Goats In The Machine returns with a film that’s bound to get your heart beating – My Bloody Valentine.

Hit the link to join us, Louise Boyd and RJ Bayley as we journey into the murky mine-shaft of hysterical Valentine’s celebrations gone wrong in the American Heartland.

What makes Harry Warden such a good horror villain? Why are 80s horrors aging so poorly compared to their 70s counterparts? What are the effects of ingesting nothing but copious amounts of sugar over the course of a film? Why is the Yorkshire Mining Museum the pride of the British entertainment and tourist industry? Find out the answers to these questions and more! Hit the link after the jump!

Now please bear in mind that at the 5.16 mark I realise the DVD has started playing in German (which is actually Dutch), so if you want to watch My Bloody Valentine without restarting it, press play when the webcast reaches 6.30 precisely!

My Bloody Valentine Webcast

RJ Bayley & Louise Boyd, from left to right.

RJ Bayley & Louise Boyd, from left to right.

What do you think of the webcast? Who is that annoying, whingey band who have taken the film’s name? Let us know on the comments below!

You can follow RJ Bayley on Twitter: @Chunder_Thunder
You can follow Louise Boyd on Twitter: @wanderingloulou
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