Brief Musing #2 - At one point, two characters are just beginning a very tense (ostensibly) scene that will end with one of their deaths (one so callous that I don't think this film even came close to earning it). Since the characters are only fairly nervous at this stage, they're still able to joke about their behavior, and one says, "I'm kind of a pussy sometimes." The line is delivered well by the actress, Megan Boone, and the moment felt very real and human. It is the only time the film ever felt like that. Brief Musing #3 - Apparently, horror fans are very forgiving if the lame-ass "creative kills" they paid to see involve bits of things flying straight at their faces. This remake of My Bloody Valentine is nothing more than a nostalgia trip for people who long for the days of Jaws 3D and Comin' at Ya! Really, does anybody -- outside of James Cameron and, maybe, George Lucas (I consider them to be pretty much the same guy anyway) -- honestly believe that this new wave of 3D movies heralds some sort of change in the way films are made? Or that 3D is the new Technicolor? Because I sure don't, and my limited experience with it so far (part of this film, at home, on DVD, with 3D glasses bought for 15 cents at Blockbuster -- we switched over to 2D about a half hour in because it was annoying; and one of the Harry Potter movies shown on 3D Imax) has been quite underwhelming. Which is not to say it hasn't been occasionally "cool", just not very, and not for long. But I don't know, maybe this shit will take off and 3D will be a cinematic innovation on the level of adding sound. If that turns out to be the case, then may God help us all..