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Disgusting, repellent, or shocking.‘the movie features several gross-out scenes’
- ‘In short, it might be unfair to stick a simple gross-out label on the movie.’
- ‘From harebrained bar tricks to oddball skills to risqué business to lewd gross-outs, your idea can be integrated into this colossal show, a wall-to-wall theatre of the wacky and the bizarre.’
- ‘This isn't just a gross-out session by the band - what their point is isn't entirely clear, but it's not a joke.’
- ‘They didn't rely on stale shock scares or over the top gross-outs.’
- ‘Unfortunately, it also has a gross-out element.’
- ‘It is the third film in the gross-out comedy series, and, contrary to initial scepticism, is a worthy way to finish the trilogy.’
- ‘I would have been able to ignore the gross-out element, though, if the story had been strong.’
- ‘Everywhere the meat is bloodless and pale, reducing the gross-out factor and allowing the viewer to focus on the craft.’
- ‘To direct, they brought in the special effects and make-up wizard who created the gleefully ghoulish gross-outs seen in the first film.’
- ‘It shies away from the industry/sales-driven trash and the shlock-horror gross-out jocks on the commercial FM stations.’
- ‘It's an excruciating mess, unable to make up its mind if it's a dating-game comedy, wacky road movie or a teen-market gross-out fest.’
- ‘A good gross-out film will, in fact, be a cohesive movie with a handful of outrageous scene-stealers.’
- ‘In these days of media gross-outs, it's incredibly hard to provoke a visceral reaction in anyone anymore.’
- ‘This comedy, however, isn't anything like the gross-out humor flicks that have been coming out lately.’
- ‘Looks like we've got ourselves a teen gross-out movie.’
- ‘This could be the setup for a gross-out comedy or a horror film.’
- ‘He was after a more primal ritual: the mass gross-out.’
- ‘They sound like honest, competent adults, still amazed that a gross-out comic they created in college is now an international phenomenon.’
- ‘It's more of a fun horror film than a gross-out film.’
- ‘What is fascinating about these films (in particular the last two) is the boundary-pushing gross-out humour that he toys with.’
A person or thing that arouses disgust or shock.‘there's the moment in the film where the head floats by, which is a gross-out’‘he sure sounds like a total gross-out’
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