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My Bloody Valentine (1981)

  • Thriller Horror Mystery
  • Twenty years ago in the sleepy mining town of Valentine Bluffs, a fatal mining disaster occurred on Valentine's Day while some of the crew was decorating for a party. The sole survivor of the accident killed the remaining crewmembers and warned the town not to celebrate Valentine's Day again. When a group of teenagers decides to defy that order, a murderous maniac in mining gear begins dispatching townsfolk in bloody and creative ways.

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    Valentine's Day is coming around and the young people of the small mining town of Valentine's BLuffs are organising a party. A few decades earlier an explosion at the mine trapped six miners underground. One, Harry Warden, survived, though in a deranged state. Warden is sent to a mental hospital but escapes and murders those he deems responsible for the mine accident. Now people are being brutally murdered again, and the townsfolk suspect that it is the work of Harry Warden.

    IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082782/

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    Reviews

    Love me love my pickaxe. Slasher films from the 1980s are legion for they are many, unsurprisingly the quality varies and the advent of time has dimmed their impact somewhat. My Bloody Valentine is middle of the road, blighted by cuts to its gore scenes, it’s a film that has had to work hard to earn its cult following. It’s a good old stalk and slash revenger based around a coal mine where a tragedy happened many moons ago. The mystery element is strong enough to maintain interest, and although the formula is consistently one dimensional for the genre of the time, it operates well above average for the gore and blood hounds. There’s some bad acting and some even worse moustaches! While expectation of a hidden slasher gem will only end in disappointment. But what it does it does well and a good time is assured for the undemanding horror peeps. 7/10

    Okay early 1980s slasher (with some decent gore effects, though the violence was very tame compared to today) that has its moments but really never found it very suspenseful or worse, engaging, maybe hurting there's not much in the way of a lead to follow. I know this holds a special place in some people's hearts, I just didn't do it for me. **3.0/5**

    ***The Miner Forty-Niner, oh no!!! (not really, but sort of)*** Twenty years after a psycho murder spree at a mining town in Nova Scotia, gruesome slayings start happening again on Valentine’s Day. Did the psycho escape the asylum and return for more blood? “My Bloody Valentine” (1981) was part of the early 80’s slasher boom after the success of “Friday the 13th” (1980) and, of course, “Halloween” (1978). It meshes the vibe of “The Funhouse” (1981) with the location of “Orca” (1977) and throws in a dash of “The Fog” (1980). While it’s the least of these IMHO, it’s not far off. The remote mining town area on the shores of Nova Scotia is a highlight augmented by a colorful cast. Unfortunately, the filmmakers didn’t have the funds to shoot any sequences at nearby Cape Breton Highlands National Park, so there are no scenic shots; everything looks mundane with a lot of scenes taking place IN the mines, particularly most of the third act. Paul Kelman is good as the mysterious male protagonist, T.J., reminiscent of Oliver Reed. On the female front there are several beauties, e.g. Cynthia Dale (Patty), Lori Hallier (Sarah) and Helene Udy (Sylvia), but the creators curiously didn’t know how to photograph women, as was effectively done in “Friday the 13th,” “The Funhouse” and “Tourist Trap” (1979); and I’m not talkin’ ‘bout nudity or sleaze. Another problem is that the events take place in friggin’ coastal Canada during mid-February and there’s no snow or coldness to be found. It was actually shot in September-November and looks it. The 2009 remake, which was shot in central Pennsylvania, took the template of this film and made a more all-around entertaining slasher, but this one is worth checking out if you like the style of the contemporary films noted above. Like all of those flicks, it has quality mood and creepiness, but it’s never genuinely scary. When a slaying happens it’s usually humorous even though it’s played out seriously (to me, anyway). The movie runs 1 hour, 30 minutes, and was shot around Sydney Mines on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. GRADE: B/B-

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    5 years ago

    Twenty years after a mining disaster in the small town of Valentine's Bluff a psychotic, unknown miner embarks on a killing spree. For some time now I watch holiday related horror movies when the relevant time of year comes around, and this is not only the best Valentines movie but I would say one of the best slasher movies ever. Made in Canada during the sub genre's Golden Age this has a great storyline, is well acted with characters that we can actually get into, it's creepy & suspenseful and throws in plenty of gory, imaginative deaths at a good, even pace. It also comes with a good soundtrack and makes fabulous use of the real Nova Scotia mine in which it was shot. Perhaps the only thing lacking is some female nudity, though there is plenty of sex talk & making out. Sadly it was heavily cut by the MPAA back in 1981 and here in the UK we are still waiting for an uncut release. It is possible, however, to see the cut gore on You Tube. A great film, one of my favourite stalk & slash movies which just oozes with a 1980's feel. Essential viewing. NB the remake is pretty good too!

