My Bloody Valentine 3D

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Ten years ago in the town of Harmony, an inexperienced coal miner caused an accident that trapped and killed five men and sent the only survivor, Harry Warden, into a coma. When Harry awoke, exactly one year later on Valentine’s Day, he wanted revenge and brutally murdered 22 people with a pickax before being killed himself. Now, after years of peace, something from Harmony’s dark past has returned. Wearing a miner’s mask and armed with a pickax, an unstoppable killer… More >>

My Bloody Valentine 3D

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  1. William Castle perfected the horror movie gimmick in the fifties, half a century later Lionsgate tries to take the horror movie gimmick to the phase with the horrible My Bloody Valentine 3-D. 3-D in horror films is nothing new as most horror buffs know Friday The 13th Part 3 & Piranha II: The Spawning were both released in the eighties in 3-D. While there are a few cool shots in the movie, nothing really jumped out at me and made me saw WOW! My Bloody Valentine was filmed in REALD and while it’s not the first film to be filmed in this format, it doesn’t have anywhere near the success that Journey To The Center Of The Earth had last summer. Watching the film it became apparent that the format has yet to be perfected and I’m hoping that when Avatar & Final Destination 4 are realeased later this year in REALD, that movie studios have worked out all the bugs. As for the film itself, it’s just your run of the mill slasher film with dumb characters, pointless nudity and horrible acting. I’ve never been one to down a so bad it’s good slasher film as I rank both the Sleepaway Camp & Slumber Party Massacre series high in my guilty pleasures book, but watching My Bloody Valentine was more painful than a New Kids On The Block Concert. Jensen Ackles from the hit WB series Supernatural gives a horrible acting debut performance as Tom. I didn’t go into this movie expecting Ackles to have the same dramatic prowse of say Brando or Penn but, Ackles lines are amateurish in delivery and he doesn’t have the experience or the talent to carry this movie. In the female lead role, Jamie King doesn’t display the type of courage needed for a female horror heroine and I was just waiting for her untimely demise, which sadly doesn’t happen. Finally Kerr Smith shows why he hasn’t had a decent acting job, since his days on Dawson’s Creek. Lionsgate should be ashamed of themselves for remaking My Bloody Valentine, as the remake gives the original a bad name. Horror films are supposed to be so bad there good, sadly My Bloody Valentine ranks as the worst horror remake since Dark Water; with the added 3-D effect it gains 1 ½ star but other than that it’s a waste of time of money.

    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. First of all, this movie was very unoriginal and predictable. I do understand that’s it’s a remake, but if you ignore that little tidbit for what it is and judge this movie by it’s own merits you’ll see that there wasn’t anything extra special about this movie. You have the typical over the top graphic blood and gore scenes that are usually expected from movies of this genre and day and age. Let’s be honest, assuming you never saw the original film anyway was there really a person watching this movie who didn’t already see who the killer was a mile away. I, for one, wasn’t surprised at all. I think that’s what this film was missing the element of surprise, and everything else was like lukewarm water. Don’t get me wrong, the movie was decent, but nothing to jump up and down about by any means. Trust, I’m really trying my hardest not to give too much away spoiling it for people who haven’t seen it yet. I guess the only piece of advice I can give you at this point is not to expect too much from this movie because you’ll be disappointed.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. This movie was such a let down being all the high praise it received(from fans only though). I’m not a fan of hack and slash horror, more of a psychological horror buff myself. Occasionally though my interested gears towards a movie like this just because it may have some scare factor to it. This was beyond cheesy we’re talking even more so than the original Friday the 13th, or Texas Chainsaw Massacre. There is nothing original here except that there was an incident in a coal mines where people were killed by a crazed x miner with a pick axe, and now the boy that comes back after so many years is accused of killing all these people. Thats it, thats all, yay how unique. The 3d part however may be interesting though i’m not that interested in things jumping out at me from my television, i like to keep it simple. I also think they tried to see how long they could show a naked woman in an unrated film before it became offensive to many people, which it may have. I found it humorous that the woman just stays naked, gets under a bed, waits for the guy to come in and look for her, then tries to use the old bed frame to protect herself from a PICK AXE LOL. COME ON!! Anyway this movie is just cheese nothing more nothing less. No frills here, just run of the mill chase you down and chop you up like a wall of coal. Blah.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. Hi, just tried to watch this movie on my Blu Ray player. It doesn’t work. All I see is the start up menu guy with Gas Mask and when I click enter hoping to enter disc menu the whole thing goes blank. Can anyone offer any advice? All my other Blu Ray discs work fine.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  5. This was just an ok movie. it wasnt as scary as I expected( never saw original). Some of the 3-D was cool though. One thing I really hate anymore is seems like every movie thats rated R or unrated always has to have a naked woman in it. Give it a rest already.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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