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I've just had a look on my Sony smart TV using unblockus and it dosent want to show me any 3D films on US Netflix.

Here's a list from 2013 though. http://www.reddit.com/r/netflix/comments/1n9xiu/list_of_3d_movies_currently_on_netflix/

Reading further it seems you need a PS3 or certain LG TV's for 3D films to show up on Netflix.

I signed up earlier and got access using unlocator free trial. Now tonight unlocator is saying a trial abuse detected and I will need to subscribe to continue using the service. All I done was turn off the TV and back on tonight.

There was a few 3d movies that will keep the grand daughter happy but not much else.

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Anyone watched District 13 on UK Netflix? I really enjoyed it. It's a cheesy French action flick that is sort of like Escape from New York crossed with Fast and Furious, topped off with oodles of parkour, fighting, shooting and a nuclear bomb.

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Anyone watched District 13 on UK Netflix? I really enjoyed it. It's a cheesy French action flick that is sort of like Escape from New York crossed with Fast and Furious, topped off with oodles of parkour, fighting, shooting and a nuclear bomb.

Great film, really enjoyed that when it first came out. There's a sequel with the same lead characters called District 13 Ultimatum but I've not seen it, not sure if it's on Netflix.

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The team from District 13 are actually the same guys that did the stuff in Casino Royale if I'm not mistaken, I seem to remember the guy in CR being the 'inventor' of parkour and the bloke from d13 being his chum.... The other guy in it, the blonde bloke is really bloody hard as well. I'm sure I've seen him in more US stuff now too.

They director is part of Luc Besson's 'gang' for want of a better term, a lot of each other working on stuff like Transporter etc and all the way back to the brilliantly silly Taxi films.

Oh and D13 also has a brilliant fight in a similar vein to They Live, where the two 'good guys' have a huge punch up with each other, although it's for something slightly more worth it than wearing some shades :P

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Anybody else having Netflix problems today? I use unlocator.com and it keeps coming up saying cannot connect to Netflix. I checked the network, nw-4-7 error on server 3 of Netflix comes up. So, changed the DNS settings back to automatic and tried and this allows me into UK Netflix, but only UK.

:(

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Anybody else having Netflix problems today? I use unlocator.com and it keeps coming up saying cannot connect to Netflix. I checked the network, nw-4-7 error on server 3 of Netflix comes up. So, changed the DNS settings back to automatic and tried and this allows me into UK Netflix, but only UK.

:(

I've had problems connecting using unlocator since Saturday. I signed up to unblockus trial and got back to the U.S. Netflix without issue.

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The only horror films I can think of in the past ten years that have been any good are [REC] and Cabin in the Woods.

Unfortunately now the genre is catered to complete morons.

Cabin in the Woods can barely even qualify as 'horror'. It's a fantastic movie, but it's not remotely designed to scare.

Oculus is something I'll throw out there - yet even that is more 'interesting' than scary.

REC was fucking awesome, though - that's a near-scary movie, and not old-ish. Then you've got, err... I'll think of something soon.

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