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First class 3D on a region free disc update,
This review is from: House of Wax [Blu-ray]  [US Import] (Blu-ray)
I have to say right now that I have not watched all the film. This is just to let people know my initial thoughts on the disc. First off, I can confirm that it is region free!
The picture quality is pretty much perfect considering the age of the film.
The 3D is outstanding!, like I said, I have not watched all the film but based on the first 10-15 minutes that I have watched the 3D is outstanding quality and in some respects shows up a lot of more recent 3D efforts.
The aspect ratio looks about right but I cannot say for sure because I am no expert on aspect ratio's.
In a nutshell, it's region free and perfect 3D so if you are thinking of getting this, don't hesitate any more, get your hands on a copy as soon as you can.
I have given the product a 5 star rating based on the film itself and I am sure after watching all of the film (3D) it will still rate 5 stars. I will update my review when I have watched the film all the way through.
The extra's are:
Commentary by David Del Valle and Constantine Nasr.
1933 Warner Bros feature..Mystery of the wax museum (complete film)
House of Wax: Unlike anything you've seen before. (45 min documentary)
October 15th update
Well I have watched all the film (3D) and as I suspected, it is pretty much perfect. Actually, this 3D film puts most 'modern' 3D films to shame. Surprisingly, there is not a lot of jump out moments, what this film gives you is real depth and believe me, that is how it should be. I will say this, watch out for a scene with Charles Bronson near the end, the 3D effect is truly realistic. Won't spoil the scene but you will know it when you see it!
Ok, the bottom line ........perfect film, perfect 3D.....buy with confidence.
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Initial post: 23 Oct 2013 18:14:46 BDT
M. Williams says:
I agrre with you, at times it felt like you could reach out and put your arm around Vincent Price's shoulders as he looked so three dimentional.
Also yes - this 3d release does put to shame a lot of new 3d films.
Roll on more 50's 3d releases.
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