Jump to content

PKK

Full Member
  • Content Count

    1,301
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

38 Neutral

About PKK

  • Rank
    1000+ Post Club

Profile Fields

  • Location
    Sydney
  • Country
    Australia

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. For TV I found those light weight LG passive 3D (cinema type) glasses works perfectly well over my prescription glasses. For projector I have bought nearly all brands I can find. Some might have better design then others in comfort but usually I will forget wearing any of them in a moment. Just start worrying about rechargeable ones as the inbuilt battery will certainly die one day especially if you left them untouched for too long. Have to take them all out for a recharge last night and keep them alive. Those running on button batteries becomes a better idea in long term. After
  2. Bought enough Trolls to show my support of probably the last local 3D ever.
  3. Received my last order just in time for Christmas. Something juicy for the holiday. BTW I have triple bad lucks with orders from Amazon UK through Amazon AU lately. First order had 4 blurays slipped out from the cardboard sleeve and only 1 received. Second order was partially received and the one I want most (order again from first order but now sold out) never arrived. Third order received in a damaged carton with big opening on both sides. Lucky everything was still intact but unlucky the electronic device I bought spits out smoke with burning smell after 3 days of use. Never had
  4. I believe I have already bought all readily available local 3D releases out there, except any horror movie which is not my thing. Now I am mostly moving on to those import only 3Ds and rare ones. Looks like there is no more new announcement after "Trolls World Tour". I still enjoy watching movies in 3D and believe the LG Passive 3D OLED and Optoma Laser projector gives me the best 3D experience on both worlds. Dug up the "Immortals" and found alongside a couple of interesting titles. Many have beautiful 3D lenticular covers which is already a thing of the past. Too bad the beauty
  5. Have to dig up the "Immortals" somewhere from home as I should have bought it since new but never watched it once. A glimpse of trailer looks interesting with that heavy style of "300". Bought some more 3Ds from local and oversea. Happy to find the rare local "Puss in Boots" after buying the German version from Germany but received a random disc instead. Should have got a couple more from Amazon UK but sadly most were slipped off from the loosely packed cardboard package during transit and lost. Just one left inside an Auspost plastic bag saying the content is miss
  6. I have bought some hard to find titles from Germany like "Street Dance 3D", which I believe was first released in Red and Blue 3D format before. "Oops Noah is Gone" is an interesting movie with many names. It is also known as " All Creatures Great and Small" and "Two by Two" in different countries. Found the local release of "Street Dance 2 3D" to complete the series.
  7. Happy to see 3D is not totally dead in Australia just yet. Trolls World Tour 3D is coming in December. Although I have bought it months ago from UK, I might have to show my support and buy the local one again when the price is right. Airmail from HK is finally back after months of suspension so my order can be resumed. Bought a pile of Chinese movies plus animation and some hard to find titles there like "Young and Prodigious TS Spivet" and "The Flying Machine".
  8. I believe I have tried all options with JVC and some combination does improve 3D a bit but it just can't compete with the smooth and solid 3D motion of the Optoma Laser. The difference is night and day I am afraid. Just received my last order of Trolls World Tour 3D along with others and I am afraid it could be a long while before seeing another 3D release if there is any coming.
  9. Glad to see 3D lovers around. I think nothing can best the last generation of LG 4K Oled with passive glasses. It is bright, no cross talk and 3D motions is solid. Not to mention those glasses are cheap, light and everywhere. For projectors although I already own a few Benqs and JVC but none can give 3D justice. Benqs has smooth motion but lacking brightness behind glasses. JVC has great PQ but 3D motion gives me headache. So I recently bought a high lumen Optoma Laser ZH406 to fill the gap. As a business class PJ the price is reasonably low. It is perfect for 3D , youtube and an
  10. 5 weeks and over seems to be the norm for shipping from UK these days. Stardog and Onwards are the 2 latest 3D releases. Trolls World Tour is next and so far no further 3D announcement after.
  11. JB is having their 30% off discount today but the 4K Skywalker Saga boxset is always excluded from any of their deals. I have bought them all in BD and 4K before so for no good reason I just pick up their DVD boxset simply for the joy of collection in cheap. There is no bonus just movies itself. The box is very attractive and nicely made.
  12. I bet he means Zavvi. Better use their .au site to pay in AUD. They all ship from UK anyway.
  13. Yes the local one is from JB and they have 30% off just for today so better grab it fast. On the first day of release all 3 of my local JB has no stock so I have to buy online and paid extra for postage.
  14. It is really a bad time for importing discs. Many oversea shops have stop shipping to Australia. Even Amazon USA has block us one more time. Orders took up to 7 weeks to arrive from UK . Still waiting for many. Wonder when we will get back to normal.
  15. Happy to see Waterloo got a local release of 1000 units with deluxe slipcase so as a fan I can't help grabbing one. The Aussie release has a special feature that talks about the background of the movie which is very informative and not on the German import. But missing so many like chapter menu, galleries, foreign languages and subtitles (not even English). So it is hard for me to choose one over the other.
×
×
  • Create New...