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HOUSE OF WAX (2005/HD/3D/BLU-RAY) (3-D)
House of Wax brought Vincent Price into the horror genre, where he fit as snugly as a scalpel in a mad scientist's hand. A remake of the 1933 film Mystery of the Wax Museum, this entertaining Gothic shocker casts Price as a sculptor of wax figures; his unwilling victims--er, "models"--lend their bodies to his lifelike depictions of Marie Antoinette and Joan of Arc. The film was one of the top 10 moneymakers of its year, thanks in part to the 3-D gimmick, which explains why so many things are aimed at the camera (why else would the paddleball man be there?). Footnote to history: director Andre De Toth was blind in one eye, and thus could not see in three dimensions. --Robert Horton --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I saw it the first time in 1953 in 3D....was impressed then.....now I have it to watch again.....great 3D depth on the DVD....very sharp...great soundtrack.... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Cam Barolet
What a contrast there is between the two cinematic accounts of this tale of horror and gore! "Mystery of the Wax Museum" is the earlier of the two, from 1933, set in the "roaring... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gerald Parker
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I love the movie because I am a fan of Vincent Price. I enjoy the Collection. My sister and I saw this movie in 1964. Read morePublished on July 25 2013 by Monique
There was no noticeable 3d , very poor, i was expecting alot more especially with the scene with the bouncing ball coming out at the audiencePublished on Feb. 28 2013 by tony riccardi
Not that many people are aware of the Field Sequential 3-D.
This is a 3-D TV system that uses special shutter glasses that can be purchased here through Amazon in a set that... Read more