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Once again, as a special Halloween treat, the October issue of 3-D Review Online Magazine presents some classic 3-D monster information as well as the latest 3-D items.

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Halloween 3-D

Halloween 3-D movie poster concept art.Though the sequel Halloween 2 opened to poor reviews and a notably smaller amount of boxoffice revenue, The Weinstein Company is moving ahead with a third entry in the rebooted Halloween movie franchise for release next summer.

Entitled Halloween 3-D, the film marks the first time the long-running horror series has delivered a 3-D entry. Unlike the previous two gore-soaked Rob Zombie-directed films, the studio is already in negotiations with a new director according to The Los Angeles Times.

Though they won't name who, the director has experience in the genre and has a "different take" on the franchise.

The move is not unsurprising, Halloween 2 opened in third place this weekend with $17.4 million, easily trounced by the 3-D-heavy The Final Destination 3-D with $28.3 million. In comparison 2007's Halloween scored a $31 million opening weekend and $58 million total.

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The "Lost" Creature from the Black Lagoon View-Master® Movie Preview Reel

Creature PressbookMovie preview reels were issued by View-Master® in the early 1950's to promote the release of several 3-D and "flat" movies. The movie companies allowed View-Master® photographers on the filming sets. National Screen Service distributed the reels and a special lighted lobby display viewing cabinet (made of painted sheet metal) allowing movie-goers to preview the film with realistic 3-D pictures.

View-Master® collector's prize these reels because they were never released to the public.

The "Lost" Creature Reel
The Creature from the Black Lagoon reel may not exist. The View-Master® Theatrical Lobby Display was featured in the movie "presskit" sent to promote the film at theatres but no "Creature" reel has surfaced.

The last classic Universal monster was the Creature from the Black Lagoon. Filmed and released in 3-D in 1954, Universal-International created a special campaign to promote the film using a View-Master® movie preview reel.

The movie presskit for Creature from the Black Lagoon has a photo of the View-Master® display cabinet that a theatre could use in its lobby to promote the 3-D playdate of the film. Even though the promotional items are shown in the presskit, it is unknown if the items were ever actually manufactured. No Creature movie preview reel has ever surfaced. No one seems to have one of the display cabinets either.

Preview 7 scenes from the Creature  presskit The display cabinet was described in the presskit:
"The cabinet holds three permanently attached viewers, each containting seven scenes mounted on a revolving reel. Patron presses lever to change scenes. Cabinets are 48" long, 1" high, 10" deep and may be fastened to lobby walls or mounted on stands. You buy the cabinet with three viewers outright for $24.50 each, F.O.B. New York City. Set of three reels (each containing seven scenes) for insertion in viewers, are available separately along with display cards. Order cabinet, reels and printed display card from your National Screen Service branch." (Editor's Note: The description in the presskit of the display being 1-inch high was probably an error by the people who assembled the presskit. It probably should have been listed as 1-foot high, based on the photo showing the cabinet.)

Creature from the Black Lagoon View-Master Display Cabinet

View-Master® Movie Preview Reel Checklist
Arena, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1953
Polly Bergen
Lee Van Cleef
Jean Hagen
Harry Morgan
Gig Young

Beneath the 12-Mile Reef, 20th Century Fox, 1953
Richard Boone
Peter Graves
Terry Moore
J. Carroll Naish
Gilbert Roland
Robert Wagner

The Charge at Feather River, Warner Brothers, 1953
Guy Madison
Vera Miles

The Creature from the Black Lagoon*, Universal-International, 1954
Richard Carlson
Julie Adams
Richard Denning
Antonio Moreno
Nestor Paiva
Whit Bissell
Bernie Gozier
Henry A. Escalante

Dangerous Mission, R.K.O., 1954
William Bendix
Piper Laurie
Victor Mature
Vincent Price

Devil's Canyon, R.K.O., 1953
Whit Bissell
Jay C. Flippen
Arthur Hunnicutt
Robert Keith
Virginia Mayo
Stephen McNally
Dale Robertson

