My Bloody Valentine takes place in a small coal mining town. But this towm has a nasty little secret that happened on Valentine's Day. A deranged sweethearts' killer ruined this minor holiday for a generation. Years later, the youngster decide to hold a celebration but the local authorities put a kibosh on the party. Hey, let's go party down in the mine and see if an old boogeyman comes back to stalk us!
An eighties slasher classic is now on DVD in it's original uncut glory, The Hollywood censors cut the gore and bloody out when it first premiered. But now you can see this film how it was meant to be seen. The movie was remade in 2009 in 3D, I recommend that film as well.
*1/2 out of **** If my idea of fun consisted of corny dialogue, choppy plotting, and mediocre editing; then "My Bloody Valentine" would be a personal favorite in the field of simple-minded, guilty entertainment. Too bad my idea of fun almost never includes any of those three things; I can let all logic go and have a good time with certain films if there is enough craft, but like most 80's slasher flicks that use their axes and machetes rather than their brains; the intent … more
I must be going through some kind of lovesick phase lately but it's a really good feeling when you think about it. It's kind of like re-living an old forgotten love affair only even better. Much better. Well, let's hope for the best here....I've been following the blogs online for the re-release of MY BLOODY VALENTINE on DVD for awhile now & it would seem that hardcore fans like myself are finally getting what we really wanted all along. Hey, what's the world coming to if you can't get what … more
The movie is infamous for having had 9 minutes cut by the MPAA due to the amount of violence and gore. Though co-producer Dunning confirmed that the excised footage still existed, attempts to release it proved difficult as Paramount Pictures refused to offer an uncut version. Lionsgate subsequently secured DVD rights to the film (as well as several other Paramount features) and released the uncut version on January 13, 2009.