Tag Archives: slasher
Happy Thanksgiving, Americans! We’re happy to treat to you this long-lost slasher film with all the trimmings: cheesy 80’s music, hilarious over-the-top gore effects, laughable acting, and ridiculous writing. Whip it out to wake up your relatives during the post-turkey food coma phase of your celebration. Just remember, everyone: That isn’t cranberry sauce!
Despite being billed as “the first gay slasher film,” not many people have heard of this 2004 micro-budget indie movie. It did not receive a wide release, but it’s now available for streaming online, 14 years later, and we both concluded that it is definitely worth a watch. Listen here for our analysis
We’re both happy to discuss this Mario Bava giallo flick, which turned out to be the granddaddy of the slasher genre that came to prominence a decade later in the 80’s. Yes, the plot is convoluted. But at least there IS a plot. Listen as we attempt to unravel it.
A cast of surprising stars leads this slasher into territory that is perhaps a little more heartfelt and genuine than your typical summer camp slasher pic from the 80s.
Whoa boy, did we enjoy deconstructing this terribly forgettable flick that, nevertheless, stars primo scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis – and a very brief appearance by Leslie Nielsen.