R | | Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Five women are stalked by an unknown assailant while preparing for Valentine's Day.
Despite the fact the film is called "Valentine" and is set during that time, the film wasn't released theatrically in the director's home country Australia until May of 2001.
Jason, I'm not a doctor yet, but it's my considered opinion you seek psychiatric help. Soon!
When The Cherub is stabbing the cadavers in body bags, he makes his way down to the next to the last one on the right side. He then stabs one on the left and turns back to the right again, only now there are two extra body bags on the right row.
The opening Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures logos are red.
According to director Jamie Blanks a lot of the violent scenes were trimmed down. This was not done to satisfy the MPAA (the original cut was rated "R"). Instead Warner Bros. thought that due to the political climate the amount of violence as shown in the original version was not tolerable at the time.
$10,024,648 (USA) (4 February 2001)
$20,384,136 (USA) (15 April 2001)