1981. Quite possibly the peak year for slasher films. Halloween II, Friday the 13th Part 2, The Funhouse, Deadly Blessing, My Bloody Valentine, Night School,
I first became aware of The Blair Witch project while watching a TV news report of a screening at a festival (it may have been Cannes). The report
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The late 1970s and early 1980s saw a flurry of low budget, high gore horror films, often referred to as "Slasher Films", hit the cinema ad VHS screens
1985 was a fertile year for horror films. Day of the Dead, Return of The Living Dead, Friday The 13th Part V, A Nightmare On Elm St Part 2, Lifeforce,
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