Slasher Corner

Black Christmas | 1974 | Dir. Bob Clark

Barb and Jess are lonely sorority sisterswho are having a Christmas party in their sorority house during the Christmas break. Peter is a mad-killer who terrorizes the women by making threatening telephone calls. As the body count mounts, the women realize that the killer may be in the house – READ THE FULL REVIEW

The Burning | 1981 | Dir. Tony Mayhem

A summer-camp caretaker named Cropsy is horribly burned by mischievous teen campers during a botched practical joke. Years later, he leaves the hospital as a disfigured gloppy mess with an axe to grind. After dispatching a local prostitute, Cropsy heads out to the wilderness to terrorize a group of campers – READ THE FULL REVIEW

The Collector | 2009 | Dir. Marcus Dunstan

After a stint in prison, Arkin finds employment as a handyman. But Arkin decides to rob his boss in order to repay his ex-wife. Venturing to his employer’s remote country house to make the heist, he soon finds himself, as well as the boss’ family, at the mercy of “The Collector”. This masked menace turns the house into a maze of fiendish traps. Only Arkin’s wits offer any hope of escape from gruesome death – READ THE FULL REVIEW

Hatchet | 2006 | Dir. Adam Green

A group of tourists on a haunted swamp tour find one of the horrific local legends to be true. They try to escape alive–and with all of their pieces – READ THE FULL REVIEW

Hatchet 2 | 2010 | Dir. Adam Green

Hatchet 2 picks up at the exact moment where Hatchet ends, wherein the quiet but hot-tempered Marybeth is in a small boat in the Louisiana swamps, screaming for her life as she tries to free herself from the clutches of the deformed, swamp-dwelling killer Victor Crowley – READ THE FULL REVIEW

Hatchet 3 | 2013 | Dir. B.J McDonnell

As a search and recovery team heads into the haunted swamp to pick up the pieces and carnage left behind from the first two films, Marybeth hunts down the true secret to ending the voodoo curse that has left the ghost of Victor Crowley haunting and terrorizing Honey Island Swamp for decades – READ THE FULL REVIEW

Madman | 1982 | Dir. Joe Giannone

An axe-wielding maniac named ‘Madman Marz’ comes back to life and terrorizes a summer camp – READ THE FULL REVIEW

Silent Night, Deadly Night | 1984 | Dir. Charles E. Sellier Jr

The story of Billy Chapman, orphaned at five after witnessing the murder of his parents at the hands of a Santa suit-clad madman on Christmas Eve. Now eighteen and out of the brutal grip of orphanage nuns, Billy is forced to confront his greatest fear, sending him on a rampage, leaving a crimson trail in the snow behind him – READ THE FULL REVIEW

Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 | 1987 | Dir. Lee Harry

The younger brother of the murderer in the previous film takes up his sibling’s unfinished business. Dressed up as Santa Claus, the young man goes on a killing spree, murdering the innocent townsfolk in a variety of gory and gruesome ways – READ THE FULL REVIEW

Toolbox Murders | 2004 | Dir. Tobe Hooper

Steve and Nell haven’t been living at the Lusman especially long when she notices that a growing number of young women living in the building have been meeting a violent death, and with some help from good-hearted part-time actor “Jazz” Rooker, she begins looking into the murders and makes some disturbing discoveries about both the building management and her fellow tenants – READ THE FULL REVIEW