Drums of Tahiti, Columbia, 1954
Cecile Brown
Patricia Medina
Dennis O'Keefe

Flight to Tangier, Paramount, 1953
Corinne Calvet
Joan Fontaine
Jack Palance

Fort Ti, Columbia, 1953
George Montgomery

The French Line, R.K.O., 1954
Arthur Hunnicutt
Kim Novak
Gilbert Roland
Jane Russell
Craig Stevens

The Glass Web, Universal-International, 1953
John Forsythe
Beverly Garland
Kathleen Hughes
Edward G. Robinson

Gun Fury, Columbia, 1953
Phil Cary
Roberta Haynes
Rock Hudson
Lee Marvin
Donna Reed

Hannah Lee: An American Primitive, Released as Outlaw Territory, Realart Pictures, 1953
Macdonald Carey
Joanne Dru
John Ireland

House of Wax, Warner Brothers, 1953
Charles Bronson
Paul Cavanaugh
Carolyn Jones
Phyllis Kirk
Frank Lovejoy
Vincent Price

Inferno, 20th Century Fox, 1953
Rhonda Fleming
William Lundigan
Robert Ryan

It Came From Outer Space, Universal-International, 1953
Richard Carlson
Charles Drake
Russell Johnson
Barbara Rush

Jesse James vs. the Daltons, Columbia, 1954
Bret King
Barbara Lawrence

Kiss Me Kate, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1953
Bob Fosse
Kathryn Grayson
Howard Keel
Ann Miller
Tommy Rall
Bobby Van
James Whitmore
Keenan Wynn

Lost Treasure of the Amazon, Released in U.S. as Jivaro, Paramount, 1954
Rhonda Fleming
Fernando Lamas

The Maze, Allied Artists, 1953
Richard Carlson
Veronica Hurst

Miss Sadie Thompson, Columbia, 1953
Charles Bronson
Jose Ferrer
Rita Hayworth
Aldo Ray

Money From Home, Paramount, 1953
Jerry Lewis
Dean Martin

The Nebraskan, Columbia, 1953
Philip Carey
Lee Van Cleef
Roberta Haynes
Jay Silverheels
Regis Toomey

The Robe, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1953
Richard Boone
Richard Burton
Dean Jagger
Victor Mature
Michael Rennie
Jean Simmons

Sangaree, Paramount, 1953
Arlene Dahl
Fernando Lamas

Second Chance, R.K.O., 1953
Linda Darnell
Robert Mitchum
Jack Palance
Roy Roberts
Reginald Sheffield

Son of Sinbad, R.K.O., 1955
Mari Blanchard
Sally Forrest
Vincent Price
Dale Robertson
Lili St. Cyr

The Stranger Wore a Gun, Columbia, 1953
George MacReady
Lee Marvin
Randolph Scott
Claire Trevor

Taza, Son of Cochise, Universal-International, 1954
Jeff Chandler
Rock Hudson
Barbara Rush

They Called Him Hondo, Released as Hondo, Warner Brothers, 1953
James Arness
Ward Bond
Geraldine Page
Michael Pate
John Wayne

Those Redheads From Seattle, Paramount, 1953
Gene Barry
Teresa Brewer
Rhonda Fleming
Guy Mitchell
Agnes Moorehead
The Bell Sisters

Wings of the Hawk, Universal-International, 1953
Julia Adams
Van Heflin
Abbe Lane

The reels were mailed to theatres in a 4 1/2" mailing envelope printed on both sides and rubber stamped with the movie title.

The reels for Beneath the 12 Mile Reef and The Robe were only made as "test reels" and were never sent to theatres.

The View-Master® Movie Preview Reels were also issued on sets of 14 high quality 35mm 2x2 slides by a company named 3-D Enterprises.

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Behind the Scenes Filming The Creature from the Black Lagoon (1953)

Here are several scenes showing the filming of Universal Pictures' The Creature from the Black Lagoon. Cameraman Charles ("Scotty") Wlbourne designed the lightweight, water-proof 3-D camera unit used for the underwater sequences.

Creature camera.

Creature camera.

