I'm probably showing my ignorance here, but... I saw that Warner will be releasing "House of Wax" in August and went to the IMDb to check out the specs. What I found there has me confused: > Film negative format (mm/video inches) > 35 mm > > Cinematographic process > Natural Vision (3-D) > > Printed film format > 35 mm (Side-by-side Anamorphic) > 35 mm > 70 mm (blow-up) (1972 re-issue) > > Aspect ratio > 1.37 : 1 > 2.20 : 1 (1972 re-issue) There is a major difference between 1.37:1 and 2.20:1 - and I assume that many 3D effects would be lost if zoomed, matted, or P&S-ed (even though the disc will be a flat release anyway). So what is the story here between these two ratios? And which will the DVD be presented in? I'm sure the terms "side-by-side anamorphic" and "blow-up" are somehow answers in and of themselves, but I'm not familiar with either. Thanks in advance!