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My Bloody Valentine
My Bloody Valentine (1981)
Credits
Title: My Bloody Valentine
Directed by: George Mihalka
Written by: Stephen A. Miller; John Beaird
Produced by: Lawrence Nesis; André Link; Stephen Miller; John Dunning
Music by: Paul Zara
Cinematography: Rodney Gibbons
Edited by: Gérald Vansier; Rit Wallis
Production
Distributed by: Paramount Pictures
Released: February 11th, 1981
Rating: R
Running time: 90 min.
Country: Canada
Language: English
Budget: $CAD2,300,000 [1]
Gross: $5,672,031 (US) [2]
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My Bloody Valentine is an American horror film of the slasher subgenre. It was directed by George Mihalka with a screenplay written by Stephen A. Miller and John Beaird. It was produced by Paramount Pictures and released theatrically in the United States on February 11th, 1981. The movie was remade in 2009 by director Patrick Lussier.

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  • The tagline to this film is, "There's more than one way to lose your heart...".
  • The MPAA forced George Mihalka to excise over nine minutes of content from the film in order for My Bloody Valentine to receive an R-rating over an X. An uncut DVD version of the film was released by Lions Gate Entertainment on January 13th, 2009 and contains the original unused footage.
  • The scenes that take place at the Hanniger Coal Mine were shot at the Sydney Mines in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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My Bloody Valentine (1981) Special Edition

Special Edition DVD cover.

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