8 Great…Gratuitous 3-D Horror Movies

Oct 25, 2010 Comments

Long before the new My Bloody Valentine brought extreme splatter back, this franchise led the charge. Taking his cues from classic 3-D movies, director Steve Miner delivered all the expected gimmicks (juggling, popping popcorn, even passing a joint) but upped the ante with protruding objects of death (like a spear to the eye and a red-hot poker through the stomach) as Jason returned from the dead to slash and hack through a new set of victims. The movie has been released on DVD and Blu-ray, and in the latter format looks decent on a big screen HDTV.

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