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This is a lousy, shot for video film. Lousy story, lousy acting, lousy (very lousy) dialogue, lousy sets (what sets???). Worst of all, it was published in interlaced 3-D which hardly makes any difference. There's really no 3-D definition mainly because nothing was shot with any depth of field except a few outdoor scenes. In these scenes, figures seem more to be Pulfich produced cut outs rather than true stereoscopic 3-D. I'm not sure if this was shot in 3-D to begin with, but I tend to think not. There's a whole series of phony 3-D films published by Slingshot Entertainment and they must be avoided unless of course, you want to pay $30 for films you can find at Target's $1 area (Night of the Living Dead, et al). The rule is, if it wasn't a 3-D movie to begin with, it ain't gonna be in 3-D ever. What happens with these films is that the 3-D "conversion" simply causes the image to "float" behind the TV window. Big deal. Anyway, Bloody Tease is just awful. Do not buy this DVD. It's horrible, and in 3-D a rip-off. Even if you get it for free,take it and eBay it for a buck.
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