Slasher: Flesh & Blood
SLASHER: FLESH & BLOOD follows a wealthy, dysfunctional family that gathers for a reunion on a secluded island only to learn they’ll be pitted against one another in a cruel game of life and death, all while being stalked by a mysterious masked killer. Nothing is what it seems and no one is safe as the tension – and body count – ratchets up. A SHUDDER ORIGINAL SERIES.
1. Thicker Than Water
As the various members of the Galloway family gather to depart for their annual reunion, years-long tensions and rivalries flare up, as they arrive at the private island home of patriarch Spencer. After receiving shocking news about his end-of-life plans, the group is faced with the resumption of a long-dormant round of cruel family competitions from the past.
2. The Sins of the Father
Shocking revelations make the Galloway family competition even more difficult, as grizzly discoveries and panic grip the family, and the killer claims the first victims. Meanwhile, suspicions start to mount against one outsider following an unexpected reveal.
3. In Trust
Reeling from witnessing a gruesome murder, the remaining Galloway family regroup to try and escape the island. But they quickly realize the competition can’t be stopped, no matter what. Seamus and Christy’s marriage tensions drive them further apart as more secrets from the past are revealed.
4. Upstairs Downstairs
Paranoia and suspicion grow among the surviving group, as another body is discovered and terrible secrets from the past come to the surface.
5. Family Ties
The family devolves into more violence as both the competition and the infighting continue, leading to bloody results
6. Face Time
The family members dole out justice to one of their own, as The Gentleman finds an unexpected ally.
More Galloways meet a horrific end as the contest continues, and The Gentleman is finally unmasked.
I enjoyed this series quite a bit. It gave me the feelings of Saw and Survivor, so there was always a character you hated or loved, but there was that mystery of which person in the group will die next. Overall, great series, but wished there was some more reason behind certain actions.
This series was okay (This review has spoilers)! I wouldn't say it was bad, but the way they dances around certain topics and some of the character decisions made no sense to me. They brought up the topic of racism just to say it twice and never fleshed it out, which could have genuinely been more interesting. They suddenly dropped the fact that the daughter with Pica was a double agent, but then never fully explained her before killing her off. The gore and plot over all was pretty good, but the character development was a huge miss.
This series of Slasher wasn't a proper horror series. It was more like a gory melodramatic soap opera. A major disappointment.
Õne of the worst series i've seen in a while. 2 out of 5 stars
What a series! So good and was not expecting that ending! So many twists and so much gore!!