'My Bloody Valentine' has unleashed its first trailer, displaying the Valentine Day's massacre and the return of the pickaxed killer to the town of Harmony.
"My Bloody Valentine 3-D", the 3-D movie remake to the 1981 low-budget Canadian slasher movie, has just got its trailer revealed. The first trailer to the horror thriller has been outed first by IGN, and gives away glimpses of Valentine's Day Massacre, the horrific event from which all of the tragedy in Harmony begins to unravel, as well as the coming back of the blood-thirst killer.
In "Bloody Valentine", it is told that ten years after Tom Hanniger caused a terrible accident in the coal miner that led to the brutal murder of twenty-two people by Harry Warden, he returns to Harmony on a Valentine's Day. Haunted by the death of the innocent people, Hanniger tries to make amends with his past. But, his attempt to find peace is about to be disturbed as a killer who dons a miner mask and is armed with a pickaxe returns.
Directed by "Scream" editor, Patrick Lussier, "Valentine" will be presented using a 3-D technology. It stars Jensen Ackles, Jaime King and Kerr Smith among others. The Lionsgate Films horror has been scripted by Zane Smith and produced by Jack Murray. It is slated to hit the theaters across the U.S. on January 16, 2009.
"My Bloody Valentine 3-D" Trailer: