This September Anchor Bay is going to try very hard to lure consumers with two new 3D horror titles that will be selling at a $20 pricepoint. Those of you hungry enough to supplement your growing collection with much cheaper fare may be wiser to think twice about what you purchase. Almost a year ago I reviewed Anchor Bay's 3D Blu-ray release of http://www.hometheaterforum.com/t/307728/the-htf-3d-addict-piranha-3d No doubt, Piranha 3DD tries to capitalize on the first film, though it does so with little success. Set in a nude water park in a town besieged by primitive Piranha, the film tries harder to cater itself to horny teenagers rather than providing a story worth sitting through. By now, the fantasy of watching slow-motion bouncing boobs in 3D has gotten rather old for this reviewer, and the inclusion of veteran actors such as Christopher Lloyd, Gary Busey, Ving Rhames and David Hasselhoff doesn't make this film any more entertaining to watch. The same can be said for Bait 3D, which for most of its 93 minute running time, has a lot of nothing going on. When a Tsunami hits a beachfront town, a great white shark menaces shoppers in a flooded supermarket. I didn't know if I was supposed to be more horrified of the shark or the film's miserable acting and dialogue. Events unfold at such a lethargic pace that you may find yourself getting anxious for the ending credits. For those looking for just the eye candy, I suppose both these films will satisfy your sweet tooth. Both offer superb HD clarity and a nice sense of separation between foreground and background. Piranha 3DD suffers from an abundance of crosstalk and its murky underwater scenes drown out the 3D effects. Bait 3D looks much superior, providing viewers with more defined 3D separation that makes everything look like a pop-out book. If In-Yo-Face gimmickry is what you are after, I think Bait 3D has more to offer on that front as well. I have often stated in my reviews that I find 3D to be a saviour to films that probably would not survive on their own as a 2D film. Piranha 3D is a perfect example of that analogy though perhaps now two years into this format, my tolerance for bad movies being exploited for the 3D market is growing thin. Purchase both at your own risk.