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FYE operates on EDT time, so this 31.4% off promo will end at 9PM for those of you who live in the west coast. These are all domestic 3D releases with valid digital copy unlike the import 3D from overseas. Update your profile with BSP 466722791433 for additional 10% off. I'm not going to spend one hour posting links and get 50 thumb downs for the effort. This will probably be the last time I post anything from F.Y.E. because the BSP membership expires in April.

Smallfoot 3D [fye.com]
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Gindelwald 3D [fye.com]
are all priced at $19.75.

I'm also listing the most recent domestic 3D titles, price shown after you have $50 worth of stuff and BSP:

Meg 3D [fye.com]: $18.51
Skyscraper 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom 3D [fye.com]: $12.96
Ready Player One 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Rampage 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Pacific Rim Uprising 3D [fye.com]: $12.96
Tomb Raider 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Justice League 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Geostorm 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Blade Runner 2049 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Sing 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Wonder Woman 3D [fye.com]: $12.96

Sector 7 3D [fye.com]: $14.19

Note, 31.4% off only works for items that are not on sale. The Grinch 3D is on sale so the discount will not apply.

Effective discount is 38.26% off for everything. There are deals everywhere, too much to list everything. Please share what you bought because others might need it to reach $50. Don't forget there is 3.5% cash back.
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Will also have to get a projector or hope the tech returns and is still compatible with current discs. Will be heartbroken when my lg e6p dies as I believe it's the summit of 3d displays...
It is...I have the same TV and will flip my lid the day it kicks the bucket.
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I need to put an alert for Spider-Man Into the Spiderverse in 3d.

With that said. Good find on these.
Having seen Spiderverse in 3D in theaters I have the say it's not worth it. If you've seen Spiderverse you know that they use a layering technique that gives the 2D picture depth but double that for 3D and it's a mess. It looks like you're seeing 4 layers at once.
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Thanks OP! Got Meg 3D plus three others.
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What are you guys going to do with all these 3D BRs once the compatible TV's and headgear die?

I'm not trolling, just curious and ignorant of the subject.
3D is still strong in the projector world. Just wish it was still more prominent state side, but I order a lot from the UK now. 3d theater releases still do well too.
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I'm getting the backstage pass discount, but not the additional 31.4%. Deal dead?
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Taiwan, even if nobody else says thanks, I'll say thank you publicly. There are a few people left here who still like 3D, but I think people are so used to buying 3Ds for $10 in past Best Buy BF deals or Amazon UK blowouts that $15-$20 for a recent US release might be too much for most people except the hardcore 3Ders like you and me.

Sadly The Grinch 3D is excluded like you said, as are preorders like Aquaman 3D. There are many cheap used movies to be found which people might like (if you know what you're looking for), though for some reason all of the used ones priced at $7.00 do not get the 31.4% discount either. There was at least 1 brand new 3-movie Bluray packs for $5 (no 31.4% discount) people may want... search on Ghost Ship to find one of them.

Hopefully people will post what they found here to give people ideas. However, as an official (by my own reckoning) SD realist and cynic, I'd be shocked if this thread gets as much attention as it deserves because it's 3D titles for >= $15.

I'll throw out one thought on the tiny hope someone comments. I really liked the movie Blood Punch, and a couple years ago when I checked, only a DVD was available. Well, now I see a Blood Punch Bluray for $13.99 before discounts on FYE and similar prices at several retailers. I Googled and could not find a single review anywhere on any site to describe the details of this Blood Punch Bluray. I couldn't even find an image of the US release's back cover. So I didn't order it at FYE. Does anyone have any links to useful info or perhaps owns the Blood Punch Bluray and can provide details?
This Blood punch? https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Bl...ay/168944/
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What are you guys going to do with all these 3D BRs once the compatible TV's and headgear die?

I'm not trolling, just curious and ignorant of the subject.
IDK, the obvious answer is to buy something newer and better.

3D isn't dead. It's just getting started. The TVs and projectors are like the early home computers. When they died many people said that home computing was dead. Did it die?

The best way to watch a 3D movie is using a VR headset. More of those were shipped in 2018 than ever before. It's just getting started. Studios are showing 3D movies in VR movie theaters.
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Will also have to get a projector or hope the tech returns and is still compatible with current discs. Will be heartbroken when my lg e6p dies as I believe it's the summit of 3d displays...
Use a VR headset. I can't go back to a 3D TV or projector now.
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I'm getting the backstage pass discount, but not the additional 31.4%. Deal dead?
As I mentioned, FYE operates on Eastern Time. The deal was over ~90 minutes ago. You're going to have to wait til next year.
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This Blood punch? https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Bl...ay/168944/
That's the right movie, but not the same version shown here on FYE.com:

https://www.fye.com/blood-punch-b...146br.html
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Blood-...y/55368186

I'm trying to find out details about this different (US, I presume) version sold on FYE.com, Amazon, Target and Walmart (not at Best Buy). No reviews and no info on it so far.
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hariseldon, thanks for all that good info and links. I will look through those links to prepare lists for future sales. The prices are pretty steep, but there are some titles I recognize and maybe I can find some close enough to $10 that I can handle buying them.
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IDK, the obvious answer is to buy something newer and better.

3D isn't dead. It's just getting started. The TVs and projectors are like the early home computers. When they died many people said that home computing was dead. Did it die?

