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The good and bad of 3D TV

By September 23, 2009March 24th, 2020Newswires

The good and bad of 3D TV
Does EastEnders really need the added dimension?
by Dan Sung

It`s one thing to be working on getting 3DTV into our homes but it`s another challenge altogether for the production companies to figure out what works in this new medium and what doesn`t. Some of the genres speak for themselves but with tests already under way many of the results have been surprising to say the least. So, what should we be looking forward to watching in 3D from the comfort of our own homes and what might be worth giving a miss?

Used and Approved

In the world of 3D, horror is a touch on the obvious side but there`s no denying it works. The vast majority of the features in the Golden Era were designed to freak the audience out as much as possible by having creatures and deadly objects leap out the screen. Even though you know it`s a trick, when things really pop out at you, it still makes you flinch. If it was B-movie heaven in the 50s just imagine how much more effective horror is in the hands of director`s like Wes Craven and John Carpenter.

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