Each week a panel of horror fans discuss horror movies past and present. We dissect new releases, compare originals to reboots, and tell you whether or not the movies are a hack (a waste of time) or a slash (totally killer - pun intended). We’ve changed a lot over the last two years, including changing up our team. For the best experience, start with episode 057.
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This week we head back to the theater to check out The Black Phone (2022). We assess the quality of the performances, break down the source of its tension, and consider how local tragedies impact their communities. This episode contains spoilers, beg... more
This week the Hack or Slash patrons have voted for us to revisit Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006). We unpack its approach to slasher meta, uncover easter eggs from other horror properties, and assess its comedic value. This episode c... more
This week we’re commemorating the 54th anniversary of Rosemary’s Baby (1968). We examine the film’s approach to gaslighting, assess the quality of its ending, and ponder how a modern remake would fair. This episode contains spoilers, beginning at 27:... more
This panel is awesome. Nobody holds back their true opinions and the assessments are usually dead on. I wish this podcast continued success and look forward to new movie reviews every day. Keep up the good work…
You guys are the best horror movie review podcast on the internet. Funny/insightful commentary on some of my favorite horror franchises of the last 20-40 years. keep up the great work, can’t wait for your Scream 2022 review.
I am not a horror fan myself, but I do love monster movies! This podcast is so much fun and thoughtful and takes you on a journey with some great movies with a great crew. more
I put your podcast on to try to sleep, but after about 15 minutes I’m fully invested in hearing what you think about these films! I can’t go to sleep until after the episode. You have great chemistry and I absolutely love your work. SLASH!
Paris, you're just tacky. Who thinks wicker is ugly? 😄
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Hack or Slash launched 5 years ago and published 138 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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