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3D Blu-ray: Getting started
To enjoy 3D movies at home you need a:
3D TV (with 3D glasses)
3D Blu-ray player (PlayStation 3 supports 3D as of September 2010)
3D Blu-ray movies
While convenient, a 3D receiver is not necessary to watch 3D movies as long as you send the audio to the receiver and the video to the 3D TV directly from the 3D Blu-ray player.
You can read more details about this and how to get started in our 3D TV review.
For additional help we recommend visiting our 3D forums.
I'm a sucker for heist flicks. Love 'em. I was actually a bit more excited about The Nut Job than my son, if you can believe it. He was in it for the wise-cracking animals, I was in it for the heist. ... The Nut Job 3D Blu-ray review »
Nurse 3D certainly isn’t a terminal case, but it ends up being on life support quite a bit of the time. Writer-
director Doug Aarniokoski starts his film with a brief textual prelude giving the ... Nurse 3D Blu-ray review »
47 Ronin is a film at war with itself. On one side a slippery, hyperstylized period drama based on one of the most well known accounts of honor and bushido in Edo-era Japan; on the other a wobbly, ... 47 Ronin 3D Blu-ray review »
Forget Goliath's intriguing alternate dieselpunk reality, inspired mech designs and gripping premise. Ignore the fact that it cleverly posits itself as a sequel to H. G. Wells' 1897 novel rather than ... War of the Worlds: Goliath Blu-ray review »
It’s probably just an unfortunate coincidence that Karl Urban, the actor playing “Bones” McCoy in Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness, plays a paleontologist in
bookending sequences that surround ... Walking With Dinosaurs: The Movie 3D Blu-ray review »
“The Flesh and Blood Show” opens with a shot of blood pouring down a pier pillar, setting a macabre mood for all the evildoing to come. It’s a fantastic way to kick off the picture. Cruelly, it’s the ... The Flesh and Blood Show Blu-ray review »