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3-D Cinema and TV: Medium and Movies

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I’m just reminding fans of Medium that the show is in 3-D tonight. Don’t forget to buy TV Guide, which has the 3-D glasses inside. I’m looking forward to this. That show has a quirky appeal that I like very much.

3-D movies were popular in the 1950s and the 1980s. Some movies were originally released in 3-D, but are now available only in 2-D on DVD/VHS. Some are still available in 3-D, and I indicate which ones they are. Here are some of those movies:

House of Wax (1953)

It Came From Outer Space

Creature of the Black Lagoon

Revenge of the Creature

Friday the 13th, Part 3


Ghosts of the Abyss (available in 3-D)

The Creeps (available in 3-D)

Freddy’s Dead – The Final Nightmare (available in 3-D)

Emanuelle 4 (available in 3-D)

Blonde Emanuelle (a. k. a. Disco Dolls In Hot Skin) (available in 3-D)

Amityville 3-D (available in 3-D)

Jaws 3-D

Andy Warhol’s Frankenstein

Dial M For Murder

Phantom of the Rue Morgue

Cat Women of the Moon (available in VHS 3-D)

Kiss Me Kate

Miss Sadie Thompson

Terminator 2 – Judgment Day

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  • I am totally irritated that TV Guide is the only source for the glasses. We subscribe to TV Guide so we got our glasses. One pair. Do they really expect me to buy 4 issues of the magazine so the whole family can watch?

  • I know what you mean. We had to buy two TV Guides. We aren’t subscribers. At least we have the glasses for future 3-D movies and television. I had an old pair of 3-D glasses, but they ripped up a long time ago.

  • Baronius

    When I first heard ads for Medium in 3D, I thought “Oh, NBC should do the whole night in 3D. Surface would be cool.” Then I remembered the 9pm show, Las Vegas. I guess they can’t do a show about cleavage in 3D.

  • I’d love to see Surface in 3-D. That show is awesome.

    Did you see Lara Flynn Boyle float off the rooftop and over Las Vegas in that last episode? Now that’s a creative death. I remember when that lawyer whose name I can’t recall fell down an elevator shaft in “L. A. Law”. Why do these creative deaths so often happen to uppity women?