3D films and DVD’s

If you are lucky enough to own a 3D television then you may be shocked at having to pay quite a bit extra for 3D films. You cannot often get 3D films on subscription-based film packages such as Now TV and Netflix so will need to buy the DVD’s to get the 3D version. New, these DVDs range from about £15 upwards of £20, so possibly an extra £5 to £10 compared to the normal version. This can very quickly add up and you may find that not only did you have to pay a lot more for your 3D TV to start with but it carries on costing you for years to come. You will also need to purchase 3D glasses (not all 3D televisions come with them) and these can be £30 plus per pair.
That being said, some of the films offer an amazing experience and really do immerse you in the film. It can make special effects even more special and bring any film to life.
To get the full effect of a 3D film on DVD, be sure to use a high-quality blue ray player and make sure that the room is quite dark. Background light or reflections and really spoil the effect and render the 3D element useless.