blood-and-guts


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marked by great zeal or violence

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It was a blood-and-guts game and it's always disappointing to lose a lead.
Saturating the network with blood-and-guts reality specials has undercut what we've done.
In the context of recent British art, Chadwick supplies a missing link between dryly intellectual yet body-conscious work like Mary Kelly's Post-Partum Document, 1973-79, and that of blood-and-guts sensationalists such as Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, and Marc Quinn--if anybody wants one.
Soldier'' is passable entertainment for the blood-and-guts crowd, but with a little effort, it could have been a pretty good movie.
Ground Chuck, Lengua (Tongue), and Sausage (all from the "Meat" series, 2002) are tough pictures of butchered flesh but without the blood-and-guts drama of Francis Bacon.