Getting a tax refund and not sure how to spend it?
How about hosting a screening of Jurassic Park 3-D in your home?
The cost is a mere $35,000 for the proper equipment and then $500 to stream the movie to your home.
It’s part of a service offered by Prima Cinema to consumers with the extra cash and desire to see the latest Hollywood releases in their homes. The $35,000 gets you a digital box that allows films to be delivered safely over the Internet, then $500 for each title (a movie can only be viewed once over the course of a 24-hour period).
Based in Carlsbad, Ca., Prima is backed by Universal Pictures, Syncom Venture Partners and Best Buy Capital, the investment arm of Best Buy Co. Universal is owned by cable giant Comcast.
Universal, which is releasing Jurassic Park 3D this weekend, so far is the only major Hollywood studio to make its titles available. Those have included Les Miserables,Identity Thief, Admission and now Jurassic Park (in 3D). The upcoming Tom Cruise sci-fi thrillerOblivion also will be made available. Films from Universal’s specialty division Focus Features also pop up on Prima.
So, would you spring for this in your home? It would remove the annoying distraction of that kid in the seat behind you kicking your seat the entire movie.