The best way to watch a 3D movie is using a VR headset. More of those were shipped in 2018 than ever before. It's just getting started. Studios are showing 3D movies in VR movie theaters.
If we can all agree that 3D has been a big failure, it's highly unlikely for studios to back VR. It's just too gimmicky at that point.

The only studios in US supporting 3D are the ones that backed HD-DVD, namely Paramount, Universal, and Warner. It's too much to ask them to invest on another format.
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If we can all agree that 3D has been a big failure, it's highly unlikely for studios to back VR. It's just too gimmicky at that point.

The only studios in US supporting 3D are the ones that backed HD-DVD, namely Paramount, Universal, and Warner. It's too much to ask them to invest on another format.
3D hasn't been a failure. Don't generalize what happens locally in the US to what happens in the rest of the world. Many things were huge outside the US that most Americans have never heard of. Such as video-cd. That was the disc format that people used before DVD. In the US it's virtually unknown. This is why you can get 3D movies in Europe and Asia that you can't get in the US.

Anyways, the studios don't have to support VR. That's not how it works. They just have to keep producing movies the same way they have.

Having said that, the studios are investing in VR. It's not a gimmick. It's the future. If you aren't using VR, then you probably don't know that many movies already have a VR tie in to promote the movie. Sooner than either of us expects, people will talk about flat screen movies like we talk about silent films. The big hold up is right now there isn't a good way to capture real life VR. There are some ways but they are time consuming and less than idea. It needs to be as simple as using a film or video camera. We aren't there yet.
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What are you guys going to do with all these 3D BRs once the compatible TV's and headgear die?

I'm not trolling, just curious and ignorant of the subject.
VR goggles, I use my oculus rift.
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3D hasn't been a failure. Don't generalize what happens locally in the US to what happens in the rest of the world. Many things were huge outside the US that most Americans have never heard of. Such as video-cd. That was the disc format that people used before DVD. In the US it's virtually unknown. This is why you can get 3D movies in Europe and Asia that you can't get in the US.

Anyways, the studios don't have to support VR. That's not how it works. They just have to keep producing movies the same way they have.

Having said that, the studios are investing in VR. It's not a gimmick. It's the future. If you aren't using VR, then you probably don't know that many movies already have a VR tie in to promote the movie. Sooner than either of us expects, people will talk about flat screen movies like we talk about silent films. The big hold up is right now there isn't a good way to capture real life VR. There are some ways but they are time consuming and less than idea. It needs to be as simple as using a film or video camera. We aren't there yet.
VCD isn't a good analogy because VCD was a short term solution until DVD arrived and the quality couldn't even compare with Laserdisc at the time. 3D had its chances for a decade. At one point cables were broadcasting 3D including sports. Shooting films in 3D isn't such a big leap compared to traditional filming. Director An Lee learned it in less than one year on the job while filming Life of Pi. VR has totally different requirement. It's more suitable for gaming. It doesn't have a lot of added value for movies because movie interaction with audience is very limited. If there is no way to do it, why would it be the future with any certainty? You don't actually believe stuff like Ready Player One will happen in the future? You might as well say that transporter is the method of travel in the distance future.

Also, overseas market is different. For example, Asian studios always include 3D disc. They don't sell 2D only package like we do. So their 3D sale is very skewed because it's identical with 2D. Europeans have different licensing agreement with our studios, especially the ones that dropped 3D in this country.
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VCD isn't a good analogy because VCD was a short term solution until DVD arrived and the quality couldn't even compare with Laserdisc at the time. 3D had its chances for a decade. At one point cables were broadcasting 3D including sports. Shooting films in 3D isn't such a big leap compared to traditional filming. Director An Lee learned it in less than one year on the job while filming Life of Pi. VR has totally different requirement. It's more suitable for gaming. It doesn't have a lot of added value for movies because movie interaction with audience is very limited. If there is no way to do it, why would it be the future with any certainty? You don't actually believe stuff like Ready Player One will happen in the future? You might as well say that transporter is the method of travel in the distance future.

Also, overseas market is different. For example, Asian studios always include 3D disc. They don't sell 2D only package like we do. So their 3D sale is very skewed because it's identical with 2D. Europeans have different licensing agreement with our studios, especially the ones that dropped 3D in this country.
VCD is short term? It's been around longer than DVD or blu-ray. People still use it. VCD was never meant to compete with laserdisc. It was meant to compete with VHS tape. That it does very well. Same video quality but all the benefits of digital media. Fast fast forwards and rewinds and no need to rewind before returning.

Shooting 3D is different from shooting 2D. That's why there are so many meh 3D films that don't add much to the 2D versions. A good 3D movie doesn't come about just because you are using a 3D camera, it comes about when you plan for a 3D movie during pre-production and frame the movie accordingly. Actually filming the movie is the end of the process.

There's more 3D content being created today than ever. What broadcasters do does not dictate what everyone does. If they did then the industry fully supports VR. Since many events are now streamed in VR. I haven't been to a major event in the last 2 years or so where they weren't taping it in VR. You just have to know what the cameras look like. Most people don't even realize they are cameras. Even Conan was streaming in VR until his show got cut in half.

VR is not more suitable for gaming. VR is suitable for anything. Some of the best rated VR experiences right now are movies. VR movies. There is no interaction other than being able to move around and adjust where you are looking. What happens is a narrative. Those aren't games. They aren't even interactive movies. You are along for the ride. You can just change your seat.
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