When Did My Bloody Valentine disband?

Despite the appearance that My Bloody Valentine, whose members also include vocalist-guitarist Bilinda Butcher, bassist Debbie Googe and drummer Colm Ó Cíosóig, seem to have vanished since their last tour ended in 2013, with various members of the band exploring other pursuits, Shields reports the band is in a “healthy …

Did My Bloody Valentine break up?

Googe and Ó Cíosóig left the band in 1995, and were followed by Butcher in 1997. Unable to complete a follow-up to Loveless, Shields isolated himself and, in his own words, “went crazy”. In 2007, My Bloody Valentine reunited and subsequently embarked on a world tour.

How Old Is My Bloody Valentine?

It was theatrically released on February 11, 1981 by Paramount Pictures, coinciding with the Valentine’s holiday. Despite a mixed response from critics and grossing $5.7 million at the box office, the film has developed a large cult following over the years since its release.

How old is Loveless My Bloody Valentine?

Released 20 years ago, My Bloody Valentine’s Loveless still sounds like future music. My Bloody Valentine’s 1991 musical masterpiece Loveless struggled for the spotlight when it was released, overshadowed by the likes of Nirvana and Pearl Jam.

Is there a Bloody Valentine 2?

Theatrical poster for the upcoming film. My Bloody Valentine Part II (marketed as My Bloody Valentine II: Till Death Do We Part) is an upcoming sequel to the original movie. It has been screened for critics.

Why is My Bloody Valentine Rated R?

MY BLOODY VALENTINE 3D comes with all the graphic, bloody R-rated horror violence you might expect for such a 3D movie. It also has an extensive nude scene where one of the miner’s female victims runs around completely naked before the miner kills her.

Will there be a My Bloody Valentine 3?

Cancelled sequel In March 2020, in an interview with Bloody Disgusting, writer Todd Farmer revealed that himself and director Patrick Lussier both pitched a script for a sequel to the remake to Lionsgate executives John Sacchi and Michael Paseornek two weeks ahead of the film’s release.