Slasher: Season 1 (2016)



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Air date: Mar 4, 2016
Air date: Mar 4, 2016
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Air date: Mar 25, 2016
Air date: Apr 1, 2016
Air date: Apr 8, 2016
Air date: Apr 15, 2016

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Sarah Bennett (Katie McGrath) is at the centre of a series of copycat killings, similar to her parents' murders, when she returns to the small town where she was born.


Katie McGrath
as Sarah Bennett
Brandon Jay McLaren
as Dylan Bennett
Steve Byers
as Cam Henry
Wendy Crewson
as Brenda Merritt
Dean McDermott
as Iain Vaughn
Christopher Jacot
as Robin Turner
Erin Karpluk
as Heather Peterson
Rob Stewart
as Alan Henry
Enuka Okuma
as Lisa-Ann Follows
Mark Ghanimé
as Justin Faysal
Jessica Sipos
as June Henry
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Critic Reviews for Slasher Season 1

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (2)

Slasher has everything; steamy sex scenes, horrifying murder sequences, and a final girl to root for. The series really reads as an homage to the 90s slasher films that preceded it, and is better for it.

Oct 16, 2018 | Full Review…

Whether or not it will flavor a solid story or merely overstuff it is yet to be seen. All I know is, they earned enough goodwill to come back for more.

Oct 30, 2017 | Full Review…

Chiller's first stab at original programming is satisfyingly brutal and bloody - even if its reliance on horror tropes executed better elsewhere keeps it from ever reaching truly terrifying heights.

Mar 3, 2016 | Rating: 5/10 | Full Review…

Some old-fashioned horror is coming. And yes, it's here, and bloody good. Very bloody, though. Sex is at the bottom of it, you will be pleased to know.

Apr 4, 2016 | Full Review…

Whether viewers will be intrigued enough to see this mystery to its end will depend on their willingness to wade through a lot of superficial soapiness.

Mar 2, 2016 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Slasher: Season 1


Predictable thriller pushing horrible political agenda. The acting was pathetic and gore unappealing.


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