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A Frightful Night

I guess I starting to slowly lose my 3-D religion. At least a bit. I had high hopes for Fright Night 3D when I watched it on Blu-ray 3D for my online Rue Morgue review.

Three Dimensions Of Terror - January 13, 2012

The 3-D in the film, although it was shot in native 3-D, was less than satisfying. And even more disheartening is I'm starting to find that the mega-budget blockbusters 3-D conversions are starting to look better that the films that are shot in 3-D.

There are a lot of 3-D films out there that are a lot of fun in 3-D and 2-D, they just don't seem to be making too many of them in this century.

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