DVD's in 3D vision

charles

Active Member
Having spent a great time at Futuroscope and seen many films in 3D does anyone know of any releases in 3D,and better still any recommendations. Both Virgin and HMV have never heard of any but I find this hard to believe.By the way they would need to be played on a home DVD player(any region) not a computer. Thanks
 

BadAss

Banned
Took me about 30 seconds to find this...
Third Rock From The Sun: Nightmare On Dick Street (3D) R2 £9.99
or
The Bubble (3D) R1 £15.99

You even get a pair of FREE glasses.:eek: ;) from Play.com

If you feel a little raunchier go for this...
Girls: Wet & Wild in 3D R1 $8.99
or
3D Dinosaurs & Other Amazing Creatures. No Price
or
Ultimate G's (3-D) (2000)

But I think youll be most interested in this one.

Encounter in the Third Dimension (3-D) (Large Format) (1999)
and
Haunted Castle (3-D) (Large Format) (2001) both $17.99 from Amazon.com
 

BadAss

Banned
Just found this...on www.amazon.com

The Ultimate 3-D Collection (Haunted Castle / Alien Adventure / Encounter in the Third Dimension)

Includes H3D Stereoscopic Home Theater Viewing Video System (2 pairs of shutter glasses, video synchronization box, RCA video extension, power supply, instruction manual with easy plug-and-play instructions)

All in DTS, who could ask for more? All yours for $89.99 bargin.
 

buns

Banned
Originally posted by BadAss
Includes H3D Stereoscopic Home Theater Viewing Video System

sounds a bit like someone is either breaking trademark or failed to register!

Since i have never heard of these things or seen, do they actually work? I have never been convinced by any 3d shows i have seen.

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European

Guest
"Oh no, I want one already. Soon to graduate to absolute necessity status."

...trust me: you'll be bitterly disappointed...!...

( ...you might also take a look here... )

. . . :eek: . . .
 
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Mike Swannick

Guest
<<I have never been convinced by any 3d shows i have seen>>

Try Terminator 2 at Universal Studios, Florida.
 

buns

Banned
Originally posted by Mike Swannick
<<I have never been convinced by any 3d shows i have seen>>

Try Terminator 2 at Universal Studios, Florida.

ok, but that is a different thing altogether! Likewise is the mgm muppets show which just kicks ass! :D but name me something for the home that manages the same?

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