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Adventures in the Forbidden Zone in 3-D Limited Edition Soundtrack

Spacehunter cover art

The Varese Sarabande CD club releases limited edition soundtracks. One of the releases is the soundtrack for the 3-D film Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone. The CD featuring music composed by Elmer Bernstein is a limited edition of 3,000 copies.

The 1983 score to the 3-D production Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone is a powerful and adventurous score. It was Bernstein’s valiant contribution to the post Star Wars science fiction craze.

Billed by executive producer Ivan Reitman as a “space adventure with a sense of humor,” Spacehunter stars Peter Strauss as Wolff, a wily salvage pilot and interstellar mercenary. Lured into rescuing a trio of space maidens marooned on a faraway, plague-ravaged planet, Wolff battles a wild assortment of monsters and mutants with his adolescent tracker, Niki, played by Molly Ringwald.

Bernstein’s score is a muscular work. Laden with martial percussion and featuring a heroic main theme, the score is not without one of the composer’s typically lovely themes, in this case inspired by Ringwald’s character Niki, which is treated to a variety of touching, delicate and soaring interpretations.

The score is an enormous amount of fun and has long been one of the most requested works from one of the composer’s most exciting creative periods.

Track Listing
1. Main Title (4:18)
2. Girls And Scavs (:56)
3. Wolff (:45)
4. History and Landing (4:23)
5. Vultures (:54)
6. The Planet (3:29)
7. Niki (2:35)
8. Hot Dog (1:26)
9. Wash Up (1:38)
10. Partner (:49)
11. Day’s End (1:24)
12. Cavern (3:05)
13. Bats (1:11)
14. Tunnel (:58)
15. Women (1:50)
16. Desert (2:14)
17. Moving Out (1:01)
18. Graveyard (1:51)
19. Capture (2:03)
20. Into The Maze (1:02)
21. Maze (3:42)
22. Getting There (1:13)
23. Claw (1:17)
24. Rescue (1:21)
25. Niki Goes (1:02)
26. Going Home (:30)
27. End Credits (3:51)

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Underworld 4 in 3-D

Kate Beckinsale in Underworld.

Screen Gems is going forward with a fourth Underworld movie and this time the vampires and werewolves will be in 3-D. Rumor has it fourth film will be the first in a new trilogy about Selene, played in the original version by Kate Beckinsale. The film is slated to be in theatres Jan. 21, 2011.

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The Shock Labyrinth in 3-D

The trailer for Ju-On creator Takashi Shimizu's latest dive into the terror deep, The Shock Labyrinth in 3-D, is now available (in Japanese). You can vavigate through the online haunted house to find the trailer, but it is also written in Japanese.

Back in April 2009, Asmik Ace Entertainment revealed their 2009-2010 lineup and included a Takashi Shimizu film tentatively called 3-D Thriller Project with no additional details at that time.

The story
One rainy night a young girl named Yuki goes missing under mysterious circumstances. Following a 10-year absence, she suddenly returns. Her friends Ken, Hajime, Rin, as well as her sister Miyu are confused, but happy to finally see her again. Later that night, Yuki suddenly faints and they try to bring her to the hospital. When they arrive, they find the hospital building itself is actually a strange, mystical labyrinth.

The concept of the film was taken from the Senritsu Meikyu amusement park attraction at Fuji-Q High Land located near Mt. Fuji. The haunted house has set the Guinness world record for "The Longest Horror House Walk-Through" and served as a primary shooting location.

The film is set for an October 2009 release date in Japan.

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Creature from the Black Lagoon Collectibles

The most famous monster to star in 3-D films is The Gill Man from The Creature from the Black Lagoon. Thousands of collectibles are available featuring our favorite fish-man. Are you a Gillie?...and do you have these recent and vintage items in your collection?

Creature from the Black Lagoon Pressbooks

Creature Pressbook

Creature Revenge  pressbook.

Creature Walks pressbook.

Ever wonder where the artwork comes from to promote movies for newspaper ads? From nearly the time movies were invented, pressbooks have been issued to promote the films. The pressbook usually has articles, promotional ideas, publicity photos, samples of available movie posters, lobby cards and other promotional materials and clipart advertising. The Creature from the Black Lagoon presskit touted a View-Master® movie preview reel available to promote the movie.

