If you do not have a 3d setup, can't see 3d or simply hate it please do not respond here as the intention of this thread is not to debate the merits of 3d, rather to simply see how much of one kind of content those who do utilize the tech have.
I currently have forty-three 3d blu-rays and have several I would like to add. The first 3d blu-ray I bought was in October 2010.
House of Wax
Dial M for Murder
I am very selective in my dvd/bluray/3d movie purchases. Just because a movie is in
3d does not mean I run out and buy it.
I feel I am the same excluding 3d imax documentaries, if I see one at a descent price I always buy it (I honestly have wanted to be able to see this at home for so long and have only once or twice been let down). The same goes for documentaries shoot on 70mm, though their are not all that many of these (excluding imax). I don't think many people buy 3d blu-rays just because they are 3d (outside maybe of when one is first 3d ready at home but even then I think most know several films available in 3d they would like).
That list is in no way complete, I just watched a 3d blu-ray that is not on that list for example (Painted Skin The Resurrection).
Well it does say "Note: All known release dates are for various regions, listing the earliest available". I don't think there is a list that lists every single 3d blu-ray available.
That's not very sporting now, is it?
I have about 40. Which I thought was plenty, but I see I am in the minor leagues of this thread.
First ones were Tangled, Tron 2, and Cloudy Meatballs.
Last ones were Iron Man 3 and Epic.
Yes, not sporting but selective.....went into local Blockbusters seeking some bargains, and after scanning the shelves realized how many poor excuses for movies there are......perhaps I am too critical.
My new policy re: movie ownership is only to have the massively rewatchable movies. The problem has entirely been that its cheaper to buy, watch, and resell than to rent. I'll figure something eventually...
39 as of today. Just received A Christmas Carol and Tangled from Disney using some Disney points.. 5.12 out of my pocket for those.
Sony BDP-S570 Blu-Ray, Toshiba HD-D3KU HD-DVD
Bowers & Wilkins 683B s1
Bowers & Wilkins HTM61 s1
Polk F/XiA4 (Surrounds)
Paradigm Titan v3 (Back Surrounds)
Sewell 12ga terminated wiring
Klipsch Sub 12
How to train your dragon & The Hobbit.
Should be growing though. I got my wife The Little Mermaid in 3D for Christmas. I asked for Jurassic Park, Avengers, Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness. We're not big into rewatching movies, so I don't buy many. I'm struggling with kid movies. My wife and I love Despicable ME, Shrek etc, but not enough to buy them, but rental is tough. We tend to just go and see them in the theater. When we have kids, it will make more sense, since kids love watching movies over and over.
Same with the Imax documentaries. I enjoy them, but I wont repeat watch them. That's why I'm excited to get through the Netlix ones.
I can't wait for the used market to pick up. $15 used would be the sweet spot for me to purchase some of these movies.
Resident Evil - Retribution
Resident Evil - Afterlife
Star Trek Into The Darkness
Journey to The Center of the Earth
Transformers Dark of The Moon