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The Flesh And Blood Show (1972)


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#1 of 6 phillyrobt

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Posted February 04 2014 - 03:17 AM

English horror coming next month (18th) from Redemption/Kino,,,but only partial 3-d



#2 of 6 RolandL

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Posted February 04 2014 - 05:01 AM

Probably the same as the DVD as an extra - the ending in anaglyphic 3-D.


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#3 of 6 phillyrobt

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Posted February 04 2014 - 06:46 AM

Actually both stereoscopic and anaglyph....

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#4 of 6 StephenDH

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Posted February 04 2014 - 07:24 AM

I think "twisted masterpiece" is something of an overstatement. "Cheap, boring crap" is probably nearer the mark.



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Posted February 04 2014 - 08:45 AM

I like it quite a bit and am looking forward to it.

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Posted March 01 2014 - 10:37 PM

I got this (and FRIGHTMARE) today - er, Saturday - and I've checked out the 3D segment. Knowing that Kino doesn't do much in the way of clean up and/or restoration is important for anyone who's bought this but isn't too familiar with the companies involved. There's a fair amount of dirt, specks, etc throughout the ten minute-plus segment. It's also b&w. Some of the effect worked well enough, but I did see a few moments of double-image/ghosting here and there. The 3D is more depth-oriented rather than things jumping out at the you, though there are a few of those along the way. The segment is rather dark, I think this affects how effective the 3D ended up being (mild). I'm disappointed Bob didn't get to work on this, I'd imagine it wouldn't have taken too long since it's all a bit short. Is it essential for 3D fans? Nah, of course not, but I'm a fan of Pete Walker and this is a nice little bonus for me.
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