Top Ten Best Slasher FilmsJhrwwe
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Wow. This movie doesn't scare me AS much as when I try to go to sleep. I cannot go to sleep without thinking Michael Myers is about to stab me in my sleep. One time after watching it, I heard a noise down my hallway and couldn't fall asleep for an hour. And I figured it out, too. People who voted for another movie are purely and simply evil.
This movie was simply ground breaking! It was brilliantly made and masterfully creaked Michael Myers, as man who is evil with no reason to be. That may be the scariest thing of all... he kills because he likes it. Definitely deserves to be number 1!
This movie is truly scary, one of the best, and its not just killing, its got a point to it and I love that! I love the whole thing about Laurie being really Laura Michaels sister its just great - IzzyStyles1994
What a masterpieceV11 Comments
This great and inventive film inspired a new generation of horror fans to go back a few years and watch the slasher films that were the inspiration for this particular film. Wes craven was one of the few true masters of horror. Great film.
Scream is a great slasher movie because it rebooted the slasher genre and it was something new. Ghostface was a normal character who could die. The characters were likeable as well.
Wes craven really knows how to mix horror and satire. My 7th favorite movie of all time
It's the best by farV3 Comments
Dude Johnny Depp getting pulled down into the bed and blood spuing on the ceiling best death scene in slasher death scene history
The original nightmare and part 3 stand out as being the best of the series but all are worth a look. There will never be another Freddy related film to touch either. And even though it gets a rough review from most I thought Freddy Vs Jason was good. Very fun. Very creative... And who wasn't sitting around for years waiting to see it.
the original not this new bs. also freddy v. jason was the worst thing ever. - Mcbabe
This is the best slasher of all time. The remake is definitely not better than the original, just more gore and less suspense as well as bad acting.
The granddaddy of all horror cinema. It was the best when it came out and not one film has touched it since
2003 movie is my favorite horror movie of all timeV2 Comments
The only successful mainstream blend of two horror franchises, this film pits Freddy against Jason, and the result is an awesomely entertaining hour-and-a-half of slasher gore. - JR302
The film puts two of the best slashers ever made together in a showdown, its a bit silly I agree but at the same time entertaining and exhilarating. - Jhrwwe
This was hands down, the best slasher. The story lines, of both Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday 13th was excellent
Tons of fun! It's like Ali Vs Frazier in the horror world. Wasn't perfect and I'm not huge on cgi but I liked itV1 Comment
Better than Halloween: better music, more mysterious killer and than more iconic since 3d chapter, more gore (Savini! ) Don't listen those that say carpenter invented Slasher with Halloween, it was already done with Black Christmas and some giallos as well.
I like Halloween but I love Friday
Oh yes, by the way, TCM is absolutely not a slasher! And if Scream gave Slasher movies a second born, you can't put it at the same level as 70-80s classics. And to finish, Jason rules!
I feel uncomfortable even clicking vote, with Chucky staring at me...V1 Comment
he was just to bad ass... wasted no time to kill aperson
Worst of all Friday films but still worth a watch.
It ultimately has an amazing story with a mind plot twist
I love I know what you did last summer a underrated slasher and sarah michelle gellar should have survived
unlike most of the other slasher films, hannibal is realistic and is no doubt the lord of all slasher characters!
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