From Heather M. of The Televixen:
Link: Aaron Martin and Ian Carpenter talk casting, characters and stunts in Slasher: Flesh & Blood
â€œWhen weâ€™re coming up with our characters, oftentimes weâ€™re talking about which of our returning actors or other actors we have wanted to work with would be good for those roles, because, in Canada, at some point or another youâ€™ve worked with, or have seen the work of, other actors, so we know shorthand wise, who excites us.â€ Continue reading.
From Clark Collis of Entertainment Weekly:
Link: Legendary filmmaker David Cronenberg on his role in Slasher: Flesh & Blood and his return to directing
“I was very flattered that they would offer me this role because it is a role unlike anything that I’ve ever played before.” Continue reading.
From Mads Lennon of 1428 Elm:
Link: Slasher: Flesh & Blood cast and crew discuss the brutality of the new season
From the very beginning of Slasher Season 4, youâ€™ll discover that this season is not pulling any punches. It goes all out with the gore, shocking kills, and twisted family secrets. Continue reading.
From Heather M. of TV Goodness:
Link: Aaron Martin and Ian Carpenter talk Slasher: Flesh & Blood
This Thursday, US audiences can get their gore on when Slasherâ€˜s fourth season, â€œFlesh & Blood,â€ makes its US premiere on its new home, Shudder, before premiering in October in Canada on Hollywood Suite. Continue reading.
From Victoria Ahearn of the Canadian Press:
Link: Horror master David Cronenberg on confronting death, on camera and off
â€œHeâ€™s really nasty. He gets sadistic and he gets to yell at a lot of people, which is really a lot of fun. I donâ€™t do that much in my own life. So it was fun to be a guy who does that.â€ Continue reading.
From Marriska Fernandes of the Toronto Star:
Link: David Cronenberg learns that itâ€™s fun to be nasty in â€˜Slasher: Flesh & Bloodâ€™
David Cronenberg, the director and sometime actor hailed as one of the worldâ€™s most iconic horror filmmakers, couldnâ€™t say no when the makers of the made-in-Canada horror series â€œSlasherâ€ offered him the chance to play a type of person heâ€™s never portrayed before. Continue reading.