8 Great…Gratuitous 3-D Horror Movies

Oct 25, 2010 Comments

The granddaddy of 3-D horror movies, this famous Vincent Price film (the first color 3-D pic from a major U.S. studio and whose director, ironically, had only one eye) was briefly resurrected in the ‘80s to moderate success, tying in with the 3-D revival of the time. While 3-D enhanced the shock value in its gruesome tale of a wax sculptor with murder on his mind -- fog seeping into the theater, flames licking at our faces, fights popping out from the screen -- its most infamous moment is still the paddleball scene. Go figure.

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