|Product Name||The Mask 3-D [Blu-ray]|
|Category||Electronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B014LHPGU6|
|Price New||16.67 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Price Used||22.37 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Run Time||83 minutes|
|Cast||Bill Walker, Claudette Nevins, Paul Stevens|
|Run Time||83 minutes|
|Width||5.3 inches (convert)|
|Height||0.35 inches (convert)|
|Length||6.75 inches (convert)|
|Weight||15 hundredths pounds (convert)|
|Format||Blu-ray, NTSC, Surround Sound, 3D, Widescreen|
|Run Time||83 minutes|
|Long Description||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. Shot in Toronto on a shoestring budget, THE MASK (retitled Eyes of Hell for its American release) claims the distinction of being the first feature-length Canadian horror movie. Director Julian Roffman turns the act of wearing the anaglyph 3D glasses into part of the theatrical experience: when Barnes' voice intones the immortal words "Put the mask on, now!," the audience puts on their glasses to witness the doctor's visions, a riot of psychedelic imagery rendered in bright, blazing color. Premiering at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival, this edition of THE MASK was digitally restored by the 3-D Film Archive from the best surviving 35mm film elements. ONE NIGHT IN HELL (3-D Animated Short): From internationally award-winning animation studio and production company Unanico Group, and visionary rock musician Brian May, a 3D phenomenon of 1860s Paris is unleashed on the 21st century. ONE NIGHT IN HELL is a devilish and spectacular animation short that tells the story of one skeleton s journey into a stereoscopic Hell. The film features exclusive new music from Brian May & the Czech National Symphony Orchestra and has a Dolby Atmos track. Special Features: 3-D sequences provided in both stereoscopic (3-D television required) and anaglyph formats (red/cyan glasses not included), Newly restored Electro-Magic Sound (optional 5.1 Surround during 3-D sequences), Audio commentary by 3-D film historian Jason Pichonsky, Making-of Documentary, Four trailers and TV spots, 3-D Setup Video (for monitor calibration), Films by visual consultant Slavko Vorkapich: 9413: The Life and Death of a Hollywood Extra (11 min.), Abstract Experiment in Kodachrome (2 min.), Montage Sequences (6 sequences, 12 min. total)|
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