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"My Bloody Valentine 3D" opens Jan. 16, 2009 — Bringing New Depth to Horror Movies?

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How times have changed since I was wading in the dating pool.

Acapulco Gold, Yago Sangria, drinks with names like Tequila Sunrise and a Sloe Comfortable Screw, electric guitar solos, a mattress in the back of a VW microbus — you can say a lot of things about us Boomers but we knew how to have a good time.

Now in the New Millenium you've got "Nothing says 'Date Movie' like a 3D RIDE TO HELL!"

This is progress?

If all the recent (and upcoming) Disney-Pixar digitally animated family fare in 3D haven't gotten you back into the multiplex, maybe a bloody pickaxe taking a swipe at your head will do the trick.

For the trailer and an examination of what could be a new trend in film horror, check out the New York Times article, here.

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