My Bloody Valentine

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 61%
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April 13, 2019

Cast

Jaime King as Dr. Giselle Cohen
Kerr Smith as Mike
Megan Boone as Allie
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101 min
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101 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jamesharrah 1 / 10 / 10

Bloody awful.

I was 17 when the original came out at the birth of the so called slasher era: "Halloween" (classic!), "Friday the 13th" (the first one, not all that trash that followed. I still cant watch it by myself at the age of 44.), "Silent Night Deadly Night", "New Years Evil", "Prom Night", the list goes on and on, and the original "My Bloody Valentine" wasn't all that bad of a movie. It had actually had some scary moments in it. Yes it was predictable as this genre of movie goes: crazed masked killer on the loose stalking teenagers!. And it was fine just like it was (as in most original movies) and did not need a remake. I do try to give these remakes (lord I am sick to death with them) a chance to see if they can hold a candle to the original...they never do. Just gore, gore, gore for shock value or it just isn't scary at all. This movie is one of those cases. Too much gore (after awhile one gets immune to it and too much blood just makes it all the more unbelievable), the acting was terrible, suspense was non-existent, the full frontal nudity of one victim...why?, all in all it was just another stupid remake of something that was fine to begin with. Granted though I didn't watch it in 3-D, as the trailer states "A New Dimension of Terror" (I believe the exact words were used in the "Friday the 13th Part 3, 3-D"). I am sure watching it in 3-D would not have helped. It was a terrible movie. I found myself actually yawning. Whatever happened to the horror movie that actually scared you? Things that go bump in the night, shadows in windows, someone watching you and you have no idea they are there, and the best part...you never actually see the killer till the end of the movie. "Friday the 13th" was the best as far as that scenario goes. But the masked killer? "Halloween" was the best in that department. Remake, remake, remake. I do believe Hollywood has just gone dumb and can't come up with anything new without rehashing something that has already been done. Have yet to see a remake of anything that can even come close to the original with the exception of "King Kong". The rest is garbage. And this movie, "My Bloody Valentine" was just bloody awful. Let me try to list some remakes: "Halloween". Rob Zombie ruined this movie. And I like his movies. "When a Stranger Calls". Actually fell asleep watching it. "Texas Chainsaw Massacre". No raw terror there. Just stupid. "Prom Night". Check please! "Carrie". Although faithful to the book, no one can out do Sissy and Pipers' performances. "The Fly". Next! "The Shining". Was no Kubrick film that's for sure. "Friday the 13th". Have no desire to see it. "Amityville Horror". Waste of time. I could go on and on. Hollywood? Do the public a favor and leave classics as they are...classic, and try something new.

Reviewed by rambofan4life 6 / 10 / 10

A gory, fast-paced slasher film that delivers plenty of suspenseful action my favorite

This is a solid, decent bloody, fast-paced decent slasher from 2000's that delivers plenty of suspenseful action. It is not a better than original slasher 80's but it is a decent solid remake that I enjoy. I love this film, but I love the original to death. They are both my personal favorite horror slasher films. I love the setting which takes place in the mine shaft and in the forest on a Valentine's Day. This movie has gore, nudity (in which original didn't had nudity) and it is a fun thrill ride. This is a American remake of Canadian slasher film. From the cast too murder scenes these are impressive 3-D effects, the director Patrick Lussier knew what he was doing and everyone on the set did a fine job. A young man, who survived a vicious massacre, returns to his hometown only to become the prime suspect when someone wearing miner's gear begins pick-axing the locals left and right! This is a good impressive slasher film that I love. I love the 3D murder effects. I love in the opening scene in which a guy get's a pickax in the eye I love thate ffect. I love in which a retired sheriff get's a pickax in his jaw and you see that effect in which that mask murder takes out pickax from his jaw and you see a blood flying in the camera that is a satisfying gore. You see a nude topless girl walking around the parking lot and her ex boyfriend gets pickaxed and so does she later in the motel. I love the gore in this movie. I love Prodigal Son Soundtrack from Michael Wandmacher for My Bloody Valentine song. I love the masked killer in a miner outfit with mask and pickax not a bad custom I love it. The performances from the three leads Jensen Ackles, Jamie King, and Kerr Smith are solid, decent I love them they are likable characters. You have Tom Atkins from Halloween III and The Fog. You have Kevin Tighe from Another 48 Hrs. who did another solid job in this movie. Jensen Ackles brought me in to this film because I was huge fan of his TV show Supernatural back than. I love this film to death. Jansen Ackles I love the guy so much, I love his performance in this movie. Kerr Smith from Dawson's Creek and Final Destination was not bad as Sheriff Axel Palmer I enjoyed his performance I love him. Jaime King from Slackers as Sarah Mercer Palmer was a sexy babe, but smart she out smarted the killer I love her as the final girl. I love Betsy Rue as Irene she is not bad at all I love her been all nude in this movie. I don't prefer the remake over the original but it is an pair with the original for me. I love the good twist in the climax on the end, definitely my favorite slasher in remakes of all time.

Reviewed by Simon_Says_Movies 6 / 10 / 10

Full-fledged throwback to the golden age of slasher films

A movie titled My Bloody Valentine is clearly non trying to pander to art house crowds, nor does it even seem to be reaching for a higher ilk in the horror genre, but while appearing as a fully tacky horror movie entry (a 3-D remake) My Bloody Valentine succeeds in avoiding and ultimately reviving the never ending pitfalls of such films; a strong, unique opening and a surprising and completely plausible, non-ridiculous finale. Unfortunately the movie is not as strong as its bookend acts, but it is certainly gory, fun, terrifying, tense and nothing but entertaining. (And yes, there is also nudity). The use of the trademark, in your face, 3-D tactics is mostly restrained, although it seems that director Patrick Lussier (who has mostly been in horror movie limbo since he directed Dracula 2000) could not avoid the intermittent pickaxe to the screen. The performances are actually quite strong, and while this is becoming more the norm in horror films, MBV even forgoes the smart-alecky, prankster character which removes the propensity for us to be taken out of the film. The unique opening is actually a three-tier start. Flashing newsreels reveal that the collapse of the Hanniger Mine in a small town which claimed the lives of 6 miners (Or was it something else that killed the men?). Awakening from a comma years later, the sole survivor of the cave-in, Harry Warden, picks up where he left off, slaying dozens before being killed himself concluding what the town dubbed the Valentines Day Massacre. But all is not what it seems, as 10 years later Tom Hanniger (Jensen Ackles), a near-victim of Warden, returns to the small town to sell the mine but the killings suspiciously begin once again and it is up to Tom to clear his name. My Bloody Valentine is a full-fledged throwback to the golden age of slasher films, like Friday the 13th (and is ironically better then the Friday remake this year) and never for a single second tries to be anything it's not and in doing so, it ultimately becomes something it shouldn't be; fun. 6.5 / 10.0 Read all my reviews at: simonsaysmovies.blogspot.com

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