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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.
This movie about crawling slugs that turn the local townsfolk into mindless space zombies is the latest review from the Horror Guru! Or... is it?
The Horror Guru lists his favorite episodes from the Kripke era (AKA the first five seasons) of CW's Supernatural, the long-running show about two brothers who hunt demons, ghosts, and monsters.
The Horror Guru does an epic comparison of Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece The Birds and British author Daphne du Maurier's original short story. Featuring passages from the short story as read by our own Blockbuster Chick!
The Horror Guru counts down his 10 favorite films of 2012, including Paranorman, Chronicle, Kill List, The Raid, Django Unchained, and more!
The Horror Guru compares Neil Gaiman's horror fantasy novella Coraline to the big screen adaptation directed by Henry Selick. Both tell the tale of a young girl who finds a secret door and crosses over into an alternate, unsettling reality, but which does the Guru prefer? The answer may surprise you!