Browsing Archive: April, 2010

Monsterpalooza 2010

Posted by Cliff Robertson on Saturday, April 17, 2010,

Okay, I went to the biggest monster convention on the west coast: Monsterpalooza!  April 9-11, in Burbank California.  Here’s the thing: I promised to do a write up for my blog, however, I wrote a big report and submitted it to Scary Monsters magazine.  Dennis Druktenis, the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, is considering printing my article!  So, if I posted it all here, wouldn’t I be scooping the magazine that I want to be published in?

I can say that it was a very good show! I really en...


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3-D vs. Us!

Posted by Cliff Robertson on Wednesday, April 7, 2010,

The new 3-D movies promise audiences with an enhanced entertainment experience, but some are just finding it just annoying.  There are between 2% and 12% of the population that can’t see 3-D due to blindness in one eye or mild binocular disorder.  Some people will leave from screenings early because of headaches and dizziness.

Sure the 3-D effects were amazing in Avatar, but after all the pizzazz you’re left with a weak plot.  3-D didn’t help with the storytelling.

Right now, there ...


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Browsing Archive: April, 2010

Monsterpalooza 2010

Posted by Cliff Robertson on Saturday, April 17, 2010,

Okay, I went to the biggest monster convention on the west coast: Monsterpalooza!  April 9-11, in Burbank California.  Here’s the thing: I promised to do a write up for my blog, however, I wrote a big report and submitted it to Scary Monsters magazine.  Dennis Druktenis, the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, is considering printing my article!  So, if I posted it all here, wouldn’t I be scooping the magazine that I want to be published in?

I can say that it was a very good show! I really en...


Continue reading ...
 

3-D vs. Us!

Posted by Cliff Robertson on Wednesday, April 7, 2010,

The new 3-D movies promise audiences with an enhanced entertainment experience, but some are just finding it just annoying.  There are between 2% and 12% of the population that can’t see 3-D due to blindness in one eye or mild binocular disorder.  Some people will leave from screenings early because of headaches and dizziness.

Sure the 3-D effects were amazing in Avatar, but after all the pizzazz you’re left with a weak plot.  3-D didn’t help with the storytelling.

Right now, there ...


Continue reading ...
 
 

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