Ah, love is in the air. So are pick axes, a dude’s jawbone (seriously!) and a murderous miner with a grudge against teens. Oh, and truckstop sex. He hates that. My Bloody Valentine came out in 2009, when 3D movies were all the rage and slashers were pretty damn gruesome. That combo makes this teen whodunit (set in and around a small-town mine) way bloodier than the 1981 original, which I’m told is pretty damn boring. Add a few cheesy 3D effects and the reboot makes you drink twice for every death. Trust us: it can sneak up on you, just like love. And miners wearing Vader masks.

The only thing better than watching horror films? Watching horror films and drinking beers. Drinking lots of beers. The Macabre Bros. give the Internet what it so desperately wants with The Drinking Games, an ongoing series of liver-testing games tailor-made for horror films. Be warned: The rules occasionally give away twists, plot points and other spoilers, so we recommend seeing the films first. Now, let’s get rowdy.

The Legend
H = Take a hit.
D = 1 drink of beer.
S = 1 shot of the hard stuff. This time is was one hell of a classy tequila. Too bad it still tasted like tequila.
X = Strikeout. Take a hit, take at least three drinks (or 1 shot), then blow the hit out.
Our rules call for 1 drink at every:
– sex scene
– boob sighting
– jump scare
– death

❤ For the lovers ❤
1 drink for every:
– Kiss
– Reference to a bloody Valentine’s (up to you, but stuff like bloody hearts, bloody chocolates, bloody hearts packed with chocolates, etc.)
– Mention of Valentine’s Day

The rest of the rules
When you first hear the legend of the Valentine’s Day massacre (aka opening credits) — S

When the randy teens first enter the doomed mine, cuz you know, sex — H

Each and every blatant 3D effect, including (but not limited to) every time a body part flies at the screen — D

Well ain’t that nice, the midget dressed up for Valentine’s Day — D

Well ain’t that nice, the only reason there’s a midget is to…kill her THAT way — 2 drinks


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