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

March 2, 2009 "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. It would be interesting to see what they could pull off with Blu-Ray. Unfortunately, "My Bloody Valentine" will never look as awesome in 3D on any home system as it did in the theater (as our review can attest), so it truly deserves multiple theatrical re-releases. Heck, if I were in charge of Lionsgate, I'd never release the film to DVD or Blu-Ray and simply re-release it to theaters every couple of years.

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