Slasher movies were the de-riguer form of horror film in the 1980s. Prompted by the success of John Carpenters "Halloween" and Sean Cunninghams "Friday
The Slumber Party Massacre is a cult classic entry into the 1980s slasher movie genre. Unusually for a slasher movie though, The Slumber Party Massacre
April Fool's Day was released at the tail end of the "golden age" of slasher films. In 1986, Frank Mancuso Jr. was looking to break away from being the
Student Bodies was a first in the slasher cycle of the early 1980s. It was the first to intentionally try to be funny. But is it? Or does it fall flat
The House On Sorority Row is another entry into the 1980s slasher film boom. Like many of it's peers, this film strives to recreate the magic of Halloween,
Sleepaway Camp 3 arrived 1 year after Sleepaway Camp 2 hit video store shelves. Was this enough time to craft a worthy sequel? Or was this yet another
Slasher Movies: A Primer.
Slasher Movies: A Primer.
Slasher movies were the de-riguer form of horror film in the 1980s. Prompted by the success of John Carpenters “Halloween” and Sean Cunninghams “Friday The 13th”, they were a cheap way for an enterprising...
April Fool’s Day Film Review
April Fool’s Day Film Review
April Fool’s Day was released at the tail end of the “golden age” of slasher films. In 1986, Frank Mancuso Jr. was looking to break away from being the “Friday The 13th” guy, and...
Scream Queen Icon: Felissa Rose
Scream Queen Icon: Felissa Rose
Felissa Rose made her horror debut way back in 1983s Sleepaway Camp. After this, she took a sabbatical, returning to the genre around 2003. Since then, Felissa has gone on to feature in dozens...
Sleepaway Camp (US Reg A Blu Ray)
Sleepaway Camp (US Reg A Blu Ray)
Sleepaway Camp is quite possibly the most notorious of the slasher films to cash in on the success of Friday The 13th & Halloween. Cribbing the summer camp setting from Sean Cunninghams surprise hit,...

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