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Old 09-14-2020, 04:02 PM   #18781
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I agree with you Okie, MBV 3D is pretty graphic but it's presented in a more cartoonish way if that makes sense.
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Watched turbo 3d last night, def enjoyed the 3d and soundtrack.
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I'm older and remember horror from the 50's and 60's when things were much more subdued. I guess we are from different generations when a pick ax through the skull is not considered graphic.


I love it all. Slow build, subtle, in your face, gruesome, atmospheric, you name it.

The Shining, like you say, is fantastic. I also loved The Wicker Man, The Changeling, Don’t Look Now, Carrie etc..
More modern efforts like The Babadook, The VVitch, The Lighthouse, Midsommar and Under The Shadows are other favourites.

Halloween is the greatest horror along with The Exorcist and Texas Chainsaw imo.
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Old 09-14-2020, 04:16 PM   #18784
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I love it all. Slow build, subtle, in your face, gruesome, atmospheric, you name it.

The Shining, like you say, is fantastic. I also loved The Wicker Man, The Changeling, Don’t Look Now, Carrie etc..
More modern efforts like The Babadook, The VVitch, The Lighthouse, Midsommar and Under The Shadows are other favourites.

Halloween is the greatest horror along with The Exorcist and Texas Chainsaw imo.
The Exorcist still scares the sh** out of me. Just think if that was 3D
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Old 09-14-2020, 04:21 PM   #18785
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The Exorcist still scares the sh** out of me. Just think if that was 3D
Yep, not one to forget!

I was a fan of the first Conjuring film. First class build up. The most famous scene from that film would look outstanding in 3D!

It’s been a huge disappointment to me that there haven’t been that many horror films in 3D.
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Yep, not one to forget!

I was a fan of the first Conjuring film. First class build up. The most famous scene from that film would look outstanding in 3D!

It’s been a huge disappointment to me that there haven’t been that many horror films in 3D.
At least you still get some in the UK.
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At least you still get some in the UK.
This is true. A good family friendly chiller is ‘The Hole’. Good depth, a few pop outs and a likeable family. Two or three good scares but nothing too bad. Don’t know if that’s something you would like?
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This is true. A good family friendly chiller is ‘The Hole’. Good depth, a few pop outs and a likeable family. Two or three good scares but nothing too bad. Don’t know if that’s something you would like?
I’ll check it out!
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I've been rewatching loads over the last few days:

I, Robot 3D
Ghostbusters 3D
Journey 2 The Mysterious Island 3D
R.I.P.D. 3D
Godzilla 3D
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I've been rewatching loads over the last few days:

I, Robot 3D
Ghostbusters 3D
Journey 2 The Mysterious Island 3D
R.I.P.D. 3D
Godzilla 3D
How’s RIPD?
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Great 3D, you should check the thread on the main page which I bumped, loads of opinions in there!
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How’s RIPD?
Film is shockingly bad mind.
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Watched Warcraft. No nothing about the game, but I enjoyed the movie and the 3D was great. How could there not be a sequel? It also has an Atmos soundtrack.

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Silent Hill: Revelation (2015) was a decent sequel, but the native 3D was purely fun! FUN! Lot's of great pop outs, beautiful depth and the image composition was really great. Oh, it was so great I wanted to watch it again immediately as the 3D was just so over the top and nicely done!

Highly recommended as a "demo disc"!

Agree. 30 or better pop-outs with the highlight being that axe towards the end! I liked the movie too.


I finished off my morning with a double feature starting with Ant-man and following up with Taza, Son of Cochise. Both with terrific 3d. Taza was a bit light on the pop-outs compared to most vintage titles but was still excellent 3D.
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How’s RIPD?

Not anything at all like Men in Black.
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Not anything at all like Men in Black.
I put it in the ‘Wild Wild West’ bracket of naff!
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Agree. 30 or better pop-outs with the highlight being that axe towards the end! I liked the movie too.


I finished off my morning with a double feature starting with Ant-man and following up with Taza, Son of Cochise. Both with terrific 3d. Taza was a bit light on the pop-outs compared to most vintage titles but was still excellent 3D.
Thanks I’ll look for Silent Hill
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Thanks I’ll look for Silent Hill
I would recommend the following:

Inferno
House Of Wax
The Mad Magician (also two 15 minute Three Stooges shorts)
It Came From Outer Space
3D Rarities 1 and 2.
The Mask
Nude Cuties
Gravity
The Walk
Kong: Skull Island
Mad Max: Fury Road
The Hole
Life Of Pi
Bait (shark film)
Into The Spiderverse
Beauty And The Beast (live action)
Titanic
Guardians If The Galaxy 1 and 2
Black Panther
Avengers Infinity War/Endgame
Spider-Man Far From Home/Homecoming.
Long Journey Into Night
The Stewardess (adult) excellent short included ‘Experiments In Love’. Excellent pop out, best I have seen
The Bubble ( weak film, stunning depth and pop out)

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Watched Priest, pretty good movie with good 3D, but man it's a dark movie which doesn't help the 3D. Interesting take on separation of church and state.

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I would recommend the following:

Inferno
House Of Wax
The Mad Magician (also two 15 minute Three Stooges shorts)
It Came From Outer Space
3D Rarities 1 and 2.
The Mask
Nude Cuties
Gravity
The Walk
Kong: Skull Island
Mad Max: Fury Road
The Hile
Life Of Pi
Bait (shark film)
Into The Spiderverse
Beauty And The Beast (live action)
Titanic
Guardians If The Galaxy 1 and 2
Black Panther
Avengers Infinity War/Endgame
Spider-Man Far From Home/Homecoming.
Long Journey Into Night
The Stewardess (adult) excellent short included ‘Experiments In Love’. Excellent pop out, best I have seen
The Bubble ( weak film, stunning depth and pop out)
I guess I should finally get around to picking up Life of Pi and Kong Skull Island.
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