Everything about Slasher, eh?

Comments and queries for the week of December 1

[Slasher: Guilty Party is] little too gory for me, but still watchable. The Noah character was the best, such a terrible person and in the end, elicits sympathy. Great arc. —Chris


The current APTN series 1491: Untold Stories of America Before Columbus is an excellent example of the exciting history of original peoples that Canada would lose forever if the APTN license is not renewed. An absolute breath of fresh air. Renew? No question! —Alfred

APTN is the most informative programming available today. Please renew. —Robert

 

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Link: Lovell Adams-Gray Talks Slasher and Creating Original Content

From Heather M. of The Televixen:

Link: Lovell Adams-Gray Talks Slasher and Creating Original Content
“When I was growing up, I couldn’t sleep at night and I was terrified that Jason was going to come and get me and do all the things. My aunt told me he won’t get me because I’m not a teenager yet and I’m not around Camp Crystal Lake. I’m old enough to face it now. The goatee [in Slasher] makes me fearless.” Continue reading.

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Link: Slasher: Guilty Party showrunner Aaron Martin on what’s really scary

From Captain John K. Kirk of Pop Mythology:

Link: Slasher: Guilty Party showrunner Aaron Martin on what’s really scary
“The moments that are more graphic and horrifying are less terrible for me, personally. While I love them because they’re shocking and fun to pull off, it’s the moments that seem wholly real that are the most disturbing to me.” Continue reading.

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Link: Paula Brancati Talks Slasher: Guilty Party

From Heather M. of The Televixen:

Link: Paula Brancati Talks Slasher: Guilty Party
“I really like that bit of writing. I like a lot of the writing. Each of these characters have the opportunity to show another side. It’s a different outlook on a story that we’ve seen before. At the beginning, [Dawn is] leading the charge into the campground. She’s got a plan. And she’s aggressive.” Continue reading.

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