Posts Tagged ‘The Beyond’

Top 10 Deserted Island Flicks – Ray Marquez IV

Top 10 Deserted Island Flicks – Ray Marquez IV

Tweet Lists. Everyone loves lists. They are easy to read, fun to compile, and you can get to the meat of the article with an easy, clever title. Although lists tend to be all the above, they also tend to be a bit difficult on the writer’s end of the spectrum. Top Tens, All-Time Favs, […]




Meet Your New Favorite Band, Horror Lovers: Las Vegas’ Demon Lung

Meet Your New Favorite Band, Horror Lovers: Las Vegas’ Demon Lung

Search in the desert of Nevada, you’ll find evil…




5 Movies I Talk About Too Much…

5 Movies I Talk About Too Much…

Indulge my mental masturbation…




Video Nasties: THE BEYOND (1981)

Video Nasties: THE BEYOND (1981)

A polarizing movie among horror fans, many consider this Fulci film to be his seminal achievement.




The Horror Film Festival of San Diego

The Horror Film Festival of San Diego

Let’s make this happen!




The Music of Terror: Il Balletto di Bronzo’s “Ys”

The Music of Terror: Il Balletto di Bronzo’s “Ys”

Tweet At one point, I wanted this site to also cover music.  In fact, you can find a few reviews waaaaay back when of some fantastic albums.  Unfortunately, it became more of a chore to add music as we were getting loaded up with film after film. That isn’t a complaint by any stretch of […]




How I Learned To Love Italian Horror Movies, a guest post by Dr. Jimmy Terror of Dr. Terror’s Blog of Horrors

How I Learned To Love Italian Horror Movies, a guest post by Dr. Jimmy Terror of Dr. Terror’s Blog of Horrors

Tweet As a young pup living in small town New Jersey we seemed to have one thing that was quite plentiful, video stores. Not Blockbuster or Hollywood Video. Not West Coast Video (although all of these were present in their own circle of Hell). We had really honest to goodness video stores that were owned […]




People still don’t get Lucio Fulci’s films? Still?!

People still don’t get Lucio Fulci’s films? Still?!

There are going to be different responses to who are considered favorites, depending on who you talk to at The Blood Sprayer staff. But for Mr. Editor, it’s always been and always will be, The late Lucio Fulci.