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An anthology series featuring rampaging serial killers leaving carnage in their wake as their next victims fight to stay alive.


Aaron Martin
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Series cast summary:
Dean McDermott ...  Dan Olenski / ... 15 episodes, 2016-2019
Joanne Vannicola ...  Amber Ciotti / ... 15 episodes, 2016-2019
Paula Brancati ...  Dawn / ... 14 episodes, 2016-2019
Christopher Jacot ...  Robin Turner / ... 13 episodes, 2016-2017
Jim Watson ...  Noah / ... 13 episodes, 2016-2019
Paulino Nunes ...  Mark / ... 10 episodes, 2017-2019
Erin Karpluk ...  Heather Peterson / ... 10 episodes, 2016-2019
Katie McGrath ...  Sarah Bennett 8 episodes, 2016
Leslie Hope ...  Judith 8 episodes, 2017
Baraka Rahmani ...  Saadia Jalalzai 8 episodes, 2019
Brandon Jay McLaren ...  Dylan Bennett 8 episodes, 2016
Lovell Adams-Gray ...  Peter 8 episodes, 2017
Lisa Berry ...  Detective Roberta Hanson 8 episodes, 2019
Steve Byers ...  Sgt. Cam Henry 8 episodes, 2016
Mercedes Morris ...  Jen Rijkers 8 episodes, 2019
Sebastian Pigott ...  Wren 8 episodes, 2017
Madison Cheeatow ...  Keira 8 episodes, 2017
Jefferson Brown ...  Trent McBride / ... 8 episodes, 2016-2019
Salvatore Antonio ...  Angel Lopez 7 episodes, 2019
Patrick Garrow ...  Tom Winston 7 episodes, 2016
Gabriel Darku Gabriel Darku ...  Connor Rijkers 7 episodes, 2019
Kaitlyn Leeb ...  Susan 7 episodes, 2017
Ishan Davé ...  Detective Pujit Singh 7 episodes, 2019
Robert Cormier ...  Kit Jennings 7 episodes, 2019


Slasher is a Canadian-American television drama-anthology series starring Katie McGrath. Slasher is the first own-produced series by U.S. TV channel Chiller and centers around a young woman, Sarah, who is confronted with a series of horrifying copycat murders, that are based on the widely-known killings of her parents years ago. Written by lior peer

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Parts of Slasher were filmed in Sudbury, Ontario See more »


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Old School Slash
5 May 2019 | by PCT1970See all my reviews

I revisited this series in anticipation for the upcoming third season titled "Solstice". Martin has created a superior thriller/slasher anthology series. He was inspired in two ways which is evident. The first was inspiration from "AHS" with the use of individual storylines and the use of as many actors as possible from previous seasons. The second was he wanted to create a series using three components of which are; a contemporary murder mystery, the old school Agatha Christie style of solving the mystery and killers from classic slasher films such as, "Halloween". The results are bone chilling. This series has excellent direction, cinematography, special effects, writing, settings, costume, score and acting. All of the actors involved deliver superlative portrayals of horrified, unassuming, mysterious, duplicitous characters and so on. Season one titled "The Executioner" revolves around the return of Sarah Bennett who moves back to her hometown after the murder of her parents 30 years earlier by a man Tom Winston who was dressed as an executioner and is holding the newborn Sarah in a rocking chair when police arrive in episode one. He is now in prison. Upon her return the murder spree begins with a copycat killer dressed as The Executioner. Sarah seeks counsel from Tom and he suggests two things. The murder victims have committed one of the seven deadly sins and not everyone in town are as they seem on the outside. Everyone in town has committed a sin in one way or another which widens the list of suspects. This is what creates a masterful who-dun-it style to the season and makes sense that the murders match the appropriate punishment for the sin committed. Sarah then uses this knowledge in her pursuit of revealing who the killer is. My favorite episode is 5 when Alison interviews The Executioner and he explains his reasoning for the murders. It is an edge of your seat scene and it took some serious b*lls on Alison's part to interview the killer. Season two titled "Guilty Party" revolves around a group of camp counselors; Peter, Dawn, Noah, Andi and Susan who committed a heinous act 5 years earlier at a former summer camp by terryfying one of their members Talvinder in a ritualistic form of retribution which results in murder. She was murdered for being a manipulative individual who slept around. Her body is then buried at the campsite. The counselors learn of a future real estate deal involving a resort being built on the former campsite which forces the group to return and retrieve the body in order to move it or jeopardize their hidden secret. They return in the middle of the winter only to learn they can not locate the body and also encounter another group of individuals who have established a commune. Soon enough one by one the counselors are being picked off by a killer wearing a parka with a hood making it impossible to view the killer's face. Eventually we learn why the killer is hell bent on vengeance which was over a suicide by a young man who was framed for Talvinder's murder. He left a note asking for justice or rather punishment for the responsible parties.The killer is revealed in a stunning manner which is almost reminiscent of the relationship between Jason Vorhees and his mother in, "Friday The 13th". My favorite episode in season two is episode 8 when the true killer is revealed. In season two one counselor survives, but I have a feeling punishment is ultimately delivered. The plots are clever, intelligent, mysterious, gritty, graphic, violent, bloody, spine-tingling, jolting, chilling and can cause sleepless nights. Netflix acquired the rights to "Slasher" after the first season and the series has maintained it's integrity. This is most likely due to having Martin on board. This series does an outstanding job creating a contemporary slasher/thriller series which embodies the classic slasher/thriller film tones, themes and human killers. This is a superb slasher/ thriller anthology and is at the top in it's genre.

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4 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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Slasher 2: Guilty Party See more »

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