Them! 3D Blu Ray 1954

Them! 3D Blu Ray 1954

Year: 1954
Country: USA
Producer: Gordon Douglas
Duration: 1h 34 min.
Cast: James Whitmore, Edmund Gwenn, Joan Weldon, James Arness, Onslow Stevens, Sean McClory, Christian Drake
Conversion 2D to 3D by: JFC
Type 3D: Conversion
IMDB: 7.2
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Them! 3D is a classic sci-fi horror film that takes place in the desolate New Mexico desert. The story begins when two police officers, Ben Peterson and Ed Blackburn, discover a young girl wandering aimlessly in shock near a caravan. The girl is traumatized, and the caravan is completely destroyed, with no signs of the occupants.

As the investigation unfolds, evidence leads the officers to an isolated cabin where they find a mysterious trail of large footprints and a strange, high-pitched sound. This discovery prompts the involvement of the FBI, and the case is handed over to Special Agent Robert Graham and Dr. Harold Medford, a myrmecologist (ant expert).

Them! 3D not only delivers thrilling action and suspense but also touches on themes of the unintended consequences of scientific advancements and the potential dangers of nuclear weapons. The film remains a classic in the science fiction genre, leaving audiences on the edge of their seats with its chilling portrayal of mutated creatures and the valiant efforts to stop them from wreaking havoc on humanity.

Them! 3D Blu Ray 1954 originally was not released in 3D but has been converted to 3D specifically for the 3D-HD.CLUB, offering viewers an enhanced visual experience of the thrilling action sequences and special effects in the movie.

3D conversion by JFC

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Blu-ray 3D: 19.9 GB

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User reviews (3)
  1. Guest
    18 August 2023 04:45
    One of the best 50's A-bomb big monster movies. In 2d. So what is the verdict when you take such a classic and make it 3D? A totally different movie. In 2d, frankly, it is a little cheesy. But just watch the first three scenes of the movie in 3D. You have some honest to goodness horror feel here now. That is just not present in the 2d version. It is something about being in the scene which gives it that "you are exposed to what is out there kiling everyone" that is not present in the 2d. And the movie just rolls along in a beautiful pastel of 3D that takes you where the 2d version just couldn't. It was originally planned to be a 3D movie in the first place, but in the 50's money mattered. The 3D scenes are all there, but now you get to see them as intended. This is the kind of psychological horror you just don't see anymore. Now everyone is cut up, chopped up and bled out. I've seen that so much it just has no appeal to me anymore. But when you immerse yourself in a well made sci fi movie it can actually get pretty intense. This is the case here. Same for War of the Worlds, now in JFC 3D, and certainly such classics as The Exorcist, now in JFC 3D. It is such a shame, now that 3D is basically dead to the masses, that the real beauty of 3D is now coming forth. I can only hope everyone who reads this and wonders if it is worth the time to see JFC's work on a 50's sci fi classic, will take the time to do so. For in the end, this is what 3D was supposed to be. At least when you are done, you will be able to say you now know the promise that 3D held, and for us tiny few, holds. 3D was never a gimmick; except for the P.T. Barnum's who tried to sell it to us as that. A promised fulfilled by JFC. The Master.
  2. Guest
    1 December 2023 16:16
    Well done JFC what a great conversion, I love to see these old classics get the 3D treatment, this was pure joy to watch this in 3D.
  3. gary adams
    Member
    29 December 2023 14:46
    was really looking forward to watching this in 3d and you delivered ! Would love you to tackle some of the old classics Like universals Frankenstein and some Hammer Horror films
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