Tag Archives: gore

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Movies You Aught Not Watch: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning

“The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning” — the bottoming-out of American horror — continues Nick Rogers’ weekly look at the 52 worst films of 2000-2009. Continue reading

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A cavalcade of carnage for those who thought “Braveheart” was too tame. Continue reading

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Mother’s Day (1980)

Mother’s Day gives us presents such as a bucket of Trix and a clear plastic pillow shaped like a pair of breasts. Thanks, Mom. Continue reading

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Eaten Alive! (Mangiati Vivi!) (1980)

Gorehounds couldn’t ask for more with this envelope-pushing film, but crossing the line into real sadism shouldn’t really be on the menu. Continue reading

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The Wolf Man

A puzzling train wreck that is often nonsensical, other times unintentionally funny, but always haphazardly thrown together. Continue reading

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I Spit on Your Grave (1978)

A graphic, gruesome, and undeniably gutsy revenge flick, “I Spit on Your Grave” captures the full essence of a cult classic. Continue reading

Two Thousand Maniacs (1964)

“Two Thousand Maniacs” is another schlock classic, a timeless, joyfully bad film that is the essence of what shlockmeisters love. Continue reading

The Wizard of Gore (1970)

Another in gore auteur Herschell Gordon Lewis’ seemingly endless line of reach-into-your body films not starring Ron Jeremy. Continue reading

An interview with Herschell Gordon Lewis

A legitimate cult icon, Herschell Gordon Lewis was a pioneer of the cult horror genre, taking violence and gore to an extreme that cinema had never seen. Continue reading

Color Me Blood Red (1965)

Despite some b-movie shortcomings, “Color Me Blood Red” has all the makings and trappings of a cult splatter classic, and it’s required viewing for any self-respecting gore hound or schlock meister. Continue reading

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