Get lost in THE MAZE in 3d

Chiefly a discussion of 3D films of the 1950s, with factoids and viewers' experiences with revival showings.

Get lost in THE MAZE in 3d

John Bernhard
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John Bernhard
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Joined: April 10th, 2002, 4:43 am

February 9th, 2018, 8:34 pm #1

More 3D goodness a coming soon.
Times like these I wish I had 3D capabilities.


Movie was one of those I dreaded as a kid...so slow and bored me.
It's been a good 45 years since I last watched...I am ready to revisit.
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Doc Voltage
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February 17th, 2018, 11:55 am #2

It's a Lovecraft film in all but name, which means it's a slow burn with a few interminable stretches, but a pervading sense of creepiness and a great payoff. At times it feels like a 1030s Old Dark House film. The atmospheric lighting and well-structured sets look good flat, so the 3D should be even better!

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