Full Movie Reviews
J_Chambers_1985 - wrote on 10/01/2009
This was the first ever 3D movie that I ever watched. All in all it was very disappointing the story was so predictable even when it tried to throw the viewers off it failed miserably and I knew who was doing the killing the whole time I mean it was hard not to for the first twenty minutes or so. The actors were all very much forgettable and the killer felt like a very very poor man's version of a cross between Michael Myers and Jason Voorhees circa the New Blood (that would be part 7 in case you were wondering). As for the 3D while there was some decent depth to the picture in some shots all in all it didn't really feel like stuff was leaping out at me from the screen when something was thrown or point directly at the viewer. So all and all a pretty unmemorable experience for my first …
horrorlover101 - wrote on 03/04/2009
I went to a matinee of this and was the only person in the theatre. That didn't stop me from having a really good time with this very well done horror flick. Yes there is plenty of gore and killings that will satisfy even the most gruesome horror appetites, the only thing that I have to complain about is the fact that the film was in 3-D personally the 3-D took me out of the movie instead of sucking me in. For instance one of the gimmicks was that the killer would throw a pick ax at the screen which would in turn look like it was coming out at the viewer. Well the first time that happened it was cool the next twenty times it got old. But like I said that is my only complaint overall I really enjoyed the film and think that avid horror fans will to.
Delorted - wrote on 02/01/2009
Is no holiday sacred? We’ve had Christmas horror, April Fool’s Day horror, St. Patrick’s Day horror, we’ve even had Presidents Day horror and Father’s Day horror. And now we have Valentine’s Day Horror. BUT WAIT, this isn’t the first time we’ve had Valentine’s Day horror because this movie is actually a remake.
If you haven’t guessed by now, I’m talking about My Bloody Valentine, or to rightfully detach it from the original, My Bloody Valentine 3D. It’s your typical slasher flick, where there’s a supposedly dead guy running around in a miner’s outfit killing with a pickaxe people no particular reason. What makes him “special,” a word to be used gently with this film, is that when he kills a pretty woman (if she’s ugly, forget it) he cuts out her heart …
filmfan09 - wrote on 01/24/2009
MY BLOODY VALENTINE 3-D remakes the 1981 Canadian slasher film of the same name. It's the first R-Rated film to be projected in Real D technology. It's also available in 2D for theaters that are not equipped to process new digital 3D technology.
The movie is about psychopathic miner that terrorizes the town of Harmony. 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 (Jenes Akens), the heir to the mine and one of the last people to see Harry before his disappearance. Ten years later, on the anniversary of the slaughter Tom returns to town to take ownership of his family's …