It’s the fourth annual Blood Splattered Christmas Special, as the Horror Guru tackles Bob Clark’s sorority slaying slashterpiece Black Christmas.
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The Horror Guru celebrates Lancegiving by reviewing Stan Winston’s directorial debut Pumpkinhead, the 1988 cult classic starring Lance Henriksen of Aliens fame.
The Horror Guru reviews the “ultimate experience in grueling terror”, otherwise known as The Evil Dead.
The Horror Guru enters the gore-tastic realm of independent splatter films with the 1983 cult classic The Deadly Spawn, also known as Return of the Aliens.
The Horror Guru completes the Slumber Party Saga by reviewing the straight-to-video sequel Slumber Party Massacre III.
The Horror Guru tackles the rockabilly sequel to the infamous ’80s slasher classic Slumber Party Massacre, simply titled Slumber Party Massacre II. Hold on to your butts, kids, it’s going to be a wild ride!
The Horror Guru takes on the home invasion sub-genre by counting down his top ten favorites. Watch the video and find out if such recent entries as The Strangers or The Purge made the list? Unless you’re too scared…
The Horror Guru takes on the infamous cult classic Slumber Party Massacre, a slasher film so vile, so ugly, and so disgustingly sexist, that it could only be brought to you by two women!
From the Blood Splattered Archives: The Guru takes on the sequel to a film about a killer gingerbread man. Yes, this film also exists… and it’s glorious!
In this video from the Blood Splattered Archives, the Guru takes on a film where Gary Busey plays a killer gingerbread man. Yes, this film exists!
In this episode from the Blood Splattered Archives, the Horror Guru takes on Wishmaster, a Wes Craven Presents joint that hearkens back to the glory days of Hellraiser, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Candyman. Oh, and did we mention this film stars Robert Englund, Kane Hodder, Tony Todd, Angus Scrimm, Reggie Bannister and Ted Raimi?
Back in May, the Horror Guru took on the second installment of Lucio Fulci’s Gates of Hell trilogy, The Beyond, AKA Seven Doors of Death. But as the film rolls on, the real question becomes not whether The Beyond will survive the review, but whether the Guru will survive The Beyond!
The Horror Guru celebrates Christmas a week late by reviewing Jack Frost 2: The Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman! This film is absolutely nuts–It’s got everything from mutant killer snowmen, to Doug Jones, to a douche named Captain Fun. It’s totally bananas!
Last year, the Horror Guru reviewed the highly controversial killer Santa flick Silent Night, Deadly Night for his second annual Blood Splattered Christmas Special! Get ready for his third Christmas special, coming soon!
The Horror Guru concludes his Blood Splattered Halloween with Night of the Demons 3, the direct-to-video sequel to the 1988 cult classic. Sexy cat demons, snake monster masturbation, and hand gun blow jobs abound in this surprisingly sexy final installment of the series!
A Blood Splattered Halloween continues as the Horror Guru reviews Night of the Demons 2, the sequel to the 1988 cult classic about demons run amok on Halloween.
The Horror Guru celebrates the start of October with the 1988 cult classic Night of the Demons, starring scream queen Linnea Quigley. This episode also marks the first ever Blood Splattered Halloween Special, and it’s got everything from heavy metal to gore galore. Oh yeah!
The Horror Guru takes on another Herschell Gordon Lewis splatter classic: The Gore Gore Girls! Many consider this 1972 tale of go-go dancers gone wild to be the ultimate culmination of H.G. Lewis’ career—Mainly because it was his last film up until 2002’s Blood Feast 2. But does it live up to its reputation? Tune in and find out!
For a Friday Night Fright Flicks special, the Horror Guru takes on the infamous Herschell Gordon Lewis splatter flick The Wizard of Gore, starring Ray Sager as a sinister magician who commits horrible murders on stage.
It’s a Friday Night Fright Flicks special presentation of Blood Splattered Adaptations! The Horror Guru compares Frank Darabont’s big screen adaptation of The Mist starring Thomas Jane and Laurie Holden to the Stephen King novella it’s based on, with passages from the book read by A Philosopher, and lots of background info about the making of the movie.