As with any good story, to divulge some of the grisly, perplexing details and the ending would be grossly unfair.
Christine Pelisek talks to the man examining the grisly finds.
Besides the grisly chest scar the main character sports throughout the flick, there are plenty of violent deaths.
But I recognize that attack ads do their grisly work quite effectively in achieving certain less-than-noble goals.
It didn't take long for detectives to decide they were looking at the grisly work of a serial killer.
Only a dancer of Zamboula could have lived in that grisly square.
It was a grisly, hideous night, and all shapes were vague and distorted.
It was not much to do, except for a certain 17th Century verbiage and grisly humor.
Gibault pointed to the footprint of the grisly bear, as he spoke.
These are painted in language that makes the grisly creatures live before you.
Old English grislic "horrible, dreadful," from root of grisan "to shudder, fear" (cf. Old Frisian grislik "horrible," Middle Dutch grisen "to shudder," Dutch griezelen, German grausen "to shudder, fear," Old High German grisenlik "horrible"), of unknown origin; Watkins connects it with the PIE root *ghrei- "to rub," on notion of "to grate on the mind." Cf. also gruesome, to which it probably is connected in some way.