I went to see it this past week. It was ok in S3D but then again I haven't been overly impressed with any S3D movies in RealD. The depth isn't always there and there isn't enough separation for me. I understand the majority of audiences would get a headache and complain if the the settings were jacked up as high as I'd like them
I don't think the film did well around my neck of the woods. My theater was practically empty and it was not advertised in any media form other than a theater listing in the newspaper.
Journey was a little better but Nightmare was a more 'fun' movie for me.