Concerning Friday the 13th 3, this is how it’s described in the press release “Friday the 13th Part 3 (in 2D – and, FINALLY, presented in real 3D)”. It appears to be the real thing.
I have the other version in 3D and that scene looks great from my Benq HT3550 DLP projector on the 130 inch screen.The worse alignment issue on the original film print was the scene where the rat walked out toward the camera with Edna looking on. With whatever process Dolby developed for 3D (color spectrum) it got completely rid of that error as well as others.
just placed a pre order to be on the safe side. If it turns up cheaper on amazon I can always cancelI think this is going to sell out rather quickly. I mean if RAD(1986) can sell all 12,000 limited copies in a few short days, I would expect at least as much from this popular 80's series.
Not that I can blame you for not spending more than $150 on basically one movie but I don't think they'll release that one for sale by itself. There's only one time I can remember Shout selling a movie from a box set (the producer's cut of Halloween 6) but I suppose it's possible since there is a market of 3-D enthusiasts out there.I’ve decided that as much as I’d like a proper 3D disc of #3, I’m not willing to spend over $100 for a set of movies I otherwise have no interest in. If they ever make #3 available on its own, I’d buy that.
DItto.I’ve decided that as much as I’d like a proper 3D disc of #3, I’m not willing to spend over $100 for a set of movies I otherwise have no interest in. If they ever make #3 available on its own, I’d buy that.
It will be 20,000 units. 7000 will be issued with the exclusive poster/litho from Shout Factory's website, and 13,000 standard editions for retailers.Just to clarify my previous post, Shout is only selling 7,000 copies on their site (and they've got 500 copies left). The other 6,000 are destined for other retailers so it's only at Shout's site that it's almost gone.