DE Podcast: Journey into the Third Dimension

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© Copyright 20th Century Fox

© Copyright 20th Century Fox

A look at 3-D cinema! In this episode, Chris, Frank, and Dimitri recommend a few 3-D oldies, apparently unimpressed with the recent wave. Then Eric joins the panel to comment on RealD technology and retroactive 3-D conversions. Also, the gang tries to devise a sequel to James Cameron’s 2009 blockbuster Avatar. Come back next time as we make our 2011 Oscar predictions.

  • 00:00     Introduction
  • 00:45     Show and Tell: Gorillas at Large
  • 02:08     Show and Tell: Return of the Creature from the Black Lagoon
  • 03:32     Show and Tell: The 3-D Loch Ness Experience
  • 04:33     Fad or Future?
  • 15:11     Retroactive 3-D
  • 21:44     Electric Boogaloo Factory: Avatar II – The Real Avatar
  • 22:18     Electric Boogaloo Factory: Avatar II – The BP Experiment
  • 23:29     Electric Boogaloo Factory: Avatar II – Journey to a New World
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Literary Correspondent: With a sordid past involving illustrations, libraries, and subtitles, Chris has reinvented himself as a specialist in the liberal insertion of puns. Like anyone working with words, he hides an embarrassing novel in his drawer but not in his drawers.

Panelist: Dedicated high school teacher by day and halfhearted salsa student by night, Eric has extensive comic book knowledge and an affinity for convoluted puns. He also quotes French films in their original language, but don't be too hard on him.

Editor in Chief / Movie Critic: When he started this site, Dimitri never thought he'd be writing blurbs about himself in the third person. In his other life, he works as a writer, translator, and editor for various publications in print and online. His motto is, "Have pen, will travel."

Panelist: Known as the Funky Chicken, Frank has been on the Internet since 1996. When he isn't rambling on our podcast, the cyber-librarian tames electrons for his municipal book repository. He is brought to you by the letter Q and the number three.