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Mar 1 12 9:05 PM
Mar 1 12 10:50 PM
cjh5801 wrote:The curved screen I mentioned was the Cinerama in Seattle. I didn't realize that they were so rare.
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It just occurred to me. I don't know anything about film projection, but, strictly from a common sense viewpoint, wouldn't there be some distortion if a standard one-projector image is shown on a curved screen? I mean, if you focus the image at the center of the screen, wouldn't the side images be out of focus because of a shorter "throw?" I now wait patiently for someone to explain why I'm wrong, and express pity for my sad, lingering ignorance.
Mar 2 12 1:09 PM
horrorfilmx wrote:Oh wait, you were talking about distortion and not focus. Never mind.
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Excuse me......You want me to do what with my what now?
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kolchak72 wrote:AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON.Loved Rick Baker's work,and Jenny Agutter,but the movie as a whole just didn't work for me.I found it neither scary or funny.
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Carl Eyesnheart wrote:I'm adding the films of Ed Wood to this list. IMO they are not bad in a fun way, they are bad in a terribly boring way.
Jean Rollin films can also sit right alongside Ed.
These two are not SF/H/ or Fantasy, but they are "classics" that do nothing for me at all.
GONE WITH THE WIND ruffles my feathers. I just will never understand why Hollywood always wants us to feel sympathy for the South, and a romance set in the south during this time period will always make me puke.
CITIZEN KANE bored me.
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Monsterpal wrote:I can't think of any that I hate outright, but I can take THE EXORCIST or leave it.
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