RARE SCIFI 3D MOVIE COLLECTION
This 1950's classic is now available in it's original 3D format on DVD.
If your looking for the 2D version visit Amazon.com!
The Universal make-up department submitted two alien designs for consideration by the studio executives. The design that was rejected was saved and then later used as the Mutant in Universal's This Island Earth (1955). The special effects created for the spacecraft in flight consisted of a wire-mounted tennis ball, coated with incendiary chemicals.
Black and white film
4:3 full screen format
3D menus and screen tests to optimze your 3D experience!
Choose anaglyph (red/blue glasses) and field sequential (electronic shutter glasses)!!
1 pair of ANAGLYPH 3D glasses included FREE.
Audio/Video Quality: B
DVD is NTSC format, Region 0 (region free) and playable world wide.
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Posted by Unknown on 12th Jan 2018
I had seen this film but in 2 D. A friend of mine from church took me to a double feature in 3D. This first was alright but this one, fantastic!!!!! I have been searching for a website that carried 3D films for 20 years and you came along along. Thank you. :+)
Posted by Bob on 29th Jul 2016
It took a lot of picture settings tweaking to get things right, but the test pattern helped immensely. SUMOGORILLA should include the test pattern on every 3D disc. Once the settings were in place, the movie was a blast! I truly enjoyed the experience. It was a lot of fun to see this film in 3D.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Dec 2014
If you have been frustrated with 3D reproduced on TV in the past, give it another chance. Digital TV makes all the difference in the world. I am an old fart who saw It Came From Outer Space first run at the theater and this works.