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3D Silver Age 3-D 1966 - 1997

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Bob Furmanek, Apr 22, 2015.

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    It might be Frankenstein's Bloody Terror. How awesome would that be?
     
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    Somewhere I saw mention of Revenge of the Shogun Women. Is that it?
     
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    No, Bob mentioned that that title was being pushed back to later in the year to work on another Silver Age " title that will definitely interest you! " and "you will NOT be disappointed! "
     
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    Well, if it isn’t Friday the 13th Part 3 or Spacehunter, I might be a little disappointed. :D
     
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    I saw Friday the 13th Part III on original release and loved the 3D.
    I saw a 3D Print in Philadelphia two years ago. Great 3D, but it is an uncommonly awful movie. Amateur on every count except for the 3D. Maybe the most awful performances in a movie released by a major studio.
    I love 3D, but all I could again stand to see from this movie is a best 3D moments. Nothing more.
     
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    My understanding is that they were only concerned with the shots and 3-D cameras working and if they did, they didn't care how terrible the performances (or effects) were. Based on the movie, I tend to think that's true.

    And it's sold out but they're playing it again in Philadelphia next Friday... the 13th.
     
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    I never get tired of watching Friday Part 3 in 3D. I'd estimate I screen it at least 7 or 8 time per year!
     
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    it’s a real fun film. A 3D Blu-ray would be most welcomed.
     
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    Agreed but I'll believe it when I see it. I'm just so lucky to have a nice 35mm print!!
     
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    Oh I have no faith it will happen.
     
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    I've loved the movie since I was a little kid but it is one of my least favorite F13s. I was so happy to have gotten to finally see a 35mm print of it a few years ago. The 3-D and seeing it with a crowd helps to overshadow the movie's shortcomings.
     
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    I'm hoping the title will be Andy Warhol's Frankenstein.

    [​IMG]
     
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    I saw this in 3D at the Robert E. Lee Theatre in New Orleans in the 80’s during a rerelease. I really enjoyed it. My main remembrance was a spike with human entrails being shoved out into the audience.
     
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    Well Allen if it looked good to you maybe I have been using the wrong spacing test loop. I'll have to verify the numbers and run a reel to see if I've been messing it up!! The story line was ok......just bad 3D the way I remember it.
     
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    I did not get a headache when I watched. And was mildly impressed with the effects.

    The Robert E. Lee Theatre was a Mann theatre at the time. While I found this 3D presentation to be excellent, they did show The Man Who Wasn’t There for a week before they realized they spliced the 1st and and 2 reels together wrong and the rest of the movie was crap for the 3D.

    is yours an over under print?
     
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    Yep, over/under.
     
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    I saw it at a theatre when it was released and seemed fine. But Robert has mentioned there are scenes where the two lenses were spaced too far apart and can't be corrected. I had the VHD version also at one time.
     
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    That sounds like the issue Roland. If they get the spacing wrong, there's going to be a problem. Just about every over/under 3D print from the 80's had at least one or more spacing issues. Only when Technicolor 3D started printing over/under prints and using a better lens did they get it perfect every time. This began in 2010 and lasted several years. (see link)
    https://www.technicolor.com/news/technicolor-3d-launches-north-america-more-150-screens
     
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    Still hope for 3D Film Archive to release it. I have the bootleg Friday the 13th 3D Blu-ray and it looks OK so, they can skip that one although, it would look better if they did it.
     
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