How about a 3-D DVD?
Would love to see Sony/Columbia treat this the way they did William Castle's 1960 version of 13 GHOSTS, with the standard version on one side and the 3-D version on the other. (OK, GHOSTS wasn't 3-D, but you needed the viewer to see the spooks.) And speaking of spooks, the 3-D Three Stooges short SPOOKS! from 1953 would be a good bonus feature to include on a MAD MAGICIAN DVD.share