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No Joy's Dreamy New Grunge Album

No Joy More Faithful Mexican Summer Grunge, in the form of Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and endless lesser lights, wasn't the only cool thing happening in rock'n'roll during the '90s. Shoegaze, as personified by My Bloody Valentine and Lush, also made its mark and has shown remarkable staying power. Show More Summary

Velvet Morning - Blue Jean Baby

Sounds like: Jesus & Mary Chain, My Bloody Valentine, Sonic Youth Song: Velvet Morning - Blue Jean Baby What's so good? Velvet Morning is the brain child of 20-year-old wonderkid Samuel Jones. Along with band members Charlie Carmichael,...Show More Summary

Newswire: Sofia Coppola walks out on The Little Mermaid live-action film

Just as the world was preparing itself for a Hans Christian Andersen story set to a My Bloody Valentine soundtrack, it was announced that director Sofia Coppola has dropped out of Universal Pictures’ The Little Mermaid live-action film. Show More Summary

The Shoegaze Heroes Return - We Talk to Ride's Mark Gardener

Ride by Piper Ferguson. During its brief existence in the late 80s and early 90s, the genre known as shoegaze garnered an obsessive following and bands including My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, and Swervedriver dominated the UK indie charts. Show More Summary

Mile Me Deaf - Living In A Shrinking Hell

Sounds like: Wavves, Cool Vapors, My Bloody Valentine, Satellite Stories Song: Mile Me Deaf - Living In A Shrinking Hell What's so good? "Living In A Shrinking Hell" by Mile Me Deaf amalgamates all of our favorite surf rock tropes. Singing about a despondent, inescapable nihilism? Check. Show More Summary

'Frailty,' Original 'My Bloody Valentine' Get Blu-Ray Releases

Before "My Bloody Valentine," the 3D remake hit screens, Lionsgate unleashed the previously unseen uncut version of the original movie. Now that same title is joining "Cujo," "The Monster Squad", "Angel Heart" and "Frailty" (voted by...Show More Summary

Spike Scream Award Nominees Announced

The Best Horror Movie nominees are "Dead Snow," "Drag Me to Hell", "Friday the 13th", "Let the Right One In", "My Bloody Valentine", and "Splinter". Among the other horror related nominations are: BEST ACTOR IN A HORROR MOVIE OR TV SHOW -------------------------------------- Bruce Campbell; "My Name is Bruce" Michael C. Show More Summary

Cast Grows for 'Mother's Day'

Shawn Ashmore has joined Jaime King (of "My Bloody Valentine 3D"), Briana Evigan, and Alexa Vega in the cast of Darren Lynn Bousman's "Mother's Day". King will play "Beth." I don't remember that character name from the original. ButShow More Summary

'I Know What You Did' Next on the Remake Chopping Block

It's been a long time since Dark Castle produced a remake of an old William Castle film, but they've finally gotten around to it again. Patrick Lussier, who helmed the excellent "My Bloody Valentine 3D" remake, will now direct a redo...Show More Summary

'My Bloody Valentine' to Be 3-D Blu-Ray

"My Bloody Valentine" has officially been announced as a 3-D release for Blu-Ray and DVD from Lionsgate. Watch for the remake to hit stores May 26. Note the above image is the poster: Not the cover art. "Friday the 13th Part 3 in 3-D" just was released by Paramount, and although the 3-D isn't spectacular on DVD, it isn't bad. Show More Summary

'My Bloody Valentine' to Strike Blu-Ray

Not all horror remakes are bad. In fact, "My Bloody Valentine 3-D" was actually a better film than the original. Good news is the film is slated for a May 26 release on Blu-Ray by Lionsgate, ESplatter has learned. What isn't known is...Show More Summary

Anchor Bay Gets 'Laid to Rest' in April

My Bloody Valentine. Friday The 13th. Not since the heyday of the 80’s has the slasher film seen such a resurgence in pop culture. Now Anchor Bay promises to deliver the "next great masked serial killer" – some guy they refer to as "ChromeSkull". On...Show More Summary

Exclusive Interview with the Director of 'My Bloody Valentine'

No one was more depressed at cuts made to 1981 Canadian slasher movie "My Bloody Valentine" than its director George Mihalka. Mihalka's original gory vision for this now classic slasher film was finally restored this year with the first-time-ever...Show More Summary

'Friday the 13th' Full Site Update

On the eve of the "My Bloody Valentine 3-D" release, Platinum Dunes has fully updated the official Web site for the "Friday the 13th" remake-sequel-prequel hitting screens February 13. Click here for a ton of new stills and other goodies. Directed...Show More Summary

Review for 'My Bloody Valentine 3-D'

Steve Biodrowski of Cinefantastique likes what he's seen of "My Bloody Valentine." This film goes a long way toward giving remakes a good name. It takes a not particularly memorable film - one of a myriad holiday horror titles to follow...Show More Summary

Win 'My Bloody Valentine' Uncut on DVD

We've got five copies of the Lionsgate release of the UNCUT and UNCENSORED '80s horror classic "My Bloody Valentine" to give away. What's so special about this DVD? Well, I'll tell you a personal story: I can remember way back in the...Show More Summary

'My Bloody Valentine' to Be 2D on Most Screens

This is bummer news for anyone not in a big city with an awesome cineplex. Unfortunately, "My Bloody Valentine 3D" will be playing in 2D on most screens. The New York Times reports today: Like all studios experimenting with 3-D, Lionsgate is struggling with a shortage of theaters equipped to project the work. Show More Summary

New 30-Second Spot for 'My Bloody Valentine'

Well, here's at least one remake that promises to be better than the original. In "My Bloody Valentine 3-D," being directed by Patrick Lussier, Jaime King stars as Sarah Palmer, a woman who has married her teenage sweetheart's nemesis, and the pair have a child together. Show More Summary

Cover Art, Details on Uncut 'My Bloody Valentine' DVD

It's been the stuff of legend. The pretty bad 1980s slasher "My Bloody Valentine" was badly truncated for its theatrical release, with a lot of the gore scenes that turned up in magazines like Fangoria totally cut out of the released film. Show More Summary

Le Volume Courbe – “The House” (Feat. Kevin Shields) Video

3 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

My Bloody Valentine’s iconic frontman Kevin Shields guested on Le Volume Courbe’s “House,” and though his woozy, swirling atmospherics are all over the song, he doesn’t seem to show up in the accompanying video. But French-born Charlotte Marionneau who masterminds Le Volume Courbe, has her hands full already with a darkly-clad stalker who follows her […]

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