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The Lovers' Guide 3D (20th Anniversary Edition)

The Lovers' Guide 3D (20th Anniversary Edition)

Director: Kenneth D. Rye
Year: 2011

The ground-breaking guide is back with another no-holds-barred exploration of the pleasures of love-making. And this time it’s in 3D! Experience a never-before-seen sense of intimacy and a massively richer viewpoint. Comes with 3-D glasses. Learn how to take your sex life to new heights with this intimate guide, and unlock the secrets of truly sensational love-making.

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September Storm 3-D

September Storm 3-D

Director: Byron Haskin
Year: 1960

The long-lost 1960 3-D and Cinemascope feature September Storm is back, fully restored by the 3-D Film Archive!  New DCP now available!

This drama of treasure hunters exploring the Mediterranean Sea was the last 3-D picture filmed in the 1950s, and the first to be released in 3-D CinemaScope. Hoping to impress New York model Joanne Dru, sailor Asher Dann borrows his boss’s boat; con men Mark Stevens and Robert Strauss convince the couple to search for a fortune in sunken gold coins. Director Byron Haskin is best known for the 1953 classic THE WAR OF THE WORLDS; the script is by noir legend W. R. Burnett (THE ASPHALT JUNGLE, HIGH SIERRA). The first feature to include color underwater 3-D footage, SEPTEMBER STORM was long considered lost until the original negative elements were located for this digital restoration. - American Cinematheque

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Ape

Ape

Director: Paul Ledar
Year: 1976

Newly Re-mastered in 3-D and HD! A freighter peacefully glides the still waters of a soft Pacific night; their cargo: a recently captured 36-foot ape. A giant fist comes up through the deck sending the sailors sprawling and in a matter of seconds, the A*P*E (Attacking Primate monster) is loose!

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Those Redheads From Seattle

Those Redheads From Seattle

Director: Lewis R. Foster
Year: 1953

Newly Restored in HD from 2K Scans! A married woman (Agnes Moorehead) takes her four unmarried redheaded daughters (Rhonda Fleming, Teresa Brewer, Cynthia and Kay Bell of The Bell Sisters) to Alaska during the 1898 Gold Rush so they could help their father run his newspaper.  Hollywood veteran Lewis R. Foster directed this wonderful and colorful musical, which was the first ever 3-D musical and the first widescreen film released by Paramount Pictures.

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Goodbye to Language

Goodbye to Language

Director: Jean-Luc Godard
Year: 2014

Winner of the Jury Prize at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, Goodbye to Language is a triumphant masterpiece from Jean-Luc Godard.

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The Mask 3D

The Mask 3D

Director: Julian Roffman
Year: 1961

After the shocking death of a disturbed patient, psychiatrist Dr. Allan Barnes (Paul Stevens) comes into possession of the ancient tribal mask that supposedly drove the young man to his doom. When Barnes puts on the mask, he is assailed with nightmarish visions of monsters, occultists, and ritual torture. Believing that the mask has opened a portal to the deepest recesses of his mind, the doctor continues to explore this terrifying new psychic world; even as the mask reveals a latent violence in Barnes' nature that threatens those closest to him.

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The Maze

The Maze

Director: William Cameron Menzies
Year: 1953

Richard Carlson (The Magnetic Monster) stars as Scotsman Gerald MacTeam who abruptly breaks off his engagement to pretty Kitty Murray (Veronica Hurst) after receiving word of his uncle's death and inheriting a mysterious castle in the Scottish Highlands. Kitty refuses to accept the broken engagement and travels with her aunt (Katherine Emery) to the castle. When they arrive, they discover that Gerald has suddenly aged and his manner has changed significantly.

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I Can See You

I Can See You

Director: Graham Reznick
Year: 2008

When the three-man staff of a boutique ad firm trades their Brooklyn home base for a rural backwater campsite, a classic "city slickers in peril" scare-film set-up is reborn. But in I Can See You, Graham Reznick's "surprising horror debut" (Village Voice), nothing is what it seems for even the blink of an eye.

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The Bubble 3D

The Bubble 3D

Director: Arch Oboler
Year: 1966

In this terrifyingly eerie film by Arch Oboler a family is trapped inside of a dome surrounded by mindless drones and their only chance at survival is to escape. Now fully restored from the 35mm negatives by the 3-D Film Archive.

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