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    My Bloody Valentine (2009)

    On Valentine's Day 10 years ago, Harry, the only survivor from an accident caused by Tom,Ā awokeĀ from his coma,Ā killedĀ twenty-two people.Ā Just as Tom heads back to his hometown after a long time away, so do the killings ramp up again.Ā Harry WardenĀ returns, seeking revenge against those that had escaped his pickax in the past, and Tom is accused...
    Duration: 101 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2009
    IMDb: 5.4
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  • Actors of "My Bloody Valentine (2009)"

  • Characters of "My Bloody Valentine (2009)"

    Jessie 'T.J.' Hanniger. Character of My Bloody Valentine (2009)
    Played by: Jensen Ackles
    Sarah Palmer. Character of My Bloody Valentine (2009)
    Played by: Jaime King
    Axel Palmer. Character of My Bloody Valentine (2009)
    Played by: Kerr Smith
    Irene. Character of My Bloody Valentine (2009)
    Played by: Betsy Rue
    Deputy Martin. Character of My Bloody Valentine (2009)
    Played by: Edi Gathegi
    Burke. Character of My Bloody Valentine (2009)
    Played by: Tom Atkins
    Ben Foley. Character of My Bloody Valentine (2009)
    Played by: Kevin Tighe
    Megan. Character of My Bloody Valentine (2009)
    Played by: Megan Boone
    Frank the Trucker. Character of My Bloody Valentine (2009)
    Played by: Todd Farmer
    The Miner. Character of My Bloody Valentine (2009)
    Eli Hanniger. Character of My Bloody Valentine (2009)
    Played by: Tim Hartman
  • Directors of "My Bloody Valentine (2009)"

    Patrick Lussier. Director of My Bloody Valentine (2009)
    Patrick Lussier
  • Creators of "My Bloody Valentine (2009)"

    Todd Farmer. Director of My Bloody Valentine (2009)
    Todd Farmer
    Birthdate: November1968
    Zane Smith. Director of My Bloody Valentine (2009)
    Zane Smith
  • Critic Reviews of "My Bloody Valentine (2009)"

    Entertainment Weekly
    January 21, 2009

    What really leaps out at you about My Bloody Valentine 3-D is its lack of imagination.

    Toronto Star
    January 20, 2009

    The trouble is that after that first gouged eyeball, there's not a whole lot further to go. Novelty value being a rapidly diminishing thing, the technology demands an escalation in intensity and inventiveness that the movie doesn't deliver.

    Orlando Sentinel
    January 20, 2009

    The plot staggers from absurd to ridiculous, and the dialogue is strictly of the 'Look we don't have to go down there' variety.

    New York Times
    January 20, 2009

    A strange synergy of old and new, My Bloody Valentine 3D blends cutting-edge technology and old-school prosthetics to produce something both familiar and alien: gore you can believe in.

    Los Angeles Times
    January 20, 2009

    In some ways, the filmmakers have created something too authentic in spirit to the original film, as it also fairly quickly becomes a plodding chore to watch.

    Boston Globe
    January 20, 2009

    My Bloody Valentine may not be horribly acted, but in a post-Scream and post-Scary Movie era, it's difficult to squeeze any more blood from this low-brow/high-camp turnip.

    August 28, 2015

    No pretense, no delusions, just slick, basic stalk & shock mayhem with a 3-D coating that works unexpectedly well.

    Cinema Crazed
    April 29, 2013

    As a slasher fanatic, this more than satisfied my appetite.

    Lyles' Movie Files
    February 19, 2013

    Great use of the 3-D format in a better than average horror film.

    September 29, 2012

    My Bloody Valentine 3D is as cheap, tacky and throwaway as the plastic glasses that come with it, but for a good old-fashioned Friday night at the movies, it's damn near unbeatable.

    What Culture
    March 14, 2011

    I'm absolutely convinced that the pickaxe is the ideal weapon for a 3-D horror.

    Georgia Straight
    July 06, 2010

    The outrageous amounts of blood 'n' guts directed toward the audience in three-dimensional spatters still make this substandard flick a gorehound's wet dream.

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