My Bloody Valentine: the Screenplay

My Bloody Valentine the Screenplay Every February th Harry comes back to town his pickaxe stained with blood waiting in the shadows of the Hanniger Mine just for someone to kill should they not heed his warning IT COULD BE YOU E

  • Title: My Bloody Valentine: the Screenplay
  • Author: John Beaird
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • My Bloody Valentine: the Screenplay

    Every February 14th, Harry comes back to town, his pickaxe stained with blood, waiting in the shadows of the Hanniger Mine, just for someone to kill, should they not heed his warning IT COULD BE YOU Every slasher film fan has seen the 1981 My Bloody Valentine, the unforgettable story of a coal mining town drenched in shadows, of a love triangle threatening to destroy aEvery February 14th, Harry comes back to town, his pickaxe stained with blood, waiting in the shadows of the Hanniger Mine, just for someone to kill, should they not heed his warning IT COULD BE YOU Every slasher film fan has seen the 1981 My Bloody Valentine, the unforgettable story of a coal mining town drenched in shadows, of a love triangle threatening to destroy a friendship, of an insane miner desperate for revenge, and of one night where the local kids don t pay attention Filmed in a real coal mining community in Nova Scotia s Cape Breton Island, this film has always been one of the most recognized slasher films out there, up with Friday the 13th, Halloween, Prom Night, Black Christmas and Sleepaway Camp The screenplay is just as much fun to read as the film is to watch

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    One thought on “My Bloody Valentine: the Screenplay

    1. Rebecca McNutt

      My Bloody Valentine is my favorite movie so when I saw the screenplay for sale as a paperback book (even though I can't seem to find its ISBN), I bought it right away. However, its info is rather misleading - this book wasn't a screenplay at all, it was actually just the film script, so basically it was like reading English subtitles. Though the script is still excellent, I would've rather read the screenplay.

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