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  • Tom Landrith

    My favorite slasher movie is Friday the 13th. All of them. I watched them over and over again as a kid.

  • Kane

    toss up between Profondo Rosso (Deep Red) or Halloween….

  • Phil Truman

    It’s actually a tie between Halloween and Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers.

  • Dustin

    Tourist Trap from 1979, it’s just so damn scary.

  • Mick

    It absolutely has to be, Silent Night Deadly Night. What could be more terrifying than a killer Santa? I was 6 when it came out, I’m sure it was part of my parents plan to eliminate standing in long lines at the mall to tell Santa what I wanted for Christmas……..Well played mom and dad, it worked!!!!!!

  • Nick

    Halloween by far it’s what made me a horror fan as a kid

  • David

    Turning 13 on Friday the 13th with a full moon on leap year kinda made me a HUGE Friday the 13th fan. The first with Kevin Bacon is the best!

  • Jason

    The Burning. It’s scary and brutal!

  • Pat

    A Nightmare On Elm Street and Halloween!

  • Tasha Holmes-French

    I have to go with Freddy in A Nightmare On Elm Street!

  • Dan Fowlie

    Have to go with “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” an all time classic.

  • Andy Forshey

    Crystal Lakes-Jason Voorhies- Longest series of movies and Friday 13th
    series ever so far!!! Jason killed more and comes back from dead from
    anywhere possible!!! Earth or space!! Tell me different!?

  • David Keel

    1974’s Black Christmas

  • Jeff Sample

    Motel hell a unique slasher.

  • Courtney Haas

    Friday the 13th is my favorite 🙂

  • Bella Serpico

    Favorite slasher movie? Halloween. The very first Horror movie I fell in love with. It’ll always have a special place in my heart, even though Jason is my favorite slasher killer.

  • Nicole Opiola

    Friday the 13th – Jason for sure.

  • Carcinoma Carcinoma

    A Nightmare On Elm Street,how can you not help but love the Springwood Slasher aka Freddy

  • Michael Bartel

    I do have a soft spot for Jason, though Michael Myers sure comes a close second!

  • Stephen Gilliam

    Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho

  • J.l. Haggard

    I think I would have to say Friday the 13th. Jason is my favorite but Michael is a close second.

  • Clark R. Kirst

    Halloween 1978! Nothing….remakes include….can scare you or creep you out more then Michael Myers on Halloween!

  • Carlos Keith

    Psycho & Halloween

  • Justin

    I think I’m gonna go with The Burning!

  • sterlin

    The new York ripper! Quack Quack!

  • William Anderson

    Jason is my favorite Slasher but as for Slasher film I’d have to go with A Nightmare on Elm Street, It’s the most Original of the Slashers, Features one of the first “Final Girls” to actually face the killer head on instead of running and hiding and what’s more terrifying than a Killer that doesn’t have to chase you because you come to him when you sleep? you can’t avoid him forever. Not to mention Freddy plays with you before he kills you like no other Slasher can, He fills your head with disturbing mind bending images often featuring your friends which is just a special kind of cruel.

  • Chad Harry

    My favorite slasher movie is The Burning. For some reason I just love the look ofCropsy. Its well paced , has good characters and the gory kills are epic! It has Tom Savinis best gore effects. ITS A FUN FILM and Lou David the guy who was Cropsy is a very cool nice guy who hardly gets mentioned.

  • Darc_Ecko

    My favorite slasher film is Just Before Dawn. I’m a big fan of the outdoors/woods sub-genre and to me this is the holy grail of that genre.

  • cjotey1

    Candyman – definitely a unique slasher flick and Tony Todd rules!

  • Tack

    A Nightmare On Elm Street 🙂

  • Will

    A Nightmare on Elm Street 3