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PostPosted: Wed Mar 10, 2004 9:13 am  Post subject: Comin At Ya! In 3-D (1981) (Western) (DVD-rip)
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Here is the 1981 3-D movie that re-started the 3-D fad for a little while back in the days.
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You Need those annoying (Anaglyph 3-D) Red and Blue glasses to view this movie! Also Red lens MUST be placed over the right eye and the Blue lens over the left If you know anyone with that crap "Spy Kids 3-D" grab their glasses and lookie at this; but if using SK3's Glasses you have to fold them the opposite way to view this film correctly.
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Most of the reviewers seem to say this movie is bad and the 3-D did not work for them. I got a copy of this, and surprisingly the movie is not THAT bad and the 3-D works! Comin At Ya was billed as "The First 3-D Movie of the 80s!". It was actually made in Italy, and was put in 3-D just to give it an edge in theatres. It's a spaghetti western! The plot is about a gang of woman-stealing banditos that raid small border towns looking for girls to sell to Mexican whorehouses. They pick the wrong man's wife to steal at a wedding, and he goes after them to save all the women! It's a basic plot, and R-RATED. Not for the kids, unless you let them watch this sort of thing. I saw most all of these movies in the theatres - Comin at Ya, Metalstorm, JAWS 3-D, Amityville 3-D ... etc! Back then they used the polarized lenses which were gray. On DVD they have to use anaglyph 3-D which means you wear red-blue glasses. Both in the theatres and on TV the worst part always comes when they stick something in your face. It rarely works, and you see 3 or 4 images coming at ya! But the depth of the backgrounds work pretty darn well, and now and then the effect is pretty good! The bat attack scene has some hay falling that looks good, any of the wide shots look pretty good, and they dump some beans on you that works too! Here are the tricks: - make sure the red lense is over your right eye closest to your right hand- don't use other glasses than the ones that come with the set different movies have different glasses and they rarely work interchangeably- sit back at least 2 yards from the television, and make sure you are center to it. Sitting close or too far left or right kills it - adjust the colors to your liking. You should see color almost normally, but it will always look funky! - Do not view on an HDTV! It won't work- If your eyes get tired either close your right eye and watch it through the blue lens for about 10 seconds. Watch it in bursts if you get a headache. - Watch this in the dark! Daylight will not help at all. Enjoy it for what it is! The 3-D was almost as problematic in the theatre as it is here. Few people have figured out how to do 3-D well especially with these movies that were never shot well in the first place. Go IMAX if you want the good stuff! This is just meant to be fun! It's ... cheaper than the 3-D set, but you get what you pay for. This is a drive-in movie with a little more depth at times - think of it like that and you'll be fine!

Remember the Red lens goes over your right eye and blue left. :beerchug:
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awesome! Now where can I get those glases....?

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The glasses are dirt cheap on Ebay.

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