were many ter­rors: Jim Hen­son’s mon­sters, the bog of eter­nal stench and wa- hey, David Bowie in a pair of tight leg­gings. Harry Pot­ter And The Gob­let Of Fire

Dur­ing the Tri­wiz­ard Tour­na­ment, Harry Pot­ter’s fi­nal chal­lenge is sim­ply a claus­tro­pho­bic maze of cursed hedges. To make mat­ters worse, Lord Volde­mort waits at the end. The Maze

For­get Fight Club or The Sixth Sense, this B- movie clas­sic from 1953 has the great­est film twist in the history of cin­ema: the maze is ac­tu­ally a dic­ta­tor­ship run by a gi­ant frog. The Shin­ing

Hav­ing es­caped from Kubrick’s hor­rific Over­look Ho­tel, Danny Tor­rance runs into a hedge maze so eerie it has since be­come a clas­sic sym­bol in hor­ror movie history. Pan’s Labyrinth

Guillermo del Toro’s imag­i­na­tion glim­mers in the dark world of Pan’s Labyrinth; a land of mys­ter­ies for young Ofe­lia to solve and, of course, a child- eat­ing mon­ster. Alice In Won­der­land

In Dis­ney’s 1951 adap­ta­tion of clas­sic novel Alice’s Ad­ven­tures In Won­der­land, the sur­real mind of Lewis Car­roll takes Alice to a sin­is­ter hedge maze to evade the Queen of Hearts.

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