Entertainment Classic 3-D: Film Forum celebrates 'Dial M for Murder,' House of Wax' and more Jack Arnold’s "Creature From the Black Lagoon" will be screening in 3-D at Classic 3-D at Film Forum. Photo Credit: Universal Pictures/Photofest By ROBERT LEVIN email@example.com @rlevin85 October 27, 2015 6:19 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email The current 3-D craze likely won't last, but if past Hollywood history is any indication, it will emerge again in a different form down the road. Film Forum spotlights the first "golden age" of 3-D movies in a four-day retrospective beginning Friday, consisting of 1950s musicals, creature features and one Alfred Hitchcock classic. MGM's version of the Cole Porter classic "Kiss Me Kate," a backstage musical inspired by "The Taming of the Shrew," starts things off on Friday, with additional screenings on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Horror is well-represented: There's 3-D icon Vincent Price in "House of Wax" (with its groundbreaking stereophonic sound) and the beloved "Creature from the Black Lagoon" with its eternallyweird Gill Man,alongside a ThreeStooges short. Toward the end of the '50s love affair with 3-D came Hitchcock's "Dial M for Murder," a noir classic starring Ray Milland and Grace Kelly. The stereoscopic version didn't do particularly well upon its initial release, but it remains an object of fascination both because it's the only time the cinematic master worked in the format and because of the ways it evokes the film's stage play roots. If you go: Classic 3-D is at Film Forum from Friday through Nov. 3, 209 W. Houston St. By ROBERT LEVIN firstname.lastname@example.org @rlevin85 Robert, amNewYork's Editor-in-Chief, has been with the team in one capacity or another for more than a decade. He also reviews movies and writes entertainment features. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.