My Bloody Valentine (2009) Movie Review

My Bloody Valentine (2009)

2009 | R | Horror, Thriller, Mystery
101 minutes /

User Score: 88/100

[ Movie Page: My Bloody Valentine 3-D (2009) ]

Synopsis:

Tom returns to his hometown on the tenth anniversary of the Valentine's night massacre that claimed the lives of 22 people. Instead of a homecoming, Tom finds himself suspected of committing the murders, and it seems like his old flame is the only one that believes he's innocent.

My Bloody Valentine Review

My Bloody Valentine takes place ten years ago in the town of Harmony, an inexperienced coal miner caused an accident that trapped and killed five men and sent the only survivor, Harry Warden, into a coma. When Harry awoke, exactly one year later on Valentine’s Day, he wanted revenge and brutally murdered 22 people with a pickax before being killed himself. Now, after years of peace, something from Harmony’s dark past has returned. Wearing a miner’s mask and armed with a pickax, an unstoppable killer is on the loose. As his footsteps come ever closer, the townspeople realize in terror that it just might be Harry Warden who has found his way back.


About My Bloody Valentine (2009)

Title: My Bloody Valentine
Original Title: My Bloody Valentine 3-D, My Bloody Valentine 3D
Year: 2009
Runtime: 101 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Mystery
Reviewer:
Score: 3.5 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 4.4/5 stars from 26 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 26
MPAA Rating: R
Starring: Tom Atkins, Marc Macaulay, John W. Iwanonkiw, Jeffrey Jones, Edi Gathegi, Todd Farmer, Chris Carnel, Bingo O'Malley, Kerr Smith, Betsy Rue, William Kania, Giovanna Yannotti, Jaime King, Tim Hartman, Annie Kitral, Kevin Tighe, Kyle Quinn, Joe Shelby, Nicole Leigh Belle, Sam Harris, Sam Nicotero, Sean P. McCarthy, James Werley, Selene Luna, Sara Brooks, Denise Dal Vera, Cherie McClain, Jensen Ackles, David Whalen, Greg Hartle
Writers: Todd Farmer, Zane Smith, John Beaird, Stephen A. Miller
Director: Patrick Lussier

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