This week the Guru digs into the Blood Splattered Vaults to present Channel Awesome his old review of William Girdler’s Grizzly. From back in the day when he stood too close to the camera and yelled a lot, for some reason. Enjoy!
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HorrorGuru have you…have you actually done what so few have attempted and yet so few have managed…did you do an actually FUNNY rape joke?
Bravo sir! BRAVO!!!
Tell us where the bear touched you..
Oh god, Winnie The Pooh NOOOOO! :O
Childhood Innocence shattered!
BTW of all you ‘When Animals Attack’ episodes this is the only one where you managed to get the opening exactly right, another Bravo my friend.
You know, with the modern apocalypse trend (I can’t believe those are words I am typing, what’s wrong with mankind?) and with cinema’s long history of animal attack movies how come there hasn’t been a combination of the two? Why haven’t we had an animal apocalypse movie?
Isn’t Foodfight kind of an animal apocalypse movie? 😛
Or a movie signifying the apocalypse.
Foodfight is one of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse?
I’m guessing the other three are Cat In the Hat, Superman Returns and Clash of the Titans.
The Birds is more the Animal Apocalypse movie. Cause a film version of Werewolf the Apocalypse isn’t even on the floor.
The birds is a great example of the two genres colliding. Basically replace zombies with birds, and you got Hitchcock’s film. There’s also a couple other films like The Swarm about killer Bee’s. =P
Hahaha! Glad you thought so. =P
Bear rape is the leading cause of trauma in young men over 30.
And holy shit, that horse got his shit fucked up!
It is. It’s tragic. =( Also yeah, that horse got put the fuck DOWN. XD
This movie looks awesome!
It is! I enjoy the heck out of it. =)
Look up “Sankebetsu brown bear incident” Real life Grizzly (movie).
That was a fascinating read! Thanks for the heads up.
When the female ranger who took a naked dip in the river… at that point, are you sure it’s not “Barevision”? 😉
Hahaha, a lot of gorehounds have pointed out that missed opportunity before. I’ll never live it down. I’ve vowed to do my best to never miss a perfect pun opportunity again. =P
great job,horror guru.I think that you should have released this one on throwback thursday but todays fine.I also give major props for you only using one bear (the bear vision joke). without that joke,this video would have been un-BEAR-able to watch(ha,ha,i lv me some bad puns).Can’t wait for your next top 10 and that gingerbread video you promised me.
Thanks man! I hope the videos live up to your expectations. =)
This bear must’ve worked for the Corleone family
I’d watch the shit out of The Bearfather.
I could picture him chasing after a bear cub with an orange in his mouth
–the seventies weren’t very kind to horses
This review needs more Christopher Walken saying, “Bears?” Also, those guys from SNL, the Super Fans.
9:00 – Pedo Bear! Did he at least give them a pick-a-nick basket?
That music, all I can think about is Bill Bixby hitch-hiking.
Poor Christopher Walken, will never live down that brilliant bear quote. =P
…I know my previous comment summed up my thoughts, but….
Holy, shit. I want to see this movie.
No Guru, no. This is a werebear.
That’s negative stereotyping against the Gurahl community!
Touche, my friend. Touche. 😉
I nearly peed my pants laughing at 8:04. Best use of Godzilla soundbite ever.
Glad you dug it. XD
Heh, nice Reefer Madness the Musical reference (unless that sentence was uttered in the original movie and I forgot.) 🙂
Finally catching up on your videos HorrorGuru. The pimp song playing over the bear eating those female campers was funny. Now I am thinking that “Bear Pimp” should be a thing. XD lol
Bear Pimp ABSOLUTELY should be a thing. XD
I get why so few reviewers actually enjoy what they review, but you make a convincing case that it can be done well and still be funny as hell.
Uncle Smokey, the Martian bear, complete with passing flying saucers, still makes me laugh loudly. Great imagery. Great review as well.