Today, printed pressbooks and presskits (deluxe press materials with glossy stills, slides, bios and behind the scenes articles) have been replaced with electronic press materials making these old media monsters even more desireable.

Creature International Movie Posters

Creature poster Sweden

Sweden

Creature poster France

France

Creature poster Germany

Germany

Creature poster Italy

Italy

Creature poster Mexico

Mexico

United Kingdom

Creature Walks Among Us UK

Revenge of the Creature  Window Card

United States

The Creature on LP Covers

Music for Monsters, Munsters, Mummies an d Other TV Fiends cover art.

Music for Monsters, Munsters, Mummies and Other TV Fiends
Milton Delugg and h is Orchestra

Monster Sounds and  Dance Music cover art.

Monster Sounds and Dance Music - Frankie Stein and His Ghouls

Monster Melodies cover art.

Monster Melodies - Frankie Stein and His Ghouls

Famous Monsters Speak cover art

Famous Monsters Speak

Dracula's Greatest Hits front cover

Dracula's Greatest Hits - Front Cover

Dracula's Greatest Hits back cover

Dracula's Greatest Hits - Back cover

Monster cards.

Dracula's Greatest Hits - 15 Monsters Cards
The Creature is described as Surf Monster

This was an LP of parody songs done by Gene Moss who was a comic/character actor, mimic, scriptwriter and puppeteer who hosted one of Los Angeles' most popular kids TV comedy shows. Mr. Moss hosted Shrimpenstein weekday evenings on KJH (now KCAL) Ch. 9 during the late 1960's. Co-starring in the series was comedy scribe Jim Thurman (who would go on to greater fame as one of the writers on M*A*S*H).
Mr. Moss' Dr. Von Schtick was pelted with cream pies, dealt with smart-alecky monster puppets and made references to the Marvel Superheroes cartoons that he screened on his show as "another Marvel mediocrity" or "one of those TV cartoons that doesn't move. The LP came with 15 Monster Cards done by the great artist Jack Davis.

These Ghoulish Things cover art.

These Ghoulish Things Horror Hits for Halloween

Ben Cooper produced several various Creature Halloween masks over the years. Here are a few examples of masks and box art with creature features.

Creature costume.

Ben Cooper Creature Halloween Costume

Ben Cooper mask.

Ben Cooper Creature Halloween Costume

Creature on Ben Cooper Box

Creature mask on display rack.

Collegeville Creature Halloween Mask

Creature glow model.

Aurora Glow Creature Model (1970s)

Monogram Creature Model box art

Monogram Creature Model

Remco play case

Remco Mini-Monster Play Case

Remco Creature.

Remco Creature on card

Creature Monsters at Home Puppet

Remco Creature Monsters At Home Hand Puppet

Marvel Comics Creature Mask

Marvel Comics ad

Creature mask

Creature Jigglers

Creature jiggler

Creature Jiggler

Creature jiggler.

AHI (Azrak-Hamway International) Creature Jiggler

Super Deformed Creature

Bandai Super Deformed Creature

Creature belt buckle.

Creature Punk Rock Metal Belt Buckle

Creature shrunken head

Creature Shrunken Head

Polar Lights Aurora Frightening Four Monsters Model Kits

Amazing Figure Modeler No. 28 cover art.

Amazing Figure Modeler Magazine No. 28

The Creature in 3-D by Kerry Gammill of Monster Kid

3-D Creature

Click for a great set of 3-D Creature images created by Kerry Gammill for his Monster Kid Online Magazine Web site.

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View-Master® Monster Gift Pak (1970s)

View-Master Monster Gift Pack

The View-Master® Monster Gift Pak included Frankenstein, Dracula, The Wolf Man and Godzilla on the cannister art. Send us an e-mail if you know what reels were inside this cannister.

