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Old 06-22-2018, 10:18 PM   #21
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Ok you fellow perverts.

I have added your lists(And thank you for the two websites; I did not know they were out there!)

And I ordered Cathouse 45 too!

I just did one listing for Merci Beaucoup, S models and Catwalk Poison as they just kind of depend on your taste in the ladies!!

ps I am not sure what our moderator is going to say about all this. But here goes!
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Old 06-23-2018, 12:40 AM   #22
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Ok you fellow perverts.

I have added your lists(And thank you for the two websites; I did not know they were out there!)

And I ordered Cathouse 45 too!

I just did one listing for Merci Beaucoup, S models and Catwalk Poison as they just kind of depend on your taste in the ladies!!

ps I am not sure what our moderator is going to say about all this. But here goes!
I don't think we need to worry about getting in trouble as long we don't get specific or graphic in our descriptions, stay respectful, and for the love of god don't post links to pornographic content. Having the names of those two adult Blu-ray websites spelled out is the only thing that I can think of that might be problematic. We might have to delete those and tell people to private message us get details about what those sites are called and where to find them.

It's important to note that not all the titles in the Catwalk Poison, Merci Beaucoup, and S Model series are in 3D. Many are, but not all of them. So for anyone looking for those titles make sure that they say it's 3D.

Cathouse 45 is a little inconsistent and the 3D is a little more conservative compared to the usually quite strong 3D in other adult titles, but it ended up as one of my favorites because of one scene. It's outdoors in a gazebo with sheer white curtains flowing in the wind with light shinning trough and it has some of the best lookers in the whole movie. It's one of the most beautiful things I've seen in 3D.

Although all the Japanese titles offer good stereography and depth, the Catwalk Poison series tends to be a bit better, and more ambitious than the others. I'd recommend looking at those first. In fact as far as 3D is concerned there are a couple of standout scenes in those. They're both in these softcore interludes between the action where the girls are just kinda goofing off or prancing around. In Catwalk Poison 4 there is one that takes place outside at night on a stairwell and it ends with a shower of snowflakes, and In Catwalk Poison 5 there is a scene in a bubble bath ending in a shower of bubbles. Both of those look great, and in particular the bubble scene has some of the most extreme pop-outs I've seen. Those bubbles are right in front of your face. Not all of these interlude scenes are memorable, but those are great.

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Old 06-23-2018, 05:05 AM   #23
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I was hoping someone would provide more detailed info on some of these features. Thank you, Roger

I know many do not like adult oriented themes and I understand totally. But the 3d in many of these are good enough to at least recognize.

Even Prison Girls and Route 66 in SBS is quite good.

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Old 07-10-2018, 10:10 PM   #24
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Default 777 titles and going strong!

Ok. I am up to 777 3d features, and at least another 100 extras.

I think it is safe to say:

3d WILL NEVER DIE!!
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Old 07-12-2018, 07:01 PM   #25
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Default Getting near 800 titles in 3d blu-ray!!

Added more movies to 3d blu-rays list, as well updating the title in general. There is a lot here. Check it out if you get the chance. Bill
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Old 09-30-2018, 02:45 PM   #26
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Default 792 3d blu rays!

Just added 15 more 3d blu ray titles to the list.

Up to 792. We are gonna make it to 800!
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Old 01-22-2019, 11:13 PM   #27
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Default 802!!!

We made it to 802!!!

Can you believe it? Just show this list to anyone who says 3D is dead!!

https://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=302179
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DAMN, 700+ and counting! Kudos to the enthusiast who has that dedication! Well, I don't have NEARLY that many, but I do have enough so that if the idiots who made the decision to no longer manufacture 3D capable TVs don't at some point see the uber-error of their ways, then I, like you, will be able to at lease see all these 3D titles on our existing sets (I have 2 LG passives, so even if one dies, I have a backup). I am retired so I am thinking my collection and my hardware should allow me, my family and my friends to enjoy 3D long into the future and all the 3D haters can yammer about how 3D is dead till they'er blue in the face from 2D constipation.

