The Beyond (1981) – Blood Splattered Cinema (Horror Movie Review)

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This week the Horror Guru takes on the second installment of Lucio Fulci’s Gates of Hell Trilogy: The Beyond, a.k.a Seven Doors of Death. But as the film rolls on, the real question becomes not whether The Beyond will survive the review but whether The Guru will survive The Beyond. Stay tuned, my fellow gore hounds. This one might get interesting.

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Mr. Graves says:

what kind of brand is that flannel you were wearing


Forced and unfunny

Its Fayde says:

please do house by the cemetery

Paul Johns says:

Dude, you’re funny af. Love the review.

Fearsonia says:

Horror guru and chill 4lyfe

THE 1 HIT W0NDER says:

The Josh Gad of Youtube.

Phantasm Dusk says:

No, what really scared the girl is that the staff are too lazy to shoot some WD40 on that damn wheel!

interlace says:

Enjoyed the review, but the one too many, bit too forced jokes not so much 🙂 Still subbed!

Dave Toropov says:

“The Beyond” is one of my top 5 favorite horror films ever

Sean Bateman says:

Let the gore flow for the Guru!

GenoX1987 says:

Some helpful advice…stop trying to be funny and just talk about it normally, you Channel Awesome reject.

Warren Moore says:

The Beyond was SO BORING! And what the hell….as if a huge vat of acid would just be sitting there without being sealed in a mere glass container in the middle of the hospital. Ooops, we left a huge vat of acid lying around.

Chaos Bearded Gaming and more says:

Where’s your last Lucio Flutri video House by the Cemetery also Sherk. Hey now your a Rock get the show on get beat.

Kevin Michaud says:

are you ever going to complete the trilogy?

Dasvoid93 says:

Awesome work can’t wait for the eventual review of House by the Cemetery. Jackula actually made me aware of it which also ended up sending me here.

Michael Filosa says:

Great review! I’m a new subscriber and huge horror fan myself. This is definitely one of my favorites for atmosphere. The highlight of it has always been the score for me. One of the best horror scores.

Fearsonia says:

You ungodly horror critic because of you my nightmares will continue for ever

FCKundo says:

there are some brilliant shots in this movie.
It freaked me out as a kid. one of my favourites

Toto San says:

“Cheesevana”, thank you so much for this 😀

Horrorfreak106 says:

House by the Cemetery review coming up? I sure hope so!

Fearsonia says:

Take away the spiders and you basically have my basement on Halloween

cuddlykittehs says:

 Well, maybe you would fix that spider problem by sending down exterminators rather then plumbers.
The plumbers are only making it worse,you know.
-Feeding the spiders
-attracting unnecessary attention
-attracting more food

Thomas Neufeld says:

Just finished watching this movie and have to say it was pretty bad. Bad acting, bad script and narrative structure, pacing issues and you have a recipe for a forgettable slog of a horror flick

Jason Jones says:

Hey Guru! Did you catch The Cinema Snob’s review of the same movie yesterday? Here’s the link if you haven’t.

Gladio Ammazzare says:

Romero invented the zombie as we know it today; the apocalyptic-flesh-eating zombie. Nobody did that before NotLD. Previous zombie stories/movies were about voodoo or revenge from beyond the grave.

Bitwizard says:

23:56 PLEASE Review House by the cemetery. Finish the trilogy!

TheBurning1981 says:

This has to be one of the funniest reviews for any movie ever! Awesome review!

Julien Paturel says:

This film made my childhood, with Cannibal holocaust (thanks french laxist education 8 ) )

CAGoodiegoodie says:

when are going to review the house by the cemetery?and I love your reviews

zekroh6986 says:

13:48 What is even happening in this part of the movie? Did they accidenlty run the same things over and over?

Théo Miossec says:

Sorry, man. The Cinema Snob did “House by the Cemetery” so you never be missed, and you quiet of useless. (don’t worry, just kidding)

(sorry for the errors, I’m French)

Maddafi says:

Weird why Italian movies would have no sound for so long. Is it because most film cameras don’t record audio and only capture video and they couldn’t get anything to record the sound with?

komori88 says:

hmm… why does that book’s title seem so familiar ?  * googles it. * k,  the Book of Eibon is from Lovecraft’s work just like the Necronomicon   I thought it sounded familiar …  its interesting  how many films Lovecraft has influenced.

Sylar says:

One of my favorite movies of all time!

Could you also do some Dario Argento film reviews?

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