The Gore Gore Girls (1972) – Blood Splattered Cinema (Horror Movie Review)

The Gore Gore Girls (1972) – Blood Splattered Cinema (Horror Movie Review)

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GREETINGS, GOREHOUNDS!

This week on Blood Splattered Cinema the Horror Guru takes on another Herschell Gordon Lewis 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 such a reputation? Tune in to find out.

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GrimlyFiendish says:

That fucking voice you do is too annoying for me to watch any of your other videos. Why are you doing a shitty Cinema Snob voice? His voice is bad enough lol.

Bianca Luedeker says:

Do Blood Feast!

John Reeves says:

Wikipedia is for lazy people. And Wikipedia has been proven by experts to be 90% wrong on everything. It's so horrible and not credible…

Sean Bateman says:

More Gore Gore for the Guru!

dar88 red says:

how did the killer die i cant make it out

Jordan Ogle says:

Didn't that melon Jackula fucked turned out to be a man? And then cheated on him?

Jeffrey314159 says:

Review the John Caradine film: Wizard of Mars

Caroline Briar Rose says:

Nancy's lashes are hideous. But great work! You're great!

Daniel Ross says:

I love watching These Clips Keep up the Good Work Dude!

Maggie Koch says:

I like this review, the movie feels like a cross between "the Girl in Gold Boots" and early "Columbo" episodes. What is it about early 70's thrillers and stylized murder scenes? By any measure, it's drop-dead enjoyable, pun intended.

Jonah Landsberg says:

Did you just stick a random photo of Girls Bravo into your review of a '70s splatter flick? Kudos, my friend.

Adrian The One47 says:

Love the videos and now a subscriber

Brian Barnes says:

This is a very interesting film as it brings back HG Lewis' early nudie cutie period, plus his later gore period (both stuff he did with Friedman) and it seems so much a prototype or the later elitist "hero" with various anti-social tendencies.  Like a lot of things Lewis was associated with, it's cheap, it's quick, but it's also very much tongue in check.  It's so nice to see somebody dealing with these films that are lost to most horror fans!

Drain Deimo says:

Well you got another fan. HINT? it's me

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