Saturday, 23 November 2013



EXCLUSIVE OFFER!!...Download Carnival of Souls 3D and you can will also get my exclusive 12 minute (11:52 exactly) 3D conversion of House on Haunted Hill (in side by side format)  for free. Alternatively, if you would just like to download the 12 minute sample, click on the House on Haunted Hill 3D link to go to buy it.

Carnival of Souls 3D is now available for download only. Click on the "BUY NOW" page for further information and to download.

Carnival of Souls 3D is an exclusive 3D conversion of the original movie Carnival of Souls. 2D23DConversions has spent 10 months creating almost 500 animated depth maps in order to create the 3D effect for every scene of the movie. This is a unique conversion and no other 3D versions of this movie exist. (See Demo video and other samples below)

Testimonials (both quotes refer to the anaglyph version only)

"This 3D version of Carnival of Souls is very, very cool! This was an incredible project for one person to take on and you've done an amazing job of adding very convincing 3D to the movie. This particular film was the perfect choice because of the unusual photography and bizarre settings which are really enhanced by the addition of depth. Watching it is a whole new experience. I couldn't be more impressed with your work. Thanks for making this available.....

Kerry Gammill......Marvel Comic Artist" 

"I have just finished watching your 3D version of "Carnival of Souls". Firstly may I congratulate you on what must have been a most difficult and time consuming endeavour. Despite the many issues you stated on your website that the film may have in viewing, i found it a very good match, smooth to watch and very naturalistic and surrealistic at the same time (in keeping with the film's feel). I should explain that I have seen every version of this film to date. The short cut, director's cut, Criterion collection version, laserdisc edition and colorized version. I have read just about everything ever written about it and have the comic, soundtrack, posters etc. Your film, and it is your film, because it is your interpretation of it, stands up very well next to the original. I imagine that if Herk Harvey or William Castle had had the technology and the money in the 1960s they would have thought of 3D too.....

George Hadjipater"