slasher film


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slasher film

[ˈslæʃəfɪlm] slasher movie [ˈslæʃəˌmuːvɪ] Npelícula f de casquería (con muchos degüellos)
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com)-- The award-winning horror / slasher film Murder in the Woods, directed and produced by Mexican filmmaker Luis Iga starring Jose Julian (A Better Life) and featuring distinguished actor Danny Trejo (Machete) has played to packed houses in Los Angeles, New York and Portland thus far and now will have its Midwest Festival Premiere at the renowned 34th Annual Chicago Latino Film Festival (CLFF), home of Latina writer and producer Yelyna De Leon.
The movie, made by renowned director Michael Powell in 1960, was credited with being the first slasher film, featuring Karlheinz Bohm as a deranged serial killer filming women as he murders them.
But then Wes Craven, whose career had wound up in an equally dread-filled place, made Scream , a slasher film that had the courage to kill its biggest star in the opening scene - Drew Barrymore to be exact - while ridiculing the very genre it was trying to resurrect.
The slasher film spawned two sequels, 1998's "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer," which saw the return of original stars Hewitt and Prinze, and 2006's "I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer," which featured an all-new cast, including Brooke Nevin and Torrey Devitto.
The 1980 slasher film Friday the 13th established the superstition for modern times in the way that Hollywood likes best, with a knife wielding maniac and a high body count.
I appeared in the 2003 slasher film Freddy vs Jason.
This study plumbs the intellectual origins of the cult of death in Western culture that began in the late 1980s and can be seen in dark tourism, fashion, and violent imagery in horror, gothic, porn, and slasher film and literature.
The pop culture-skewering slasher film, starring Neve Campbell as perpetually beleaguered Sidney Prescott, inspired a rebooted TV series.
MANIAC Recently remade with Elijah Wood in the title role, this low-budget 1980 slasher film is still as shocking and grubby today as it ever was.
Classic slasher film starring Robert Englund as the stuff of nightmares.
Roth's 2002 debut feature wasn't that good, but at least it showed a fondness for the body of horrors of, say, The Fly director David Cronenberg or slasher film king Wes Craven, and came with a uniquely black sense of
Roth's 2002 debut feature wasn't that good, but at least it showed a fondness for the body horrors of, say, The Fly director David Cronenberg or slasher film king Wes Craven, and came with a uniquely black sense of humour.