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Old 03-03-09, 04:12 AM
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My Bloody Valentine 3-D <><> 5.19.2009

Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced specs for My Bloody Valentine 3-D, coming to 2-Disc DVD & Blu-ray on May 19th. It will contain the following Special Features...


Audio commentary by director Patrick Lussier and co-writer Todd Farmer
Deep Inside My Bloody Valentine featurette
Sex, Blood and Screams featurette
Deleted scenes
Gag reel
Digital copy
Four pairs of 3D glasses






Source: http://www.dreadcentral.com/news/306...-art-and-specs

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Old 03-03-09, 04:27 AM
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I figured LG would go with that for the cover art but I LOVE IT! Really lookin' forward to picking up the 2 disc...yay! T4P!
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Re: My Bloody Valentine 3-D <><> 5.19.2009

Is this going to use the polarized 3-D like in the theatre? I bloody hope so.
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Having the 3D glasses pretty much makes it a must.
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Re: My Bloody Valentine 3-D <><> 5.19.2009

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Is this going to use the polarized 3-D like in the theatre? I bloody hope so.

i don't think polarized 3-D is possible at home.
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Re: My Bloody Valentine 3-D <><> 5.19.2009

I'll be intrested in getting this but the whole 3-D thing doesn't impress me.
I don't know much about the whole 3-D thing anyway
Can this DVD be viewed regularly without the whole 3-D mess?
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Re: My Bloody Valentine 3-D <><> 5.19.2009

Originally Posted by JOE29 View Post
I'll be intrested in getting this but the whole 3-D thing doesn't impress me.
I don't know much about the whole 3-D thing anyway
Can this DVD be viewed regularly without the whole 3-D mess?

you can watch it in both 2-D & 3-D
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Re: My Bloody Valentine 3-D <><> 5.19.2009

Originally Posted by riotinmyskull View Post
i don't think polarized 3-D is possible at home.
It is depending on the setup. I have it at home.

What would work really well is the one lens that's clear and the other that's a little darker. I have a couple movies like that.

In the end though, it's up to the makers that determines how good the effects are. The Nightmare on Elm Street sequence was bad enough for them to even admit.
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Re: My Bloody Valentine 3-D <><> 5.19.2009

Originally Posted by riotinmyskull View Post
i don't think polarized 3-D is possible at home.
not yet, from what I've read prototype monitors are in the works and are expected to come out next year.
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with 4 pair of glasses i am sure it is the normal 3D ala the new "Friday the 13th: 3D".
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Unfortunately it is going to be the cheap red/blue lense type of 3D and here is a interview with director/editor Patrick Lussier explaining the viewing experience for home viewing..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-5pLzwRf00
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Hell yeah, I loved this flick!!!!
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Does it have to be red/blue 3d for the home version? Wasn't it not to long ago that the tv show "Chuck" had some sort of 3d episode (or was it a super bowl ad)? I remember the supermarket giving away 3d glasses and they weren't red/blue. they were clear.
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Ill pick this up in a clearance bin, didn't like it that much
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Does it have to be red/blue 3d for the home version? Wasn't it not to long ago that the tv show "Chuck" had some sort of 3d episode (or was it a super bowl ad)? I remember the supermarket giving away 3d glasses and they weren't red/blue. they were clear.
They were not clear.
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Re: My Bloody Valentine 3-D <><> 5.19.2009

Really enjoyed this in the theater, but I'm not sure yet if I'll pick up the BD/DVD release.
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If it's not 3D, this film isn't even worth a viewing. I think once is plenty. The novelty wears off.
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They were not clear.
I have them and they definitely are NOT clear. Kind of an orange and purplish color if I remember correctly.
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I will be very interested to read the reviews of how well the 3D works at home. I saw it in 3D in the theatre and it is a lot of fun in 3D... but the actual movie leaves a lot to be desired and would be painful to watch in 2D only. Whether I purchase it depends fully on whether the 3D works well at home.
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Re: My Bloody Valentine 3-D <><> 5.19.2009

The anaglyph 3D home experience will be "ok." It won't be near as nice as the theater's presentation.

I'm hoping for a lenticular slipcover
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I'll still pick this up but I am disappointed with the cover.
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why would u be disappointed? its the poster artwork, i think it rocks.
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Now if only My Bloody Valentine (the band) did a 3D/ surround sound film...
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im on the edge between getting the BD or the 2 disc SD
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Re: My Bloody Valentine 3-D <><> 5.19.2009

anyone know if the 3-D glasses that came with the recently released "Friday the 13th: Part 3-D" will work with MBV?

i rented this from BBV and they actually wanted 15 cents for the glasses! i just thought the idea of that was absurd and figured i wouldn't even get through the whole movie in 3-D anyway. luckily, the 2-D version is also on it.

they must be really hard up for cash with the bancruptcy rumors to even consider charging extra for the glasses. just outrageous and i soon won't be a customer either.
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