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bethmadethis says:

Did anyone see those bats on the Frankenstein movie last night? they were pretty smashing.

18th Nov 2009, 12:26

mat says:

I can't sit through Flesh for Frankenstein long enough, to be honest.

Watched some of the other stuff on monday. Was really disappointed. Anaglyphic 3d is pretty poor to start with, and the cheap gels in those glasses don't help either.

Channel Four could have tried a bit harder, to be honest. There's room for a really good documentary on the history and development of 3D, complete with loads of nifty demos and cool stuff. But what did we get? Cheap magic show and five minutes of The Queen dragged out to a very dull hour.

18th Nov 2009, 13:31

bethmadethis says:

Oh yes, totally gimmicky and not really done with any depth or sophistication. I watched about ten minutes of FFF whilst channel hopping and caught the bats, they were spiffy but the rest of what I saw wasn't very impressive.

18th Nov 2009, 13:35

Viv says:

totally unaware here in the rainy dales!

like the pic though Beth :)

18th Nov 2009, 14:16

Rich says:

And then having two films of their season start after midnight... Yeah, I can't really be arsed to stay up that late to get a slight headache.

They could've shown Dial N for Nurder, for crying out loud.

18th Nov 2009, 14:19

PrincessJun says:

Have been disappointed in it all so far on channel 4 - but I love your pic! I took one last night as I thought they looked pretty fab, but didn't come out as good as this one - retro eighties album cover style!

18th Nov 2009, 17:18

nige says:

I wondered if I'd see a 3D portrait this week. Fab ; )

18th Nov 2009, 20:35

beth says:

I implore you all to do it! please! for me :)

18th Nov 2009, 21:09

beth says:

they make everything a bit freaky, like the onset of a migraine.

18th Nov 2009, 21:13

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