- n. Plural form of slasher.
“They are captured by this group of people who turn out to be members of a group under the direction of Karl Sr. and his son Karl Jr., who are the famous butcher/slashers from the first two Violent S*** movies.”
“We see a lot of business from 'slashers' -- folks who have multiple careers," such as accountant/artist, says Rob Schlacter, vice president of business services at Staples.”
“It's just Cassie and Vlad pictured on the cover, driving around in their van, doing what they do, hunting slashers, which is easy enough to depict without getting into all the rest of it.”
“The focus of the series is on a horror victim, Cassie, who strikes back at the monsters, known as "slashers", with Vlad, a freakish man who frequently wears a gas mask.”
“I understand it's a challenge coming up with new "slashers" all the time--there are bound to be some hits and misses.”
“First, in this world, "slashers" aren't just serial killers, but are a kind of supernatural undead:”
“I sometimes think -- if I may take advantage of this occasion to make the only reply in a working life of thirty years to any of the "slashers" with whose devotion I am told that I have been honored -- I sometimes think, good brother critics, that I have had my share of the attentions of poisoned weapons.”
“The series follows protagonist Cassie Hack in her quest to hunt down homicidal maniacs and serial killers, known as "slashers".”
“slashers' whose sole purpose is to dole out as much blood, gore, nudity, and sex as possible, while the body count increases exponentially.”
“Michael Myers is one of the most recognized fiction slashers of all time, and if you ask”
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