Watch: New Trailer for Drafthouse's 'Comin' At Ya! 3D' Restoration
It's Back! It's Bigger! It's Better! And it's… Comin' At Ya! Get your very first look at the brand new official trailer for Drafthouse Films' Comin' At Ya! 3D restoration that will be playing in 3D in Texas theaters this month. The film is an indie spaghetti western from 1981 developed in 3D starring Tony Anthony, directed by Ferdinando Baldi. Our trailer is, unfortunately, in 2D, but you'll still get the idea from all the footage. This certainly looks like a lot of classic western, cheesy 3D fun. Its now been fully restored and is "the kind of experience you can only get in a theater!" Brand new official trailer and poster for this re-release below.
Here's the official trailer for Ferdinando Baldi's Comin' at Ya! 3D restoration, from Drafthouse Films:
Comin' At Ya! In 1981, armed with exclusively developed, cutting-edge 3D technology co-writer, producer & star Tony Anthony enlisted Italian genre veteran Fernando Baldi to realize the first-ever 3D spaghetti western – a grindhouse-fueled tale of a vengeful gunslinger. Breaking indie box office records, Comin' at Ya! 3D is credited with igniting a resurgence of studio-produced 3D films. Thirty years later, Anthony and producer Tom Stern of Sternco 3D have broken new frontiers again with the first fully restored classic 3D film in high-def, utilizing contemporary state-of-art RealD technology. After premiering at Fantastic Fest, Drafthouse Films picked this up and will be re-releasing limited throughout Texas starting February 24th.
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
This kind of stuff was cool 40 years ago. It's not anymore.
Blurb on Feb 6, 2012
3D, yeah, but also this corny filmed-in-the-backyard junk. This is why places like the Alamo Draft House aren't as relevant as its niche group of fans pretends it is. Pulp films are just not entertaining anymore.
Blurb on Feb 6, 2012
I really wish more companies would put out 3D SBS files on youtube. Youtube is allowing it. I mean I just watched the new Phantom Menace 3D trailer but I'd much rather have seen this.
DaftBot on Feb 6, 2012
This kind of stuff was cool 40 years ago. Now it's just plain awesome! I really love corny filmed-in-the-backyard junk. This is why places like the Alamo Drafthouse are far more relevant than its niche group of fans portray it to be. Pulp films are easily the most entertaining sort of entertainment of all time.
Ivechosendarkness on Feb 6, 2012
Blurb on Feb 7, 2012
Thank goodness it's only in Texas release. Who cares about this cheesy and corny 3D western? Only loser Rick Perry will watch this and claim it's the best movie of all time.
Jedibilly on Feb 6, 2012
HAHA! solid burn
Conrad Williams on Feb 9, 2012
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