Makers of 3D Blu-ray movies have been releasing new and old blockbuster titles lately. With the newly released Titanic and Harry Potter in 3D as well as soon-to-be-released movies like Avatar, The Avengers, and Prometheus, the selection for quality 3D movies is improving.
While looking at lists of the best Blu-ray 3D movies available from Squidoo, Popular Mechanics, and About.com, it’s evident their list includes amazing movies, (some lists seem identical…) We would like to give you our picks of the top four Blu-ray 3D movies to enjoy in your home theater. With summer now drawing to a close, many of us will be spending more quality time at home. So let’s see which 3D movies can enhance the home viewing experience, (in no particular order):
- Avatar: On October 16, 2012, the highly anticipated limited edition Blu-ray 3D version of Avatar will be released. When released in theaters, Avatar was originally in 3D, however, upon its DVD release in 2010, the version was in 2D. Experiencing Avatar in the original 3D version will be amazing. Information on the contents of this version is currently unknown.
- Transformers: Dark of the Moon: Released in January 2012, Transformers: Dark of the Moon captures the feel of the theatrical release very well. According to Bluray.com, the 3D effects are evident and will leave the viewers satisfied and impressed. This 4 disc edition has the Blu-ray 3D version on disc 1, the standard Blu-ray version on disc 2, disc 3 has all the special features and disc 4 has the standard DVD version. The clip below is in 3D as well.
- Despicable Me: Released in December 2010, Despicable Me on Blu-ray 3D is a movie made for kids but is geared towards adults as well. The 3D effects are well done and similar to the theatrical release. There are scenes that really work well in 3D so ensure you watch this movie.
- Resident Evil – Afterlife: Reviews of this Blu-ray 3D have been very positive. Even if you are not a fan of the video game, the 3D effects in this movie are very well done. You will enjoy watching Resident Evil – Afterlife. The opening credits sequence is said to be picture-perfect 3D.