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Frankenstein Flicker Belt Buckle

Frankenstein flicker belt buckle

Frankenstein flicker belt buckle

Frankenstein flicker belt buckle

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Romero's Night of the Living Dead 3-D World Premiere is Oct. 3 at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Night of the Living Dead poster art.The original 1968 version of the mother of all zombie films, George Romero's Night of the Living Dead, has risen from the dead, literally, as the film's 3-D conversion is complete and its world premiere is now set. San Diego based 3-D producer PassmoreLab, in conjunction with the Johnny Ramone Army, has confirmed that the World Premiere of the movie will take place at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles on Saturday, Oct. 3, 2009, as a part of the 5th Annual Johnny Ramone Tribute.

"Johnny was a huge horror movie buff, and Night of the Living Dead was one of his top 10 horror film favorites of all time. We've started a tradition screening some of Johnny's favorite movies, paired in a double feature with vintage Ramones concerts each year at the annual tribute," said John Cafiero, Chief of Staff of the Johnny Ramone Army. "We are working with PassmoreLab on another project, and it was just great timing and a perfect fit to show Night of the Living Dead 3-D for the very first time at the tribute. You couldn't ask for a better setting… It's going to be spectacular."

Night of the Living Dead, originally shot in black and white more than 40 years ago, was painstakingly restored, colorized and converted, frame by frame into full 3-D using Passmorelab's proprietary technology. The process, which took over 12 months to complete at a cost greater than the film's original production budget, was no small feat.

"I am a huge fan of this movie, and so it had to be done with complete precision," said Greg Passmore, president of PassmoreLab. "We love the genre and as cult classics go, this is mother of them all. If you are going to convert a horror classic, this is the one you want to see in 3-D."

Night of the Living Dead is perhaps one of the greatest low budget cult movies ever made and is certainly one of the most influential. Its brutally harrowing documentary-style shooting can be seen in many latter-day films including The Blair Witch Project and Cloverfield, which earned hundreds of millions of dollars worldwide, respectively.

Night of the Living Dead was #9 on Bravo's 100 Scariest Movie Moments. In 2001, the American Film Institute (AFI) named the film to a list of 100 important thrillers.

"We think fans of the film, young and old, will really like zombies in 3-D," said Steve Glum, PassmoreLab's head of Branding and Distribution. "For the purists out there, this is the original film, converted into 3-D for everyone to enjoy again, but now in 3-D for the first time. The fact that we are premiering it at the cemetery will just add to the history of the film and its enduring legacy as one of the greatest of all time."

The World Premiere of Night of the Living Dead 3-D and the Johnny Ramone Tribute event are open to the public for a $10 per person minimum donation entrance fee with net proceeds benefiting the Johnny Ramone prostate cancer research fund at USC Westside Prostate Cancer Center lead by Dr. David Agus. Gates for the event will open at 5:30pm, and picnic dinners, drinks (including alcohol), pillows, blankets and small chairs are permitted. Attendees of the event will get free commemorative 3-D glasses upon entering. Celebrity guest speakers will be in attendance and autograph signings will be scheduled with sole surviving founding member, Ramones drummer and producer Tommy Ramone, and youngest member CJ Ramone. Rare memorabilia will be exhibited along with an art show (curated by Barbara Ramone), of original paintings by the legendary Ramones bassist Dee Dee Ramone, who will receive special homage at the event, as well. Opening featurettes include animated music videos from the Johnny Ramone Army and Osaka Popstar, presented for the first time anywhere in 3-D by PassmoreLab. The evening concludes with a vintage Ramones concert shot in 1977 entitled Its Alive" and the world premiere of Night of the Living Dead 3-D.

"Johnny felt this movie was shot amazingly and looked genuinely scary," said Linda Ramone, wife of the legendary guitarist. "He would have been thrilled that the 3-D version of the original Night of the Living Dead had its world premiere at his tribute. He loved horror movies and he loved the polarized 3-D exhibits, so experiencing one of his favorite films that way is something Johnny would have really enjoyed. It's perfect for the event."

Night of the Living Dead 3-D can be seen in selected U.S. theatres and in wide release in 3-D theatres in Europe, starting in October. Night of the Living Dead 3-D will be available in anaglyphic DVD on Amazon.com by Christmas, and a 3-D TV version will be available when 3-D BluRay becomes commercially available.

