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

September 3, 2009 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 readers as one of the best movies of the past 10 years) on Blu-Ray November 24.

"Frailty" has been available on DVD for years now, but a Blu-Ray release for what was easily one of the finest horror titles of the past decade is well in order. It's not clear how much Blu-Ray will benefit "Bloody Valentine," as the film is old, and the added "found" gore scenes were of pretty mixed quality.

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