monday, february 14 at 7:30pm | regular admission prices
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There’s more than one way to lose your heart on Valentine’s Day, and you’ll find out how at this bloody good holiday screening of the original 1981 horror classic My Bloody Valentine, guaranteed to make you fall in love … with terror! Enter our free raffle for scarifying prizes that will make you scream with delight!
“By far one of the best slashers of the ‘80s, for its direction, its unique story, and its unrelenting, creative kills. A love-themed holiday gone wrong, this is the perfect watch for Valentine’s Day.” – All Horror
We all know that love hurts, but this is ridiculous! Twenty years ago, a tragic accident in a mine on St. Valentine’s Day took the lives of five miners. The disaster occurred while supervisors left their posts to attend the town’s annual Valentine’s Day dance. The only survivor, Harry Warden, was confined to a mental institution after the ordeal. On the disaster’s first anniversary, he returned to the town of Valentine Bluffs for bloody revenge. That was nineteen years ago, and memories have dimmed. Young lovers T.J. (Paul Kelman) and Sarah (Lori Hallier) and friend Axel (Neil Affleck) are among the townspeople attending another Valentine’s party. Then, a box of Valentine candy arrives, containing an ominous message and a blood-soaked heart. Before the night is over, terror will strike again and again and again… Oozing into theaters in 1981, in the midst of the early ‘80s slasher craze, the cult classic My Bloody Valentine (cited as Quentin Tarantino’s all-time favorite slasher flick), stands today as one of the best of the holiday-themed horror films thanks to its eerie. gritty atmosphere (terror in a mine shaft!), ultra-creepy villain and truly scary thrills and kills. (Dir. by George Mihalka, 1981, Canada, 90 mins., Rated R)