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Radford the Robot

Radford's Revenge.

It's not R2-D2, it's a little bit nuts and it has stereoscopic vision. Meet Radford. Radford has a retro View-Master® for a head and an antique English tin for a body. A roller skate, faucet, valve and tongs make up the rest of the piece.

Radford is the mad creation of Florida-based artist Will Wagenaar. Wagenaar constantly scours yard sales and flea markets for discarded objects that he transforms into playful creations. Wagenaar's robot sculptures, all recycled and bolted together, seem at once antique and futuristic.

"My inspiration comes from the materials themselves and the linkage of objects," Wagenaar says. "The human condition is also my inspiration. I use robots to illuminate all the problems, predicaments, and personalities of real people."

See more of the artist's creations at his photostream.

Radford the Robot

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Lenticular 3-D Movie Poster Checklist 1959 - 2009 (alphabetical) Update icon

  • 101 Dalmations (1996)
  • 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) Two different lenticulars were produced. One featuring the space station and one featuring the moon base. Both images were produced in a small poster measuring 10” x 14” and a larger poster measuring 23” x 33”. Lenticular postcards of both images were also produced.
  • Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl (2005)
  • Alice in Wonderland (2009) 27" x 40" Features Johnny Depp as The Mad Hatter
  • Avatar (2009) 27" x 40"
  • The Avengers (1998)
  • Battle for Terra (2009) 27" x 40"
  • Ben-Hur (1959) Countertop roadshow display.
  • Ben-Hur (1969 re-release) One-sheet German.
  • Brainscan (1994) Issued for the video release.
  • The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2006)
  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009) 27" x 40"
  • Daredevil (2003) 16” x 24”
  • The Dark is Rising/The Seeker
  • The Day After Tomorrow (2004) 27” x 40”
  • The Day the Earth Stood Still in IMAX (2008) 27" x 40" Made for IMAX showings
  • Eragon (2006)
  • E.T. - The Extra-Terrestrial (2002) 20th Anniversary one-sheet.
  • Face Off (1997) A large lobby card was produced in the UK.
  • Fat Albert (2004)
  • Final Destination (2000)
  • Final Destination 4 in 3-D (2009) 27" x 40"
  • Flubber (1997) A 40" x 60" bus shelter poster.
  • The Frighteners (1996) An advance, regular and bus shelter poster were released.
  • Ghost Rider (2007)
  • Godzilla (1998) A Japanese Daybill.
  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007) Incredibly large 4-foot by 6-foot lenticular, which was part of a lobby standee. Fuji Crystal Archive Paper stamped on the back.
  • Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009) 27" x 40"
  • Ice Station Zebra (1969) Both a one-sheet and a counter display were produced.
  • The Incredibles horizontal
  • Independence Day (1996) A 24"x 36" poster was created in the UK. Five small lenticular posters were issued.
  • Jack Frost (1998)
  • Johnny Mnemonic (1995) British Quads.
  • Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008) 27" x 40" U.S. and Japanese one-sheets were produced.
  • Jumanji (1995) German Window Card.
  • King Kong (2005) 3-foot wide Wal-Mart DVD poster.
  • Lilo and Stitch (2002) U.S. one-sheet, Netherlands one-sheet and five small lenticular posters of each character.
  • The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1996)
  • Mask of Zorro (1998) UK one-sheet.
  • Matrix - Revolutions (2004) A lenticular and foil poster.
  • Matrix Reloaded (2003) A lenticular and a hologram poster.
  • Me, Myself and Irene (2000) Small lenticular in the presskit.
  • Men in Black 2 (2002) 27” x 40”
  • Meteor Man (1993)
  • Mighty Joe Young (1998) Half sheet.
  • Monster House (2006)
  • The Mummy (1999) Small German lenticular.
  • The Mummy Returns (2001) 27” x 40” one-sheet.
  • Night at the Museum (2006) German bus shelter
  • Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) Several versions were released including Many Faces of Jack, Hell's Gate and The Pumpkin Patch.
  • Nightmare Before Christmas in Disney Digital 3-D (1993) A new lenticular theatrical poster showing the film's characters sitting in a theatre was produced in 2006 to promote the 3-D version of the film.
  • The Orphanage (2007)
  • The Perfect Storm (2000) UK lobby card.
  • Pirates of the Carribean 2 - Dead Man’s Chest (2006)
  • Punisher: War Zone (2008) 27" x 40"
  • The Ring 2 (2006) 27” x 40”
  • The Santa Clause (1994) Only the snow globe on the poster is lenticular.
  • Shadow Builder (1997)
  • Species 2 (1998) Two thick lenticular posters requiring a lighted back were created. One with "Coming this summer" and one with "Summer 1998". A thinner lenticular was also released for the video.
  • Spider-man 2 (2004) Bus shelter and lenticular cover deluxe presskit.
  • Spider-man 3 (2007)
  • Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (2003)
  • Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (2002) UK bus shelter 40” x 60”
  • Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (2005) Banner showing Anakin Skywalker turning into Darth Vader.
  • Terminator 3 (2003) Standee
  • Transformers 2 (2009) 27" x 40"
  • Troy (2004) Advance bus shelter.
  • Uncle Sam: I Want You Dead (1997) 22" x 37" Reportedly only 10 of the 3-D posters were issued. The images show four versions of Uncle Sam changing from an old man into a ghoul.
  • xXx (2002) 16” x 24”
  • Zathura (2005) 27" x 40"

