Original Air Date: 3/23/2013Horror Guru join Count Jackula in a vlog about The Hunger Games, starring Jennifer Lawrence. You know who Jennifer Lawrence is right? Of course you do. The internet is a…
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Here are five things you probably didn’t know about Wes Craven and his career.
Original Air Date – May 1, 2015Horror Guru and I talk about The Avengers movie.
Original Air Date: May 11, 2012This time I see the movie solo. There is murder involved.
Original Air Date: June 10, 2012We watched Prometheus….FUCK.
Original Air Date: June 20, 2012 If you ever wanted to see Horror Guru and I disagree on a movie. This is it.
Count Jackula and Horror guru talk about the new horror-comedy, COOTIES, starring Elija Wood. Official Movie Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzJVA0KWljk➞ FOLLOW on Twitter: @count_jackula …
Original Air Date: 1/25/2014We take a moment to remember Justin Carmical (AKA Jew Wario), a man that brought enjoyment to thousands of people on YouTube and Channel Awesome.
Original air date: 6/5/2012This was one of the earlier videos, from back in 2012. I remember needing to recite the passage about the ravine to myself when I heard that Bradbury had passed, because …
Counht Jackula responds to a comment by Rachael Miller, asking for advice on talking about horror to her parents.
You’d be forgiven if you saw the poster for, The Taking of Deborah Logan, and thought ‘Another found footage possession movie? FUCK THAT SHIT!’ But you’re missing out on a hidden gem. ➞ FOLLOW on T…
Yeah, I talk about the Virginia Reporter shooting.
Love is a monster
Count Jackula reviews Jesus Franco’s classic, erotic film about a voluptuous vampiress who really knows how to suck, Female Vampire.
Official Movie Site: http://www.ifcfilms.com/films/stung/Official Movie Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T25WKc1xfOw
Crawl or Die? Hand me the straight razor.
Count Jackula discusses his top 10 sexy monster girls from across horror movies, video games, and animation, as well as providing a message to all those who feel they’re misunderstood, ignored, or not beautiful enough.