The Slayer

  • 1982
  • Movie
  • R
  • Horror

An artist named Kay (Sarah Kendall) paints surreal pictures inspired by her phobia-filled dreams. As Kay, her husband, her brother, and her brother's wife vacation on a small island off the coast of Georgia, many of her worst dreams suddenly begin to come true when the little group is stalked by an unseen monster during a vicious thunderstorm. Director...read more

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An artist named Kay (Sarah Kendall) paints surreal pictures inspired by her phobia-filled dreams. As Kay, her husband, her brother, and her brother's wife vacation on a small island off the coast of Georgia, many of her worst dreams suddenly begin to come true when the little group is

stalked by an unseen monster during a vicious thunderstorm. Director J.S. Cardone manages to present this overly familiar material with considerable flair, considering his low budget, and the film does have a genuinely surreal, nightmarish quality. Available on a double-bill videotape with Fred

Olen Ray's inferior SCALPS.

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  • Released: 1982
  • Rating: R
  • Review: An artist named Kay (Sarah Kendall) paints surreal pictures inspired by her phobia-filled dreams. As Kay, her husband, her brother, and her brother's wife vacation on a small island off the coast of Georgia, many of her worst dreams suddenly begin to come… (more)

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