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Slasher Villainy 101: An Introduction

Man: Name the killer in Halloween.
Casey: No…
Man: Come on. It’s your favorite scary movie, remember?
He had a white mask, he stalked the baby-sitters.

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The Vault: Scream 4 (2011)

Scream 4 (2011) would have been a better film if it had been Scream 3 (2000). Okay so that’s not the only problem with the belated entry into the… 996 more words

Slasher Films

Valentine (2001)

We’re just two days out from everyone’s least favourite fake holiday – Valentine’s Day. During the golden era of the slasher film in the 1980s, most holidays on the calendar received the horror treatment, even April Fool’s Day. 820 more words

Film Reviews

Scream Queens: Janet Leigh & Jamie Lee Curtis

By Riley Sager

Some things are meant to be, no matter how improbable they might seem at the time.

Take, for instance, Alfred Hitchcock risking his reputation as Hollywood’s preeminent director of Technicolor thrillers to make a black and white horror flick called Psycho. 394 more words

Terror Films unleashes Red Eye

Terror Films has acquired the worldwide rights to Tristan Clay’s demented indie horror flick RED EYE.

The first phase of the release is set to land on digital platforms, Friday, February 9th. 327 more words

John Carpenter talks return to Halloween

With filming now underway and Jamie Lee Curtis and Nick Castle both sharing images from the set, to whet fans appetites, the legendary John Carpenter has spoken about his return to the franchise for the first time since Halloween III: Season of the Witch. 256 more words

The Chopping Block - Underrated Slasher Films

It was the 1980s – hair metal and syth-pop ruled music charts, Cabbage Patch Kid dolls were all the rage, and for a brief, fleeting moment, the slasher film dominated the horror genre. 1,433 more words