3D movies hailed a success at Burnham-On-Sea Ritz Cinema
introduction of 3D movies at Burnham-On-Sea's cinema has been
hailed a success by its owners.
first reported by Burnham-On-Sea.com last
week, The Ritz in Victoria Street has invested £75,000
in a new state-of-the-art digital projector.
first 3D film, blockbuster Avartar, was watched by film
fans at the cinema on Friday (February 26th), as pictured here,
with further screenings continuing this week.
owner Pat Scott, pictured, told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We have
been very busy the last few days - everyone thought the 3D technology
is the current buzz word in the cinema world and we want The Ritz
to be a part of it. We're
very excited to have bought this brand new digital projector."
added that viewers have to wear 3D glasses to fully enjoy the
film, but they are more comfortable than the cheap ones from the
added: "They really do bring films alive and put you in the
middle of film scenes. It's quite incredible!"
re-make of Alice In Wonderland will be shown in 3D next
month at The Ritz and other films coming soon include How To Train
Your Dragon, Toy Story 3 and Piranah.
Ritz Cinema is one of just a handful of cinemas across the west
country with 3D installed. There are others in Barnstable, Bristol,
Taunton and Truro.
Ritz Cinema's owners, Pat and Beryl Scott, first revealed the
plans for a 3D projector to Burnham-On-Sea.com last