Also seeing as how 3D seems to have always been an "either you love it or hate it" format (anyone who attended the two 3D Expos at the Egyptian Theatre a few years back saw what 3D passion REALLY looks like), the 3D lovers will always find ways to watch 3D movies, at the very least, watch what is already release and is out there. Sure the 3D TVs that play 3D right out of the box is convenient, but the passion of the 3D enthusiasts have found ways regardless. I've seen fans who have cobbled relatively inexpensive projectors together and created 3D projection with nary the help from the manufacturers who have abandoned 3D. And if history teaches us anything, it's that 3D rises like the Phoenix over and over. It may wane at points in history, but it gets rediscovered over and over, every so many decades. It just took one single movie -- AVATAR -- to have an entire planet go crazy for 3D. So if it goes dormant every so often...not to worry; it will rise yet again.
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Can't believe that about 365 is maybe half the amount owned by others. But no duplicates in my collection. Have space enough for maybe 35 more before having to get another storage unit.
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Old 02-07-2019, 02:43 PM   #30
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Can't believe that about 365 is maybe half the amount owned by others. But no duplicates in my collection. Have space enough for maybe 35 more before having to get another storage unit.
You and I are in the same boat Joe. I have about 250 titles I have not watched yet; with titles slowing down everyone will have plenty of time to fill holes, etc. in their collections. I have to say to myself every so often, did they really give us over 800 titles before they started to shut the door?

And with 3D for the masses coming to an end, blu-rays are going to really get cheap for older titles until the vendors sell out on what they have in stock. Bad news is their stock is very limited and so those buying now are really in the catbird's seat, but not for long. Once they are gone, they are gone. They ain't going to be re-printed.

There will be many johnny-come-lately's who will decide to start a 3D collection after the supply is gone and they will, I expect, pay a pretty penny for what they are looking for. Never in the history of any entertainment medium have we seen what we are going to see. The realization by a large group of people(collecting wise) to what was(is) a tremendous source of amazement, and with no ability to see it. They will be frothing at the mouth for 3D.

And Cinemadude, history bears you out. Each iteration of 3D gets better. This last one was something to behold. Never in my wildest dreams in the 1990's did I think I would have even 10 3D titles. Now look at what we have. Everything imaginable! Dormancy for the masses is here, but not for us. Now the fun begins. The continuation of the best titles in 3D blu-ray for many years to come, the watching of those that missed 3D trying to hunt it down, and the re-birth. Unlike all the other "deaths" of 3D, this one brings many wonderful times for us.
I lived through the 1980's re-birth and when it ended it was sad. We had no 3D to watch. It was just taken out back and shot. The end. Not this time. We control this "death." We just have to hold on for the next stage, with the beautiful 3D we already have. That is a lot better and so different from the 1980's!

LONG LIVE 3D!

ps Joe: Better start looking for that new storage unit!
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Old 04-05-2019, 03:24 AM   #31
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Default 815 Titles!! NEXT STOP 1000 !!!!

Just added 13 new titles to the list.

Now we are shooting for an even 1000! Yes that's right the next goal is ONE THOUSAND 3D MOVIES AND FEATURES YOU CAN WATCH AT HOME!!!!
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Old 05-24-2019, 10:42 PM   #32
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MAY 24, 2019

4 more titles added. Up to 819.

Should be adding another 8 in the near future.

Good times!!
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Old 01-19-2020, 09:05 PM   #33
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Please go to the top of this thread if you want to see the 36 new titles I added.

Good to be back ya'll!

Up to 855! We are gonna make 1000!!!!!!
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w00t! Thanks for updating this list regularly! I always find something to add to my 3D collection thanks to you!

Where did you find the listing for "MINISCULE 2" in 3D? I could only find the 2D version on Amazon.fr
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Where did you find the listing for "MINISCULE 2" in 3D? I could only find the 2D version on Amazon.fr
3D version was only released in Switzerland.

