Cinelinx breaks down the best Blu-ray of the year thus far - Disney's The Little Mermaid 3D Diamond Edition!
There's no place like home video: Oz The Great and Powerful Blu-ray and DVD details have been released!
Despite how many people feel on the issue, it doesn't look like 3D movies are going away any time soon. One of my key issues with the format (besides it not being used optimally) has to deal with the glasses you have to wear in order to watch. I wear normal glasses (shocking this day and age, I know) so every 3D movie forces me to put glasses over my glasses, resulting in an awkward and often uncomfortable experience. One research group thinks it can rectify that problem with glasses-free 3D display technology designed for commercial theaters.
Marvel reveals some new information about some of their future projects, including a (you guessed it) a 3D post conversion for The Avengers and a new release date for their all too mysterious project. No information about the project, though. Anyways, found out what Whedon has to say about the 3D conversion (and the date Marvel has claimed for their new picture) after the jump.
Hello and welcome to The Weekly Rhetoric, the one place on the internet where you'll find someone incoherently arguing a point with enough intensity to kill a baby lion cub! Every week I'll take a subject, do the least amount of research I can, throw a couple paragraphs together in between episodes of Charles in Charge, and pass it off as real journalism! For our sophomore showing, we'll pontificate the exact nature of re-releases. Are they financially viable? When did they become common, and what caused their downfall? And, most important of all, could 3D become a selling point to get audiences back for another go around?