'A Nightmare on Elm Street' (1984)

It’s one thing to listen to music; it’s another to learn how it’s made! We’ll take you through the production process of one of our favorite songs.

Black Christmas' (1974)

Black Christmas is a well-regarded slasher film even though it isn't among the most well-liked ones in the general public.

'Creep' (2014)

Depending on your preferences in slasher films, you can find yourself rooting for the antagonist. Creep goes one step further and adopts a more realistic tone with its subject matter.

'Final Destination 5' (2011)

There is a valid argument that a Final Destination movie qualifies as a slasher, despite some people arguing against it.

'Freddy vs. Jason' (2003)

At least one of them would survive the end of Freddy vs. Jason, a great frolic of a movie.

'Halloween' (1978)

Michael Myers was a formidable opponent even before he was transformed into an immortal worshipped by a cult (don't ask).

'Psycho' (1960)

Despite not being a "typical" slasher, Psycho is regarded as the first of its sort and has impacted all significant slasher films that have followed.

'Saw' (2004)

A mix of slasher and torture porn, the Saw movies are rather unique in the horror genre as they take the standard "masked killer" approach and give him a very specific modus operandi. 

'The Cabin in the Woods' (2011)

The Cabin in the Woods' commentary on horror films, and notably slasher films, is twisted and sarcastic.

'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre' (1974)

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is the archetypal slasher movie, yet it's amazing how distinct it is from the other films it influenced.