See: Post #6 of the Minuscule 2: The Mandibles from Far Away (2019) Blu-ray 3D [Region B Locked / Swiss] thread.
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You and I are in the same boat Joe. I have about 250 titles I have not watched yet; with titles slowing down everyone will have plenty of time to fill holes, etc. in their collections. I have to say to myself every so often, did they really give us over 800 titles before they started to shut the door?

And with 3D for the masses coming to an end, blu-rays are going to really get cheap for older titles until the vendors sell out on what they have in stock. Bad news is their stock is very limited and so those buying now are really in the catbird's seat, but not for long. Once they are gone, they are gone. They ain't going to be re-printed.

There will be many johnny-come-lately's who will decide to start a 3D collection after the supply is gone and they will, I expect, pay a pretty penny for what they are looking for. Never in the history of any entertainment medium have we seen what we are going to see. The realization by a large group of people(collecting wise) to what was(is) a tremendous source of amazement, and with no ability to see it. They will be frothing at the mouth for 3D.

And Cinemadude, history bears you out. Each iteration of 3D gets better. This last one was something to behold. Never in my wildest dreams in the 1990's did I think I would have even 10 3D titles. Now look at what we have. Everything imaginable! Dormancy for the masses is here, but not for us. Now the fun begins. The continuation of the best titles in 3D blu-ray for many years to come, the watching of those that missed 3D trying to hunt it down, and the re-birth. Unlike all the other "deaths" of 3D, this one brings many wonderful times for us.
I lived through the 1980's re-birth and when it ended it was sad. We had no 3D to watch. It was just taken out back and shot. The end. Not this time. We control this "death." We just have to hold on for the next stage, with the beautiful 3D we already have. That is a lot better and so different from the 1980's!

LONG LIVE 3D!

ps Joe: Better start looking for that new storage unit!
Well said Bill. I’m in a similar situation to Joe and shelf space is at a premium. I now have 187 3D titles with 13 additional doubles. I hope to reach 200 the hard way but the horizon is dim. I have T2 finally en route and I did the Kickstarter for 3D RARITIES II & AFRICA SCREAMS. We have their work pending on the Kino Lorber Universal westerns but beyond that not much to look forward to. I don’t think I will make 200 the hard way this year.
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Well said Bill. Iím in a similar situation to Joe and shelf space is at a premium. I now have 187 3D titles with 13 additional doubles. I hope to reach 200 the hard way but the horizon is dim. I have T2 finally en route and I did the Kickstarter for 3D RARITIES II & AFRICA SCREAMS. We have their work pending on the Kino Lorber Universal westerns but beyond that not much to look forward to. I donít think I will make 200 the hard way this year.
Hi jt,

I ordered these. They are stackable and look nice.


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Question IMDb 3D list - how to combine?

This thread is great! I just stumbled on it when I was hunting for info on some 3D blu rays I was thinking about adding to my collection.

I'm new to this board's forums, but I've been building a list of 3D Blu-rays over in IMDb for almost 2 1/2 years. I like IMDb because of all the other information and reviews I can pull up--maybe it's here too but I'm less familiar with Blu-ray.com.

Anyway, I have a publicly available list on IMDb of over 900 3D Blu-rays:
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls027084838/
and a second list of bad 3D conversions that's now over 170:
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls092191477/
I began the second list just recently and moved bad ones from my regular list because putting in comments for so many was getting out of hand. I've been stung a few times by these bad conversions, so now I scour the reviews and add them to my list to remind me to avoid them. To get in my "Bad" list there has to be a consensus of reviews pointing out problems with the 3D, or a single review by someone who clearly knows what they're talking about, like I've recently found in these forums.

Does anyone know a good way to compare and merge lists? I see a lot of non-overlapping entries with the list here, but it's difficult to compare because the titles are often slightly different.

Is there some way to bring my IMDb list over to Blu-ray.com other than going through one by one?

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