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My Bloody Valentine is a remake of a 1981 film directed by George Mihalka.  The remake is directed by Patrick Lussier and stars Jensen Ackles.  My Bloody Valentine is also a 3D film, but was also shown in 2D in theaters that didn't support 3D.  It was released on January 16th 2009 and the DVD and Blu-ray were released on May 19th 2009.




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Genre:  Horror
Release Date:  January 16th 2009
MPAA Rating:  R
DVD Release Date:  May 19th 2009
Runtime:  101 Minutes
Studio:  Lionsgate Films
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review by . April 05, 2010
posted in MovieSucktastic
I've gotten a bit soft on remakes over the years, especially when it comes to horror film remakes. While there are many films that one can be argue should never be remade (Casablanca and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory come to mind), there are a lot of films out there that had good premises or even screenplays, but suffered from minuscule budgets or shoddy productions values. Many of the films we consider "classic" usually obtain that exalted status …
review by . July 12, 2009
A good slasher film should be like a roller coaster ride: It has thrills, chills, makes you feel a little sick, and leaves you with a giddy exhilaration that's half adrenaline rush, half eagerness to do it all over again.  I think My Bloody Valentine 3D had all of these traits, and was genuinely entertaining.      I'll admit, I didn't expect much going into the movie theater.  I'm a big fan of Jensen Ackles, from both Dark Angel and Supernatural, and I love a good (or …
review by . July 12, 2009
My Bloody Valentine Blu-ray
 With a movie like My Bloody Valentine, you don't go into watching it with high hopes and I didn't.  The only reason that I actually own this movie...yes I own it, is because I bought it for my fiance who loved it and also loves Jensen Ackles.  What ends up happening though is that I actually end up enjoying the movie.  Sure, it's not the best horror flick you're ever going to see, and it's not even that scary, but what you're left with is a pretty decent slasher film that leaves …
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