A psychopathic miner terrorizes the town of Harmony in this retelling of one of the most underrated slasher films of the early '80s with My Bloody Valentine 3-D. 10-years ago, the lone survivor of an accident deep in the mines awoke from a coma and slashed his way through the town in a bloody, vengeance-fueled rampage. Though shot and apparently killed, the memories of Harry Warden still haunt both the town and Tom Hanniger (Jensen Ackles), the heir to the mine and one of the last people to see Harry before his disappearance. Just as Tom heads back to his hometown after a long time away, so do the killings ramp up again. While he mends his torn relationship with his ex-girlfriend Sarah (Jaime King) and her husband Axl (Kerr Smith), citizens are knocked off one by one in spectacularly gruesome fashion (all presented in 3-D). Has Harry come from beyond the grave or is there a new killer donning the suit and mask? Scream franchise editor Patrick Lussier helms from a script by Zane Smith and Jason X scribe Todd Farmer. Genre veteran Tom Atkins lends his B-movie chops to a supporting character in the Lionsgate production.~Jeremy Wheeler
Audio Commentary with Director Patrick Lussier and Co-Writer Todd Farmer
Jensen AcklesTom Hanniger
Jaime KingSarah Palmer
Kerr SmithAxel Palmer
Edi GathegiDeputy Martin
Kevin TigheMayor Ben Foley
Stephen A. MillerScreen Story
Michael WandmacherComposer (Music Score)
Zak GroblerProduction Designer
Andre LinkExecutive Producer
Jack MurrayExecutive Producer
John DunningExecutive Producer
John SacchiExecutive Producer
Michael PaseornekExecutive Producer
LeAnn RadekaCostume Designer
Nancy Nayor BattinoCasting
Gary J. TunnicliffeMakeup Special Effects
Jonathan McCoyLine Producer
My Bloody Valentine 3D
Year of Release
3D Glasses, DVD, With 2D Version
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel, stereo
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
My Bloody Valentine 3D [With 2D Version] [3D Glasses] [DVD] 
Silly horror movies work really well in 3D and the presentation here is really good.
I remember seeing this movie in the theater in 3D and afterward we went out for a dutch apple pancake. You know those giant things that are more a cross between a pie and a cake than a breakfast food?
It's a re-imagining of the original 1981 film of the same name. Minus the 3D of course. It's a good movie for some laughs as well as some suspense. You will notice a handful of the actors from previous TV shows as well as other films. It's just an all around fun horror movie.
This review is from My Bloody Valentine 3D [2 Discs] [3D Glasses] [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Awesome movie finally in Real 3D
Finally available in legit 3d again (instead of of the old school 1950s technology of paper emerald and magenta glasses)! Worth it for me but maybe a little cheaper since it's an older movie.
I played this movie on my computer with Nvidia 3D vision connected to my Mitsubishi Dlp. The picture is crystal clear in 3D. No ghosting like that other reviewer is talking about. I would definitely reccomend this movie!