The Mask 3D Blu Ray 1961

The Mask 3D Blu Ray 1961

Country: Canada
Producer: Julian Roffman
Duration: 1h 23 min.
Format 3D: Blu Ray 3D
Cast: Paul Stevens, Claudette Nevins, Bill Walker, Anne Collings, Martin Lavut
Subtitles: English
Language: English
IMDB: 5.9
Story 3D Movie
Driven mad by nightmares he believes is caused by an ancient mask he once wore, the young archaeologist commits suicide. But before that, he sends a mask to his psychiatrist, who will soon also have to plunge into the surreal world of madness, not subject to scientific medical explanation in the movie The Mask 3d blu ray.
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Trailer The Mask 3D Blu Ray 1961
Latest comments (1)
  1. 3D Enthusiast
    6 April 2022 08:05
    A quick comment about this movie.

    Most of this movie is in 2D, so don’t be shocked like I was during playback; only a few portions are in 3D. When you hear the dialog “put the mask on now”, it is time to place your 3D glasses on in preparation for the upcoming 3D sequence. The 3D scenes occur only 3-times, each lasting about 5-minutes in duration. The first such occurrence starts around 27-minutes into the movie, the second is around 46-minutes, and the third and final time is around 1-hour 10-minutes. The whole movies runtime is 1-hour 23-minutes 2-seconds.
    Personally I do not care for this type of movie, however, it has a somewhat good rating/ranking and is a classic 3D film, and so what I think doesn’t really matter overall.

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