SLASHER MONTH is dead

Every year, October becomes the month that I try and watch as many slashers as I can. This year, my goal was to watch a hundred. And guess what? I hit my goals. Here are the ones that I watched this year, along with links so you can read about them.

  1. To All A Goodnight
  2. Berserker
  3. The Red Right Hand
  4. Girls Nite Out
  5. Don’t Go In the House!
  6. Random Acts of Violence
  7. The Redeemer
  8. The Last Slumber Party
  9. He Knows You’re Alone
  10. The Forest
  11. Snuff Kill
  12. I, Madman
  13. Jack-O
  14. To Your Last Death
  15. Beyond the Darkness
  16. Dead Girl
  17. Mongrel
  18. Hellmaster
  19. Another Son of Sam
  20. Terror On Tape
  21. Last House on Dead End Street
  22. 976-EVIL II
  23. The Video Dead
  24. Hospital Massacre
  25. Possession
  26. Hatchet
  27. Hatchet II
  28. Hatchet III
  29. Victor Crowley
  30. National Lampoon’s Class Reunion
  31. Blood Lake
  32. Color Me Blood Red
  33. Terror In the Aisles
  34. Bells
  35. Axe
  36. Corpse Mania
  37. Scary Movie
  38. Amsterdamned
  39. The Majorettes
  40. Dreamaniac
  41. Camp Blood 8
  42. Meatcleaver Massacre
  43. Evil Judgment
  44. Puppet Master
  45. Puppet Master 2
  46. Video Violence
  47. Evil Ed
  48. The Ghost Dance
  49. Invasion of the Blood Farmers
  50. Deadly Camp
  51. Girls Just Want to Have Blood
  52. Getaway
  53. Evil Clutch
  54. Tokyo Stay Home Massacre
  55. Silent Madness
  56. Just Before Dawn
  57. Three On a Meathook
  58. House on the Edge of the Park
  59. Too Scared to Scream
  60. Retro Puppet Master
  61. Blood Song
  62. Tag the Assassination Game
  63. Waxwork
  64. Waxwork 2
  65. Fatal Images
  66. City In Panic
  67. Cut and Run
  68. 10 to Midnight
  69. Witchtrap
  70. Scream Park
  71. Deadbeat At Dawn
  72. Witchouse
  73. Whiskey Mountain
  74. Houseboat Horror
  75. The Witch Who Came from the Sea
  76. The Last House on the Beach
  77. Freeway Maniac
  78. Witchboard 
  79. Witchboard 2: Devil’s Doorway
  80. Witchboard III: The Possession
  81. The Toolbox Murders
  82. Zipperface
  83. Scalps
  84. The Undertaker
  85. Camp Twilight
  86. Necromancer
  87. Devil Girl
  88. Demonwarp
  89. Splatter Architects of Fear
  90. Housesitter: The Night They Saved Siegfried’s Brain
  91. Nail Gun Massacre
  92. Evil Dead Trap
  93. Evil Dead Trap 2
  94. Naked Fear
  95. The Dentist
  96. The Dentist 2: Brace Yourself
  97. Prom Night III: The Last Kiss
  98. No Such Thing as Monsters
  99. The Haunted House of Horror
  100. Destroyer
  101. Bloody Beach
  102. Spellcaster
  103. Redwood Massacre: Annihilation
  104. The Hitcher
  105. Hard Rock Nightmare
  106. Home Sweet Home
  107. Never Hike in the Snow
  108. Watch Me Die
  109. Gorgasm
  110. Shriek of the Mutilated
  111. Slaughterhouse
  112. Rest In Pieces
  113. The Wind
  114. Unhinged
  115. Olivia
  116. Happy Halloween
  117. Halloween Revenge of the Sandman
  118. House of Wax
  119. Hack O’Lantern

We also shared a few articles along the way, like how the first Halloween aired as a commercial for Halloween 2 and Robert Freese’s article on the history of slashers!

You can always track the entire list of our slasher watching with our Letterboxd list.

Want to see these for yourself? Plenty of them came from Vinegar Syndrome, which has been releasing some of the best lost VHS era slashers on blu ray. There are others that came out from Arrow Video, as well. Within each article, you’ll always find a place to watch the movie in streaming form or where you can order a copy.

Thanks for reading! Now, I have to prepare to beat this record for next year.

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