My Bloody Valentine 3-D


My Bloody Valentine 3-D

Critics Consensus

This gory, senses-assaulting slasher film is an unpretentious, effective mix of old-school horror stylings and modern 3D technology.



Total Count: 100


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A psychopathic miner terrorizes the town of Harmony in this retelling of one of the most underrated slasher films of the early '80s with My Bloody Valentine 3-D. 10-years ago, the lone survivor of an accident deep in the mines awoke from a coma and slashed his way through the town in a bloody, vengeance-fueled rampage. Though shot and apparently killed, the memories of Harry Warden still haunt both the town and Tom Hanniger (Jensen Ackles), the heir to the mine and one of the last people to see Harry before his disappearance. Just as Tom heads back to his hometown after a long time away, so do the killings ramp up again. While he mends his torn relationship with his ex-girlfriend Sarah (Jaime King) and her husband Axl (Kerr Smith), citizens are knocked off one by one in spectacularly gruesome fashion (all presented in 3-D). Has Harry come from beyond the grave or is there a new killer donning the suit and mask? Scream franchise editor Patrick Lussier helms from a script by Zane Smith and Jason X scribe Todd Farmer. Genre veteran Tom Atkins lends his B-movie chops to a supporting character in the Lionsgate production. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi

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Edi Gathegi
as Deputy Martin
Jaime King
as Sarah Palmer
Jensen Ackles
as Tom Hanniger
Kerr Smith
as Axel Palmer
Kevin Tighe
as Mayor Ben Foley
Betsy Rue
as Irene
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  • Aug 30, 2016
    The atmosphere and premise that made the original so great were gone, this is a very loose remake of the Canadian slasher about a serial killer dressed in miner suit terrorising a small town. In the remake, the killer kills randomly and there were piles of gratuitous gore for no reason other than to fill the dreadful running time. The only person worth watching in the film was Jaime King who did a brilliant job. Other than a very high body count, the film fell in the same categories as the crappy remake hype byproduct.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer
  • Jan 04, 2016
    Just another typical slasher film but they think adding 3D would make it better, I watched the 2D version so cant tell you if it makes a big difference to this boring film, A few good kills and a nice twist at the end still can't save it from being very poor.
    Jamie C Super Reviewer
  • Dec 20, 2012
    It's a slasher film with a reverse gimmick. I'm not talking about the 3D effects either, which are typical. The reverse gimmick is sneaky, but I'll tell anyway: most films of this splatter play towards the surprise (but its not anymore, cause everyone does it in all of these films) that the killer isn't who you've been led to think it is, its somebody completely different). The spin here, so wicked its nearly original, is that the killer IS who you think it is. SURPRISE. ;) Oops, spoiler alert. Have fun anyway.
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer
  • Oct 17, 2012
    [img][/img] My Bloody Valentine 3D makes effective and imaginative usage of gimmicky 3D. I haven't actually seen it in 3D but i'll trust the very positive feedback that it's recieved. It takes each opportunity it gets to throw gallons of blood at your face, and as a proud gorehound I found that extremely entertaining, even though overall everything surrounding that is noticeably not that good. The main problem with the film is that it's far too overlong for what it essentialy is. It's also filled with unnecessary subplots that are very uninteresting, but what saves the film is that when it eventually find's it's way and gives us the bloodbath we want from it, not one corner of any of the set's are undrenched with the slimy sticky red stuff. It's also shot with style and directed with some care but in the end it works because it does exactly what it says on the packet and has a fantastic attitude towards giving it's audience exactly what they want. There are many flaws with it but it passes the time very well. As a good old-fashioned nasty gorefest My Bloody Valentine lives up to it's title and in my opinion would serve excellently as a date movie or a relentless flick for gorehounds like me. It's not the best of the recent trend of horror remakes, but it's definitely not the worst. Forgettable but very good at being the cheap, solid, lowbrow fun that it desperately wants to be.
    Directors C Super Reviewer

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