I like the older ones, e. The creator was banned from the forum shortly after talking about it, and I haven't seen him since. That's really not any better or worse than I expected to see, though, so I won't pretend to be disappointed. From this point on, energised by his new stylish mask, Jason becomes proactive and murders every teenager in the house to make sure nobody ever goes in his barn again. These guys have their motorcycles knocked over by Shelley reversing the van into them, but instead of punching his annoyingly stupid face in, they just break his windscreen before allowing him to drive away.
Thankfully most of the 3D gimmick shots are preserved wonderfully in full 3D, but a couple gimmick shots that stick out of the screen are sadly in 2D. One deficit in the sound is that it suffers a tad from a little boost in the high frequencies that cause the strings to sound rather sharp. The lossless audio doesn't really take all that many liberties with the original sound design, though. Clearly Jason does not believe in supporting local businesses. We actually exchanged pm's about the project.
The impact really varies from one shot to the next. The format existed for European consumers, but more as an education tool than an entertainment medium. The famous score sounds lush with a wide soundstage, distinct instrument separation, and a strong breadth of dynamics. I gave him some thoughts I had on the transfer, along with some timecodes of when there are glitches and errors. Also, this movie mentions Mary Jo Conrad, but never tells us who she is! Keep in mind that it is flawed though.
This infantile and pathetic behaviour, as well as his terrible hair and clothes, made me loathe him immediately, which was a feeling that all of the other characters seemed to share with me. Sometimes I just go to Youtub e to watch which is also horrible. Who is this Mary Jo Conrad? I've used my Plex media server to stream it previously myself though I have a copy burned to bd-r as well. He replied back that he was planning on tweaking the final version but he never posted it to my knowledge. I indirectly offered the files to TeamBlu to see if they wanted to put together a Friday Part 3 project release but never heard anything back.
Most of the shots in 2D are quick - the majority of the film is still in amazing 3D - but there are a fair number of shots - some just a few seconds, some longer - that aren't in 3D. I have heard of some of these floating around, but I haven't been able to find them. The print Shout used must have been from a near-release print. I watched it on my 3D tv, and it was indeed spectacular. Part 3 widens the aspect ratio by providing a 2. I already have a bid on it. One solution may be for interested parties to create their own mega.
A bigger issue is that a fair amount of footage in this fan release is in 2D, not 3D. It's still my preferred version to watch though, and will definitely be seen at least once this month, since it's October and all. Thankfully most of the 3D gimmick shots are preserved wonderfully in full 3D, but a couple gimmick shots that stick out of the screen are sadly in 2D. In one scene, a machete splits a guy in half from the crotch down as he is standing on his hands. The creator was banned from the forum shortly after talking about it, and I haven't seen him since. It's still the best 3D presentation you are likely to see of this movie, ever, until Paramount or Warner decides to release this properly in 3D. I mean, there's really not even a plot to rattle off this time around.
Richard Brooker as Jason barely has to do anything except walk and swing various weapons and the biker gang are so hammy and over-the-top that they become three of the funniest people in the entire film. Thankfully most of the 3D gimmick shots are preserved wonderfully in full 3D, but a couple gimmick shots that stick out of the screen are sadly in 2D. Somehow, in the space of one day, Jason has suddenly become taller, bulkier and lost most of his hair! This movie really packs a punch with Jason stronger than ever and super mega gore moments. Written by An Idyllic summer turns into a nightmare of unspeakable terror for yet another group of naive counsellors. With that said, I've nearly gotten the full file uploaded on mega.
The fact that both perspectives were available meant they could be assembled into a fully functioning Real 3d image, and not just one that was post processed into 3D. The apps are synchronized with your account at Blu-ray. I was fortunate enough to be one of the few folks that got a copy prior to him getting the boot, so I really don't know how many other people have copies. I'd love to get Jaws 3D as well either officially or at least through a preservation effort. It's still an essential purchase for Friday the 13th completists, though, especially now that the movie's not just being issued in high definition but in 3D to boot. I'm one of the other lucky few that manged to get a copy before he stopped posting there.