...ahh... if you really got your "red/blue shades" that means you saw a 'wrong' version of the movie... House Of Wax was not a black-and-white anaglyph film but was filmed in Warnercolor and Natural Vision 3D(one of several competing 3D systems), and required polarized glasses in order to be seen in 3D (ditto for such movies as WB's Dial M For Murder [Warnercolor], or Columbia's Miss Sadie Thompson [Technicolor], or MGM's Kiss Me Kate [Anscocolor])...
Do a search on keyword 3D, you'll find dozzens of sights on the web to get a headache. Look at what is 5 feet away, but you perceive it be in front of your nose.
Red and blue shades on, I have a 6 pair of Ray Harry plastic frames *not* cardboard!
Biggest laugh: I have a 3D movie poster of the Film. I introduced my 4 year old niece to the Jaws 3D shark movie poster (Full Length) I had sent away for. I then put the glasses on her she nearly jumped into my arms, she said the shark, was jumping at her I was ROTFLMAO!
Best 3D movie: Jaws 3D with Dennis Quaid, and Bess Armstrong IMHO! You could actually see everybody *ducking* their heads, when the sharks side fin came out of the screen! Yowza
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