If there are any titles missing from this list, please send an e-mail to 3-D Review.com and let us know about it.

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Monsters vs. Aliens 3-D Birthday Party Kit

Monsters vs. Aliens 3-D birthday party kit.

Now you can invite your child's favorite monsters over for some birthday fun, in cool-to-see 3-D! The Monsters vs. Aliens birthday party kit Includes 8 invitations, 3-D dinner plates, 3-D cups, forks, spoons, activity placemats, 16 napkins, Monsters vs. Aliens 3-D tablecover, 3-D centerpiece, mylar balloon, 18 balloons (3 colors), curling ribbon (3 colors), crepe paper rolls (3 colors), star confetti and cake candles.

Each party favors kit includes a pair of 3-D glasses (for viewing 3-D effects on 3-D items in the party packs), a laser spinner, and Airheads® candy, plus a Monsters vs. Aliens mask, disc launcher and sticker sheet. The items can be purchased separately or in a deluxe package.

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3-D Center of Art and Photography October Events

3-D Center logoThe 3-D Center of Art and Photography in Portland, Oregon has two new stereoscopic events scheduled

The 3-D Center of Art and Photography is located at 1928 NW Lovejoy in Portland, Oregon. Call (503) 227-6667.

Open Thursday - Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. First Thursday (Free), 6 to 9 p.m. Admission for Adults (over 12) is $4. Save with the $7 rate for families.

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Special 3-D Niagara Falls program set for Oct. 24

Saturday, Oct. 24, the Niagara Falls library's local history collection will be highlighted in a special program, Niagara in 3-D, presented by Andrew Porteus, manager of reference and information services.

Stereograph images of Niagara Falls have been scanned and incorporated into a slide show. Stereographs were common from the late 1800s on and were basically two pictures viewed as one, similar to the View-Master® toy still enjoyed today.

You will need 3-D glasses to appreciate the photos and they will be supplied for the program.

Andrew will also give a general overview and introduction to the historic Niagara digital collection, which is available through the Web site.

The collection is a comprehensive index of selected resources available in the local history collection at the Niagara Falls Public Library. This site will provide you with a starting point for any research - whether it is researching a family history, local events or an important figure in Niagara's history.

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Auction Results

Duplex Super 120 stereo camera

A Duplex Super 120 Stereo Camera sold for $500 with one bid. This unusual stereo camera for 120 film was made in about 1957 by the ISO Company in Milan, Italy. According to the seller, the camera is in near new condition and works perfectly. The original instructions are in Italian.

 

 
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Stereo store

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3-D items for sale in the Stereo Store.

Stereo store

Stereo store

Stereo store

Stereo Store Sign

Stereo Store Sign

3-D items for sale in the Stereo Store.