For starters, I can't give "Comin' at Ya" high marks. There are several effects throughout that try to help the movie live up to its name, but about half of them don't work. Instead of objects "comin' at ya" clearly, as they break the 2D barrier they become blurry and lose the stereoscopic effect. There is also a noticeable amount of "ghosting". These two faults are more prevalent in darker interior scenes, of which there are several. The outdoor scenes are bright and clear, and the 3D depth is very good. There is also noticeable "specks" in some shots, which to me is unacceptable for a Blu-ray digital conversion. The movie itself is campy fun, although I cringed a bit at the misogynist brutality. I have a feeling Quentin Tarantino might have gotten some ideas for "Django Unchained" and "The Hateful 8" from this film. A few of the scenes in those films are similar to scenes in "Comin' at Ya". Another problem is my disc did not contain the 2D version as stated on the cover and on the disc itself. Unless I'm overlooking something, "Play movie" just plays the 3D version. The only other options on the menu are "Chapters", "Audio", and "Bonus", which has only two bonus features- a 2D trailer and a 3D preview montage of the film.