    5 years ago

    Quentin Tarantino has called this his all-time favorite slasher film, and it's one I'd never seen, so I went into this with fairly high expectation. Unfortunately, this film still pales when compared to John Carpenters "Halloween" or William Lustig's "Maniac." Still, it's well made and does stand shoulder to shoulder with some of the better slasher films of the 70s and 80s; "The Town that Dreaded Sundown," "The Burning," "Sleepaway Camp," "Black Christmas," and such. The story involves a coal mining town where a maniac wearing mining gear kills hapless victim with a pickax, boiling water, shower head nozzles, and other implements that all prove deadly. The film does have a decent who-done-it mystery element to it and when the mystery is revealed at the end it's not a copout and is satisfyingly done, which is a rarity for most slasher films. Overall, I wouldn't say "My Bloody Valentine" is a classic, but it is a must see for slasher film fans.

    5 years ago

    After reading the reviews, I thought this film would be an atmospheric, moody slasher with sex, suspense, gore and fear. It's not."My Bloody Valentine" is an okay film because it keeps missing its opportunities to be a great film. The basic idea is good, the location is good...but that's about it.Lost opportunity #1: The script is not engaging. It's one of those that has no real lead character with whom you identify. The film is ensemble style, jumping around from short random scene to short random scene. Consequently, it never really pulls you in. There are no strong emotional motives, no real interaction between characters, no linear plot.Lost opportunity #2: Not enough skin. Despite being produced in 1980, at the height of raunchy sex depictions in thrillers, the film is incredibly tame. The opening all-male shower scene could have been a feast, but all the guys wear boxer shorts while showering. Although it is implied a couple of characters have sex, we never see anything suggestive...they just go off to be alone and the next time we see them, they're dead (and fully clothed).Lost opportunity #3: There is not suspense, no dread. Almost every killing happens quite suddenly as the director is going for a quick "shock" reaction from his audience. If you're shock-proof, these scenes fall flat. Knowing the danger is there and nearing and watching the characters unwittingly walk into the trap would have been much more impactful.Lost opportunity #4: Few hotties in the cast. Although Hollywood was brimming with gorgeous young people who would do ANYTHING to get into the movies back then, the producers cast mostly homely or average players. There are a couple of hot guys and one okay girl but they should have done better.This was not a horrible film, just disappointing. See what you think.

