My Bloody Valentine
Harry Warden's coming home to DVD on May 19th so we figured why not let some lucky fans get their hands on a copy of the flick on us? We're good like that, and besides you're all so very sexy.
Lionsgate is looking to continue its love/hate relationship with fans. Despite its better than expected box office draw, there will be no sequel to Patrick Lussier's remake done right, My Bloody Valentine 3D.
When a remake is done right, it's usually pretty damned good. Such is the case with Patrick Lussier's My Bloody Valentine 3D. With the film hitting Blu-ray and DVD on May 19th, 2009, Lionsgate has released the art and other bits of info.
The first early word is in as to when fans can expect to see Patrick Lussier's My Bloody Valentine 3D hitting home, and personally I can't wait to see it again. If only to wash the stagnant taste out of my mouth from the other slasher redux that's now haunting theatres.
What better way to start your week than with a fresh round of dick jokes intermingled with discussion of the latest horror movies? None, that’s what, so that’s why you’re going to pee yourself when you download the latest edition of Dinner for Fiends!
A twisted Canadian takes a look at this American remake of a Canadian film directed by a Canadian!
Enjoying the 3D resurgence as much as we are? If Patrick Lussier's My Bloody Valentine proved anything, it's that this rediscovered medium is just as fun as it used to be.
Can't wait for My Bloody Valentine 3D? Neither can we. So to kill time and celebrate, we've got not one, but two contests for you to enter and get some free MBV related swag! Dig it!
We don’t make a big deal out of it, mainly because we still don’t have an index listing of all the films, but our database is a wealth of information for most of the movies we report on here on Dread. Case in point: My Bloody Valentine 3D, which opens tomorrow.
Exclusive: My Bloody Valentine Red Carpet Interviews: Jensen Ackles, Tom Atkins, Jaime King, Patrick Lussier, & More!
Our intrepid LA crew were on-hand for the red carpet premiere of My Bloody Valentine 3D and even managed to get some people to talk about the film before being not-so-kindly escorted off the premises. Look, it’s not our fault that “society” says we “have to” wear pants all the time, is it?
Jaime King dropped by the set of G4TV's "Attack of the Show" to talk gore in the third dimension as well as Sin City 2, and of course we've got your ticket to check it out!
Reviewed by David Rosiak Starring Jaime King, Jensen Ackles, Kerr Smith, Edi Gathegi, Kevin Tighe, Megan Boone, Betsy Rue Directed by Patrick Lussier
Yetis, valentines, vampire, werewolves, dinosaurs; the small amount of horror DVDs hitting shelves on Tuesday, January 13th, 2009 have a helluva lot to offer!
I love the horror industry. When a good looking splatter fest is on the horizon, the excitement builds and everyone from the casual fan to the creators of the film seem to celebrate together. When it is all said and done, there are plenty of stories to be told. This one is a quickie, but its hysterical none the less. This week My Bloody Valentine 3D had some sneak preview screenings across the country for blood thirsty creeps. At these screenings, you'll often be approached by PR Reps for the film company asking what you thought of the movie.