Finish him! Every gamer knows when that Mortal Kombat voice reigns down, something truly horrific is about to happen to your dazed opponent. We’re talking about fatalities. We’re talking about seeing a character’s skeleton or ripping someone’s heart out or punching their head off or turning them into blood goo or…
If you’ve watched any modern action movies, you’ve probably got a pretty good mental picture of what happens when a person hemorrhages blood. But this, my friends, is the first scientific visualization of the splatterfest. Squeamish viewers, look away.
This fall and winter, you’re going to be seeing a lot of new hardshell jackets and pants touting their use of the new Gore-Tex C-Knit waterproof-breathable membrane. What is it, how does it work and how will it stand up to the competition?
Some horror movies are carefully constructed operas of psychological dread. And others are just out to make you feel like you’re gonna yak into your popcorn. While we love the former, today’s question is all about the latter: what is the single most repulsive, gore-gastic thing anyone’s ever dared to put onscreen?
Zombie movies are, by design, all about death. Zombies kill humans, humans kill zombies, humans become zombies and are killed again, etc. What sets an exceptional zombie movie apart from the brain-munching pack? The gruesome creativity of its death scenes. Here are nine of our favorites.
No one uses blood and gore and violence in movies like Quentin Tarantino does. Though it certainly drips and probably soaks through a lot of his movies, his scenes with blood can almost be balletic. Well, an excessive ballet, at least. Here’s a collection of some of the bloodiest scenes. NSFW and all that, naturally.
Season Five of The Walking Dead might have been the best season of the zombie killing, gore porn that is America's favorite TV show, which means that there have been enough zombie kills this season to fill a 7-minute gorypalooza video. Some of these zombie deaths are really artistic while others are so brutal they…
Well, this is exciting: cult-beloved Japanese director Takashi Miike is planning a live-action adaptation of popular manga Terra Formars, described as "a crazy, bloody, adrenaline-pumped action-sci-fi-horror series." Yes. We like that. All of that.
Animator Lee Hardcastle shares his latest creation, a lovingly gory, amazingly accurate claymation sequence that imagines what would happen if the Frozen gang enacted the blood-test scene from John Carpenter's The Thing.
I don't know if ridiculous 90's style commercials like this completely disappeared or if it was just because I stopped watching Saturday morning cartoons but I totally miss getting sold diabetes or useless toys from overexcited kids and crude special effects and weird parents. This parody of those 90's commercial…
Unlike other shows who sneakily add special effects without you realizing, The Walking Dead is so overtly gruesome and bloody and gore-y that we're completely aware that what we see is being spiced up with visual effects. Still, it's awesome to see how the effects are added. Stargate Studios shows off the reel of…
This is my favorite scene from the Roger Corman film Raptor — which is basically an ultra-cheap Jurassic Park rip-off starring Eric Roberts and a bunch of people you've never heard of. In this scene, a researcher working on a project to breed dinosaurs has lost sight of the mission — so he has to be disposed of,…
Knocking someone's head clean off their body has always seemed to be a surefire way to kill them. It kills vampires. It kills zombies. It kills Highlanders. There's nothing like a beheading to make sure that something stays dead. But how long does it take to die?
It's normal to see a dismembered, screaming, blood-soaked individual and be, to say the least, completely shocked. But if you're a military medic, that costs lives. The solution? A training program that forces action in the face of (artificial) carnage.
Ever wake up and think: "Today I'd like to have my inner ears tied to a seven-story turbine as it vomits the inhabitants of an insane asylum, while my eyes are violated watching a conveyor belt sexually molest itself?"
If you're worried about overeating today, and need a good appetite suppressant, check out our video compilation of the scariest food moments from science fiction. Behold, the nastiest stuff that scifi has ever cooked up, or regurgitated back out.
New horror flick Piranha 3D has certainly grabbed our attention with these disgusting new on set shots of half eaten teens. The film stars Jerry O'Connell and Jessica Szohr, and promises a host of star-studded-but-bloody cameos.