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Old 03-10-2014, 06:50 AM   #1
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Friday the 13th in 3-D??

Hey, comparison , I got the 3-d version from the japan early 90's with the 3-D, with 3-d kit. glasses. awesome. close as we can get to theatrical experience.
even the credits look awesome.. But on the red and blue ones. we got today. horrible.. such a shame with all the technogly we have today. that version is so great. can anyone confirm this.. This is such a shame , great version. but you need a cart tv to play it on... the recent blu ray isn't great at all...
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Old 03-10-2014, 07:55 AM   #2
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Very true.

I have a DVD-R of FRIDAY THE 13TH 3D in field-sequential 3D. I also have a couple sets of sequential "shutter" glasses to view it - it is awesome. And you're right... only works on CRT-TV's (it utilizes the interlaced signal for right and left line imagery).

The new 3D HDTVs of today appear to work on the same principle, but with a faster sequential shutter (creating almost indistinguishable flicker to the eyes). ANYHOW... yes indeed, it is VASTLY superior to the Blue-Red shit on regular DVDs and Blu's. Can't believe this style is still available. Field-sequential not only presents things with TRUE depth, but also without alteration to the original colors.

JAWS 3D is equally as impressive, btw.
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Old 03-10-2014, 02:56 PM   #3
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I hope they release it in Real 3D in a near future.
Hope the same for Jaws 3D.

Love seeing the classics in 3D. Creature from the Black Lagoon and House of Wax looks incredible
Havn't gotten the chance to see Amityville 3D yet.

The 3D depth in these older movies sure looks more natural, thanks to being native 3D, compared to most movies today, converted in post-production.
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Old 03-10-2014, 11:38 PM   #4
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The fact that the credits wernt in 3d on the blu ray. and deluxe dvd was a shame. so much detail there..
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Old 03-10-2014, 11:39 PM   #5
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rickmoe. wonder if our Friday 3Ds dvd-r would look on a new 3D tv??
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