    5 years ago

    The 1980's was and remains one of the most controversial time periods in the history of the horror genre. On one hand; it saw the birth of several of the genre's greatest films and many of the most entertaining films that still have historical significance. On the other, the genre was dominated by the slasher genre so much that the cycle became old virtually overnight, leading some to gloss over some worthwhile films and for bad films to get elevated to classic status in later years.'My Bloody Valentine' may not be a masterpiece, but it has enough distinguishing elements to make it a nice hidden gem of it's sub-genre. It's proved to be a delight for many a insomnia-stricken devotee of obscure horror films searching for a nice late-night horror film to divert ourselves with, and this is perfect. The film could be summed up as a mix of 'Screaming Mimi', 'Halloween' and 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow'.The setting is a dismal Canadian mining town(filled with the kind of accents later parodied to death on 'South Park') known as Valentine bluffs, overshadowed by the Hanniger mines, both supposedly haunted by a vengeful miner who was wronged by lazy foremen who were attending a valentine's dance and following an unforgettable, almost dreamlike sequence dripping with bizarre sexual subtext and macabre humor that opens the film; the film's tone is set with an introduction to the leads emerging from a mine shaft as one miner remarks that any day the entire mine is gonna blow, but no one heeds his warning and races off laughing to country music while the clouds close over the town ominously, as if the cheerfulness is about to be swallowed up by an encroaching evil. It's not much, but it beats just about every other '80's slasher film at establishing mood.None of the actors could seriously be called great, but they do their jobs well enough to establish the usual paper-thin characters with personality. Not too much, but enough for the viewer to feel that a life has been taken, and not that they just witnessed some lame FX showcase; a particularly memorable scene involves the girlfriend of the comedy-relief character going into shock upon finding his corpse as the killer is approaching. A scene that's hard to forget anytime soon. Even the obligatory helpless adults seemed genuinely concerned and use common sense; with the Sheriff being a !GASP! likable character! Corrupt cops can be funny, but it's refreshing to see a competent one in these films. The two protagonist's of the film who are caught in a love triangle with the heroine also overcome weak dialog and minimal characterization through sheer emotion; enough so that both work as red herring characters, but still have good points and bad points that would make it believable if either was the killer. A nice touch lost in the remake, where the character who functions as the hero is very unlikeable and the character revealed as the killer engenders viewer sympathy.About the killer, the image of a madman in a mining suit with a pickax as a weapon is definitely an unforgettable visual, leading to several memorable 'bus' sequences. The back story behind the original killer is also quite creative. It would work well enough to carry a film on it's own or serve as an EC. comic plot.The final scene where the second killer wanders off into the mine spouting some of the most convincingly psychotic dialog I've ever heard while uttering a laugh guaranteed to freeze your blood, while simultaneously a country ballad begins to play over the credits is fairly sublime. Whether he returns or not, he will end up just like the original killer; a legend lost in the mists of time: 'And no one will knowww, as the years come and goooo, of the horror, from long time agoooo'. Brilliant.Go in with fairly limited expectations, a sense of humor, and 'My Bloody Valentine' will prove a fun experience, certainly more satisfying than the more famous 'Friday the 13th' films. The remake doesn't have much to recommend except for it's now useless 3-D gimmick; but watch that in a similar frame of mind, and you may enjoy that as well, despite having a disappointing climax and an awful Shamaylan-style cheat. When the 14th draws near, watch this film on a double feature with the 'Poetic Justice' segment from Francis's 'Tales from the Crypt'(1972), and the remake if you enjoy that, throw the god awful 2001 film 'Valentine' in the fireplace to keep warm, curl up with some caramels and you'll find this film the perfect alternative to one of the world's sh*ttiest holidays. I can guarantee you a good time.

    5 years ago

    My Bloody Valentine is one of the best 80's slasher films. It is one of my personal favorite slasher films. I love this film to death. It is well made 80's slasher films from George Mihalka it is a Canadian slasher that is happening on a holiday "Valentine's Day" about a crazed killer killing people in a miner suit. This is one of Quentin Tarnation's favorite slasher movies.A crazed miner is determined to stop the celebration of Valentine's day in a small Nova Scotia town, with the help of a trusty pick ax that is. I love the setting that fact that takes place in the mine is a great setting, great idea, great atmospheric, great claustrophobic and it is a great place dark mine shaft running people for their life's who are been chased by crazed killer. It is the perfect setting. The custom is great, I love this custom with the miner. I think it is one of the best custom for a slasher killer. I love the ballad about Harry Warden, who killed two people two supervisors and he cut their hearts, stuck them in candy boxes and sent them to the authorities. The cast are fine I like Paul Kelman so much as 'T.J.' Hanniger he did fine job. I love Lori Hallier as Sarah she was great as the final girl. I like Neil Affleck as Axel Palmer. Cynthia Dale as Patty did a fine job as Sarah's friend I like her in the movie. They are likable characters and good group of people. I love the idea about it. I love the song played on the end of the film The Ballad of Harry Warden by John McDermott. I love the gore in the movie in which a bar owner get's a pickaxe trough his throat in the eye excellent gore in the film I saw. In the beginning of the film there are these two people in the miner suits and one of them is a woman, she get's undressed, there is a heart tattoo, the killer freaks out and pales her and you see more heart going out of her chest and you see a little bit gore in the movie. The end fight in the climax is satisfying in my opinion I love this film to death. It is my favorite 80's slasher film of all time. The movie is treated badly from Paramount Pictures there is a Blu-ray Special Edition release in USA region is free and it is $129.99 which is way too expensive for movie to pay. If you want to buy a used item on Amazon it is $80 which the prizes for the movie is insane and I am not paying so much money for this film. The original film to me is much better than the remake because I love the climax fight on the end with Paul Kelman I enjoy this film and I love the gore in this.

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