Saturday, May 9, 2015

Blood Splattered Cinema: My Bloody Valentine


This week the Horror Guru tackles the classic 1981 Canadian slasher My Bloody Valentine, also known as one of the greatest victims of MPAA Censorship.

 My Bloody Valentine was directed by George Mihalka (Scandale), written by John Beaird (Happy Birthday to Me), produced by John Dunning (David Cronenberg's Rabid) & AndrĂ© Link (The House by the Lake) and stars Paul Kelman (Black Roses), Lori Hallier (Days of Our Lives), Neil Affleck (Scanners) & Keith Knight (Meatballs, Class of 1984). It was released in 1981 and made CAD 2,300,000 and $5,672,031 in the United States.

And with that, I'm out. Peace, my fellow Gorehounds!

The Horror Guru

 P.S. Beware of Harry Warden! ;)

Wednesday, March 25, 2015



Recently Blood Splattered Cinema joined the Crypt.TV "Crypt Family" and as such will be promoting upcoming horror releases on top of the normal videos.

This week's promotion is a little film called NIGHTLIGHT, brought to us by Lionsgate Entertainment. NIGHTLIGHT is a found footage film about a group of teenagers who head out into the woods to play various flashlight related games, only for things to take a dark turn when something sinister decides to play along with them.

NIGHTLIGHT is written and directed by Bryan Woods & Scott Beck, and hits theaters March 27. Check it out. 

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Blood Splattered Vlog: Digging Up The Marrow


The Horror Guru checked out Adam Green's Psuedo-Docu-Horror film Digging Up The Marrow and here are his SPOILER FREE thoughts.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Blood Splattered Cinema: Top 10 Films of 2014


This week The Horror Guru finally counts down his Top 10 Favorite Films of 2014, and most importantly, why they're his favorites. Trust me when I say this is one video you'll want to watch til the very end...

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Blood Splattered Vlog: Wyrmwood


The Horror Guru got an advanced screening of the Aussie zombie action flick WYRMWOOD: ROAD OF THE DEAD and here are his SPOILER FREE thoughts.

Available in select theaters and video on demand February 13th, 2015.