JoBlo: VALENTINE (2001) Slasher Movie, David Boreanaz – The Black Sheep

It’s Valentine’s day weekend so of course we’re gonna give Jamie Blanks 2001 slasher VALENTINE some love!

The early 2000s were a sort of re-birth for the horror genre. With the popularity of the J-Horror Boom and New French Extremity, it became clear that tastes were changing. The slasher sub-genre was on life support before Scream came along in 1997 and revitalized it. By 2001 though the new slashers started losing steam in terms of popularity. Is that why Valentine didn’t kill it at the box office? Was it a casualty of time? Join us as we defend the film and explore all things VALENTINE!

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SERIES SYNOPSIS: THE BLACK SHEEP features different takes on horror films that the masses or/and critics didn’t care for but that we found merit in. We defend horror movies that deserve more love!

This episode of THE BLACK SHEEP is written by Andrew Hatfield, edited by Juan Jimenez, and narrated by Lance Vlcek. Produced by John Fallon and Executive Produced by Berge Garabedian.

Valentine stars: Denise Richards, David Boreanaz, Marley Shelton, Jessica Capshaw, and Katherine Heigl.

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