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    • by Kungfoolery
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      My Bloody Valentine has risen to the level of cult status not so much by what’s on screen, but by what is not on screen. In 1981, Paramount released this Friday the 13th clone in theaters on Valentine’s Day and, despite having a really cool theme (mad killer returns to stop Valentine’s

      Day dance) and a cool Mad Killer (this is a mining town and the killer is decked out in full miner gear), the film did a disappointing $5 million at the box office and sequel plans were scrapped. The film itself is kind of fun, but what really catches fans interest is ...

      • the MPAA forced nine minutes of violence cut from the film to certify an R-Rating. Paramount complied. Now, twenty-five years laters, despite having access to to deleted scenes, Paramount declined to release an uncut special edition! WHY?! There are a million special editions on the market, why would Paramount take the cheap
        way out?

        Oh, did I say cheap? This DVD has a list price of $25! And no special features nor any trailers! What a rip off!

        I give the film an 8, the DVD a 1, and 9 divided by 2 is 4. 5 which I am rounded down to a 3 because the DVD is such a disappointment.

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