My Bloody Valentine 3-D

A young miners screw up leads Harry Warden, as well as a few other mine workers, trapped inside a mine. When they are found all but Harry Warden are dead. Harry is later found responsible for their deaths, killing them so that he himself could survive. When he awakes from a coma at a local hospital, he sets out to exact his revenge on anyone he happens to run up on, spreading his trail of ghoulish slaughter throughout the town!

Until this film, I had never seen a quality 3-D film. The 3-D effects in this film were sick, twisted, and absolutely amazing, doing wonders for this film, and enhancing the film experience ten fold. 3-D has definitely come a long way since the 80's, and I couldn't be more thankful. Until now most 3-D has been a headache, in more way than one. I won't mention too many of the effects, but I will mention a couple of my favorites, which were: the scene where blood and a mans entire lower jaw flies into the audience, and another when a bullet comes out into the audience, appearing so life-like that you just knew you could reach out and grab it!

The storyline to this film, was changed quite a bit from that of the original. So many things were added and altered in this storyline, that it was almost like it was a completely different movie altogether. Something I quite enjoyed, as it was fresh and not a carbon copy of the original.

In conclusion, I'm not really a big fan of remakes, in fact there have been very few that I actually did enjoy. Dawn of the dead, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, are among the few, and now I can add this to the list. Now when I see it in 2-D, on my home Flat screen, my opinion may change, but I hope it remains the same and that they give it the same High quality 3-D treatment that it got in theatres. As far as remakes go, in my book, this is one of the better ones, so I rate it 4 out of 5 stars.

1 comment:

  1. In my opinion, the only reason to see this film is for the 3-D effects.
    I agree that they were fantastic - however, the film itself was not!

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