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There are many films that this documentary missed, however in the end, surprisingly, it all seems to work.
If you are a long time horror fan like myself, or if your new to this stuff and want to learn more the slasher films look no further.
So while many of the clips presented are from well known classics, an equal amount of time is spent on films with lesser profiles.
This movie is a great slasher documentary. It shows some great clips of all the great slasher movies from our time.Published 15 months ago by Paula L. Fernandez
This documentary was very interesting and explained in a fun way how horror movies came to be what they are today.Published 16 months ago by stacey rybak
Going to Pieces (2006) is an enjoyable feature about the history of slasher films. As with many adaptations, the book offers more analysis and insight especially regarding the... Read morePublished on October 25, 2012 by MacheteJason
Being a child of the "slasher" era of horror filmmaking, I was eager to check out this nifty documentary. Read morePublished on September 4, 2012 by K. Harris
This is a great documentary on the Slasher Genre.
It has great interviews with everyone relevant to the Horror Genre. Read more
Documentary starts great and covers alot of ground,covers movies I care about and others I don't. then it kills it by saying :"80's era of Reagan Greed"?! WTF?! Read morePublished on August 9, 2010 by Jose Lopez
GOING TO PIECES is a documentary based on Adam Rockoff's text of the same title. While it would be extremely difficult to cover all of the many titles included in the original... Read morePublished on March 8, 2010 by Carl Manes
Here is an inside look at the history of the much malgined genre with such directors and stars like Rob Zombie, John Carpenter, Wes Craven, Tom Savini, Sean S. Read morePublished on September 8, 2009 by John Lindsey
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The House on Sorority Row(1983). Worth checking out if you're into 80's slasher movies.
Apr 10, 2011 by Gary Young | See all 2 posts