Fangoria's website reports AMITYVILLE 3-D will be re-issued in the UK on Sept 27th, in a package including both 2-D and 3-D versions and glasses. The disc will also include commentary. The film was shot in 2:35 to 1 over/under 3-D and released theatrically in polarized format, in which the audience wore clear gray glasses. The 3-D was pretty decent too. Of all the 3-D films released in the 80's (and there were more than you think) it was one of the best shot. Since polarized isn't practical at home, the DVD will undoubtedly be either a red/cyan or ColorCode "downconversion", neither of which will look a thing like the original 3-D did. Get ready for more distorted color, ghosting and limited depth like most anaglyphs have. That's too bad, but I am still curious to see what they come up with. Anaglyphs have been getting somewhat better recently, so it may be better than I fear. Previous DVD (2-D) releases of this film have all been cropped, some to 1:33 to 1 and others to 1:78 to 1. Worse yet, many of the R2 and R4 versions of the film are edited; with the death scene of a major character being heavily truncated and censored. Hopefully, both the 2-D and 3-D versions on the new disc will be uncut and in the full OAR of 2:35 to 1, and the 3-D conversion will be done well enough to not be totally insulting to the original phototgraphy. A new DVD of AMITYVILLE II is due on the same day.