The Best Blood, Guts & Gore Horror Movies This Halloween
Celebrate spooky season with a scary movie marathon with your favorite Blood, Guts & Bones plushie.
Dracula Loves Blood and Blood Loves Dracula!
If Bram Stoker’s ageless antagonist is a villain, then we all are, cause who doesn’t need blood to survive?
Our bloodlust is strong, but Dracula’s is stronger. Another thing our guts have in common with the Count: They’re both #1 fans of our Blood Gifts Collection.
Express your love for the most bloody epic vital fluid with a You Had Me At Type O Tee, or a Blood Friends Anatomy Poster like the one Dracula has pinned up in his coffin.
Disemboweled and Loving It
Our Colon loves celebrating Halloween with a gory goody like Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Bowels are rarely the star of the show, but they sure are in this slasher movie!
Only one person loves the Intestine Plush more than the intestine loves itself, and that’s Leatherface. He saws innocent victims and their innards spill out.
Most of the gastrointestinal gang gets its time in the spotlight throughout the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise. It’s a gut-lovers dream!
Uterus is the Devil. Yep, We Said It.
The Uterus is one powerful organ. It’s also responsible for your menstrual cycle, and can occasionally bear Satan’s child like in the cult class Rosemary's Baby.
Motherhood is a complicated, twisted, and sometimes dark journey, especially if your baby is the Devil’s spawn. This film gets two fallopian tubes up from our sadistic Stuffed Uterus.
Creature from My Lungs: Just Wait ‘Til You See What I Cough Up Next
If only our Lung Plushie could breathe underwater like the Gill-man from Creature From The Black Lagoon.
The lungs might be the centerpiece of the human respiratory system, but the amphibious humanoid in this movie has both a dormant set of lungs and gills.
Sure, the creature kills a few people and kidnaps women, but our Lung Plush loves to watch this spooky 50s film if only to see some respiratory representation on the Silver Screen.
Can’t Tear My Eyeballs Away From The Screen
Our eyeballs are bulging at the disturbing dystopian nightmare, A Clockwork Orange.
The character Alex has his eyeballs forced open while injected with different drugs and made to watch movies as part of a twisted form of aversion therapy.
We’ll watch any scene starring our squishy Ocular Organ!
Spine-Tingling vs. Spine-Ripping – What's Your Horror Pick?
We’re binging spine-tingling movies back-to-back this week.
Aliens is our rec if you want a mere shiver down your spine, but if you’re hardcore, check out the spine-ripping scene in Predator where the monster rips out some dude’s spinal column.
If you feel like you literally have no backbone left after that—or if you actually have back problems like scoliosis, spinal stenosis, or degenerative disc disease—cling to this soft and flexy spine plush and thank your vertebrae for holding you upright!
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