Blood and guts arent what they used to be. Back in the 1980s, all you had to do to was create a video cover that a showed a screaming female, a monster and a disembodied head, and you could turn a reasonable profit on an otherwise unremarkable film. Skip forward 3 decades and not only are the video stores history, but the producers of low-budget horror movies need to be able to sell their titles through the large chains, meaning the films have to be fairly mainstream in content. You know what that means: no torn off limbs, no cannibalism and almost certainly no power tools entering a mans head above the tagline, The blood flows in rivers, and the drill keeps tearing through flesh and bone. As the title of a Rob Zombie song informs us, Everything Is Boring Now. Those of us who look back on movies like The Driller Killer with a certain affection wonder if cinema is entering a new dark age, where every film has to be neutered in order to broaden its appeal. No boobs, no explicit violence and, most criminal of all, no ketchup. If you grew up watching cannibal movies on VHS, this has all the appeal of going to see The Care Bears Movie with your little sister, so here are 15 reminders that everyone needs a little red meat in their diet.