Let’s Watch a Horror Movie… My Bloody Valentine

It’s February the month of hearts and candy and love… or we could watch a horror movie. If you’re like me, when it comes to scary, the list of people willing to share the experience is slim, or none. So I am bringing us together on Twitter for a live-tweet each month.

In honor of Valentine’s Day, I have chosen the slasher film My Bloody Valentine from 1981.

Cover of 1981 film My Bloody Valentine

Cover of 1981 film My Bloody Valentine

I have not seen this! And, even though I got the DVD in the mail, I will resist watching until the live-tweet. *pets DVD case* I will resist! So if you want to see some in the moment Kathy reactions to this film, tune in to Twitter on Friday, February 19th at 9 EST #MyBloodyValentine.

From what I gather, there was a terrible accident in a mine on Valentine’s Day where all but one died. And the survivor went a little nuts. And he returned a year later to make Valentine’s Day special, well, especially bloody.

So the town decided Valentine’s Day wasn’t such a great idea, UNTIL years later when the event had fallen into the land of the past, a group of kids plan a Valentine’s Day party.

This will end well…

Oh, Dean, it will be alright, but, yes, that was scary. From the TV show Supernatural

Oh, Dean, it will be alright, but, yes, that was scary. From the TV show Supernatural

So watch with me! Pop some popcorn, or fill a bowl with dark chocolate hearts, and press play at 9 EST on Friday, February 19th. Throw your tweets into the mix #MyBloodyValentine. There’s nothing like watching a horror movie with friends!


*Images from Google Images

  • madilynquinn01
    February 5, 2016

    hahaha… cool! I’ve never followed a live tweet of a movie watching. I haven’t seen this movie either.

    – Madilyn Quinn @ NovelBrews

    • Kathy Palm
      February 5, 2016

      Well, it should be a good time! I look forward to seeing you…or seeing your tweets any way.

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