gory

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Synonyms for gory

Synonyms for gory

of or covered with blood

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attended by or causing bloodshed

Synonyms for gory

covered with blood

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accompanied by bloodshed

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However, it's not gorily presented and there's nothing so obvious that it would scare the children.
However, the event most obviously traumatic for David is his mother's gorily depicted death.
It may not quite live up to the hype that was generated by its stunning teaser trailer, but Dead Island still manages to be gorily good fun.
No jolly musical romp, this is an 18-certificate horror-musical in which throats are gorily cut, thick red blood flows readily and bodies are hacked up, cooked and served as "delicious" pies.
Elsewhere a giant bullfrog creates a channel to rescue its tadpoles, threatened by evaporation in the hot African sun, a lioness pulls down a kudu and two sea lion bulls fight gorily to the death in blood-spattered snow.
To young Hirst fans eager to lap up a brand-new Britpop soundtrack of unreleased material by Pulp and Blur, and to see cult-comic Eddie Izzard as a psychiatrist in a direct tribute to Hitchcock's Spellbound, it was scant comfort that they were permitted to scrutinize the living genitals on the five actors who were part of Greenaway's room full of sound effects and fury; or that they could view ad infinitum the snapping alien ("18" certificate on film and video) springing gorily from John Hurt's stomach, part of Scott's four-monitor mishmash of movie clips and production notes.
Barnabas's rebirth, for example, results in 11 necks being gorily chewed, but later he's comically dismantling a TV set showing Karen Carpenter while crying, "Reveal yourself, tiny songstress".
Essentially a Korean answer to Saving Private Ryan with its present day bookends and gorily visceral battle scenes of chopped up body parts, Brotherhood (15, 148 mins) follows two South Korean brothers forcibly conscripted in the war against the North.
In The Revenge, Roy Scheider wisely having exited gorily in No 2, his widow Ellen, played by Lorraine Grey, gets away from it all - by going to live in the shark-infested Caribbean.
This urban slant on America's bloody history has rarely been seen before, but it's tackled here with gorily intense relish by director Martin Scorsese in this powerful period drama based on true stories of the time.