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Old 11-19-2012, 09:31 PM   #161
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Is this version unrated?
Is the unrated version only available in the previous release which included the paper red/blue 3D glasses?
To the best of my knowledge, both 2009 releases are Rated 'R', while only the 1981 version has an unrated extended cut. There's no shortage of graphic violence and nudity in the 2009 BD3D.
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Old 11-21-2012, 11:06 PM   #162
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To the best of my knowledge, both 2009 releases are Rated 'R', while only the 1981 version has an unrated extended cut. There's no shortage of graphic violence and nudity in the 2009 BD3D.
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Old 11-22-2012, 02:48 AM   #163
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Watched this yesterday and it is reference quality 3d imo! Amazing sense of depth and it adds a ton to the movie
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Old 11-26-2012, 05:02 PM   #164
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Watched this yesterday and it is reference quality 3d imo! Amazing sense of depth and it adds a ton to the movie
If you are up for stomach churning gore, this is a reference quality 3D putting many native 3D's to shame. Tonnes of depth and crazy pop outs.....reminds me of final destination 5 3D !! For $7.50 on amazon, its a great value add to your 3D library.
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Old 11-26-2012, 05:17 PM   #165
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i finnaly found the 3dtv version of this, all i could find for awhile was the one that comes with cheap red/blue style glasses, and only 20 bucks. really is top quality 3d great movie as well, good story and good villain too the twist at the end was well played.
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Old 11-26-2012, 05:34 PM   #166
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the twist at the end was well played.
I don't really like when they do that with slasher movies though. I've seen the same thing done more than once before.
[Show spoiler] Traumatized victim taking on the role of the killer.
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Old 11-26-2012, 06:29 PM   #167
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I don't really like when they do that with slasher movies though. I've seen the same thing done more than once before.
[Show spoiler] Traumatized victim taking on the role of the killer.
I hate slasher movies usually, but this one in 3D is a must see!
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Old 11-26-2012, 07:06 PM   #168
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I don't really like when they do that with slasher movies though. I've seen the same thing done more than once before.
[Show spoiler] Traumatized victim taking on the role of the killer.

Yeah but i was rooting for him at first, they had a good build up with it
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Old 11-27-2012, 02:49 AM   #169
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Yeah but i was rooting for him at first, they had a good build up with it
By using "him" you gave away the plot that the killer is no other than
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Old 11-27-2012, 04:09 AM   #170
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Old 11-27-2012, 04:18 AM   #171
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This was a hell of a blind buy for me. I paid $7.50 and was pleasantly surprised. The 3D was awesome... I loved the part where one of the characters slowly aims a shot gun directly at you. I swear I moved out of the way!

The story was alright too, for a slasher movie.
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Old 11-27-2012, 07:28 AM   #172
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This was a hell of a blind buy for me. I paid $7.50 and was pleasantly surprised. The 3D was awesome... I loved the part where one of the characters slowly aims a shot gun directly at you. I swear I moved out of the way!

The story was alright too, for a slasher movie.
That was exactly my reaction...it was a crazy pop out scene where the gun is protruding out of the scene and stays there for some time! There were other gun protruding scene and a flashlight in your face scene that were too good!
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I don't really like when they do that with slasher movies though. I've seen the same thing done more than once before.
[Show spoiler] Traumatized victim taking on the role of the killer.
Things is, this is a remake, and this was the twist in the original, so i guess you should blame the original. Although the twist then, seemed quite fresh.
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Old 11-27-2012, 12:59 PM   #174
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I don't really like when they do that with slasher movies though. I've seen the same thing done more than once before.
[Show spoiler] Traumatized victim taking on the role of the killer.
I didn't like it either. This and Friday the 13th came out during the same time which had Jared Padalecki. In a way, it was like Sam and Dean taking two separate cases .
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Old 10-29-2013, 06:55 PM   #175
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Just watched My Bloody Valentine 3D over the weekend. I bought the blu-ray months ago on sale but I haven't seen it since it was released in the theatre. Still a great horror film - just loads of fun. Very gory too.

The 3D in this title is also far better than average. I'd rate it as strong - it almost has the depth of older 3D films like House of Wax from the 50's or Amityville 3D from the 80's, back when 3D films had real depth to them. I remember it being excellent in the theatre and it looked equally good on blu-ray. Some great out-of-the-screen effects too. In fact, after watching this the other day, it left me wondering what happened with 3D over the last couple years? This was an earlier 3D title in this latest 3D revival, yet it boasted very strong 3D throughout. It was also shot well - it was clearly filmed by somebody who knew how to use the 3D to it's fullest. Then as more and more titles came out, they became less and less impressive to me as the depth got more and more shallow. They got it right with this title, and then they seemed to forget how to do it.

Anyways, great film to watch around Halloween. Be sure to pick up the right 3d blu-ray - it was first released in anaglyph with crappy cardboard glasses, then later in proper blu-ray 3D.
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Old 10-29-2013, 07:57 PM   #176
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My eyes are still bleeding from the amazing popouts in this movie.
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MBV was one of the early releases on 3D BD. I had it back then but it had a reputation for ghosting and lived up to it. I ended up selling it. 3D TVs now are much better with ghosting so I think I'll check it out again. I know the story wasn't that so I'll check it out for the 3D.
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Old 10-31-2013, 01:47 AM   #178
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This was a good movie with good 3D. Senless fun.
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Old 10-31-2013, 03:12 AM   #179
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MBV was one of the early releases on 3D BD. I had it back then but it had a reputation for ghosting and lived up to it. I ended up selling it. 3D TVs now are much better with ghosting so I think I'll check it out again. I know the story wasn't that so I'll check it out for the 3D.
The ghosting you experienced was likely a combination of an older tv that had more ghosting issues and the fact that the movie had quite strong 3D, which contributes to ghosting. My tv is a new 2013 model (Samsung F8000) and handles ghosting/crosstalk very well. I saw very little to no ghosting when I watched this the other night. Older sets that don't handle ghosting so well may have a problem but newer active sets and passive sets should handle it fine.
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Old 10-31-2013, 05:07 PM   #180
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Anyways, great film to watch around Halloween. Be sure to pick up the right 3d blu-ray - it was first released in anaglyph with crappy cardboard glasses, then later in proper blu-ray 3D.

+1!!!

I almost made this mistake last week as I had the anaglyph version in my hand walking up to the register at BB and luckily noticed the "includes 4 sets of glasses" on the cover. Of course they did not have the real 3d version, so I need to track it down somewhere else.
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