History of Slasher Films
By Todd Vines
The first Slasher film
The first Slasher film was possibly ‘Thirteen
Women’ made in 1932, which shows the basis of
all Sla...
Later Slashers
Later Slashers such as Blood Feast (1963) and
Color me Blood red (1965) these films where
tiled ‘splatter f...
The Slasher film in its prime
This era of Slasher films was know to be the best
of all time, where famous films such as ‘F...
Slashers Today
Slashers today have become more realistic and
gut retching that some people are scared of the
thought of wa...
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History of slasher films

  1. 1. History of Slasher Films By Todd Vines
  2. 2. The first Slasher film The first Slasher film was possibly ‘Thirteen Women’ made in 1932, which shows the basis of all Slasher films, a collage sorority with one vengeful peer wanting to kill all the others in a horrific way.
  3. 3. Later Slashers Later Slashers such as Blood Feast (1963) and Color me Blood red (1965) these films where tiled ‘splatter films’ as there was so much gore there was nothing else to describe it as.
  4. 4. The Slasher film in its prime This era of Slasher films was know to be the best of all time, where famous films such as ‘Friday 13th’ and ‘Slumber Party Massacre’ these films are from around 1980’s and onward, some of these where either remakes of films or continuations such as ‘Texas Chainsaw massacre’.
  5. 5. Slashers Today Slashers today have become more realistic and gut retching that some people are scared of the thought of watching the film such as ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The beginning’ and others which thanks to new technology and misguidance of the human eye seem to be more gory and horrific than any that where made before.

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