With the recent Blu-Ray release of this very late in the cycle Euro-Western a small part of my younger movie watching days has come full circle. I saw COMIN' AT YA (1981) when I was 13 years old in the company of the man who would become my mother's second husband. He was trying to get on my good side by taking me to the movies but I suspect that it was his choice to see a western. I don't remember complaining, especially with the extra thrill of seeing a 3D film. For years afterwards I only retained a few memories of the flick and most of them were related to the many scenes concocted to shove, sling, drop or dangle something at the camera. The movie has so many shots set up to create a 3D effect that after a while the viewer begins to anticipate them. There are even a few notable 3D jokes including a gratuitous yo-yo scene right out of the classic HOUSE OF WAX (1953)! Fun stuff, even if it is incredibly silly. But that is the joy of these kinds of movies. They are trying to entertain and thrill to the exclusion of any other concern and often they succeed.