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Valentine gets 3D treatment on VOD

06-16-2009, 09:43 PM
Valentine gets 3D treatment on VOD
DIGITAL: Comcast slates Jonas Brothers as next offering

Comcast is pushing ahead with 3D video-on-demand, showing Lionsgate’s My Bloody Valentine as its second such offering.

Starting today, people who order the HD version of the title will be able to see the film in 3D. People also will need to pick up one of the million pairs of 3D glasses Comcast is making available at its payment centers and at various shopping mall kiosks.

Pricing for the HD version will vary between $5 to $6. My Bloody Valentine also will be offered in standard-definition VOD, without the 3D option, for about $1 less. Consumers have 48 hours to view the title, under a new extended viewing policy just implemented by Comcast and some studios.

Complete Article (http://www.videobusiness.com/article/CA6665815.html)

Lee Stewart
06-16-2009, 09:50 PM
Big Frickin Deal!

50 year old anaglyph.

Don't waste your money. It will look NOTHING like what was presented in the cinemas in RealD or Dolby 3D