A superior remake to the 1981 original of the same title, My Bloody Valentine is a fun and nostalgic as well as 3D homage to the more innocent slasher flicks of the 80s. Ten years ago, a miner responsible for a cave-in and numerous deaths went nutty and butchered a bunch more folks with a pickaxe. Today, he might be back though the mystery of the killers identity is one of the remakes twists. Requisite nudity and creatively gruesome deaths, mixed with the inherent campiness of 3D blood-splattering and the joy director Patrick Lussier brings to a genre he obviously loves, make My Bloody Valentine one of the better horrors (yes, were shocked, too) released in recent memory (101 min.).
Director: Patrick Lussier
Writer: Todd Farmer and Zane Smith
Producer: Jack L. Murray
Cast: Jensen Ackles, Jaime King, Kerr Smith, Betsey Rue, Edi Gathegi, Tom Atkins, Kevin Tighe and Megan Boone