Okay, so no one is really crying out to see the classic film Battle Royale converted to 3D, but things happen ... especially things that we don't necessarily want to.
With AFM finally winding down a bit after a vicious horror filled start that saw nearly thirty stories per day last week, we're just about out of the woods. But that doesn't mean we're not going to bring you every last bit of news from the show that we can find. Hence your first look at the sales art for Battle Royale 3D.
Nothing is sacred anymore. Nothing. This 3D craze is just going too far. It's one thing to take a modern film during this latest jump-off-the-screen phase and convert it into, well, let's face it, subpar 3D; but now that people are going back to films that were made years ago to give them the pop-up-book treatment, our stomachs are really starting to hurt.