My Bloody Valentine 3D

Nothing says 'date movie' like a 3D RIDE TO HELL!

My Bloody Valentine 3D
Ten years ago, an incident at a mine led to a bloody rampage which saw many people murdered. Now, one of the town's inhabitants is returning home to see how things are. His childhood sweetheart has married his best friend. As he readjusts to small-town life, the body count starts climbing, and the evidence points to the same murderer from 10 years ago. Only problem is that the killer is supposed to be dead, too. The three friends try to solve the mystery and stay alive, as the killer gets closer and closer. This film is in 3D, and there are lots of graphic violent scenes, with body parts and blood flying out of the screen straight at you. It also features full-frontal 3D nudity.

101 minutes.
No persons under 18 (Language, Sex, Nudity, Violence).
Horror, Thriller.
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So when does the fun start?


Jensen Ackles, Jaime King, Kerr Smith, Betsy Rue, Edi Gathegi, Tom Atkins, Kevin Tighe
Patrick Lussier
ScreenplayTodd Farmer, Zane Smith, from the screenplay by John Beaird and Stephen Miller
MusicMichael Wandemacher
CinematographyBrian Pearson
EditingCynthia Ludwig, Patrick Lussier
Sound formatsDolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, DTS
Made in2009
Produced byLionsgate

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Film and Publications Board (FPB) Report (SA)

LanguageStrong, crude, vulgar
NudityFull frontal nudity, sexual context
SexSimulated sex with sound effects
ViolenceIntense psychological and physical violence, graphic, gory, bloody, horror violence, realistic
BlasphemyMild, infrequent
Drug abuseNone
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Scale (Max)20

What the Critics say

The Citizen
Natalie Bosman quote iconCompared to Scar, the last gory 3D film that South African audiences were exposed to, My Bloody Valentine is, er, bloody good.
eye Weekly
Christian Martius quote iconMy Bloody Valentine 3D is a no-brainer gratuitous gore-fest and, for a re-imagining that uses glorious three dimensions instead of two, it would be ridiculous to regard this remake of the 1981 Canadian slasher classic as a film that employs any cerebral matter beyond heaping it onto a pile of bloody remains.
11 critics
Rottentomatoes critics
60 critics
Rottentomatoes tomatometer
Tomatometer quote iconThis gory, senses-assaulting slasher film is an unpretentious, effective mix of old-school horror stylings and modern 3D technology.

What the People say

4703 Netizens quote iconAbout what you expect, and that's not all bad!

Average .. 52%



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