Julian Roffman’s "The Mask," Canada’s first horror film, alternates a routine 2-D horror story with trippy psychedelic fantasy sequences centering on a haunted Aztec artifact. Viewers were given Magic Mystic Masks to see the dreams in anaglyphic 3-D—and no, they didn’t look anything like the clunky mask seen in this odd trailer. Reissued repeatedly over the years as "Eyes of Hell," it’s now been restored by Bob Furmanek’s 3-D Archive and is due to be booked in theaters once more, this time in proper Polaroid 3-D. A 3-D Blu-ray is available from Kino.
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