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The one that started it all. SlashingThrough is my pet project where I wanted to make sure people could find information about movies that are less for the broad audiences. Horror movies have always been dealt with as if they are lesser movies. To me they're not, and I want to show you with the help of this website.

I have been an horror-fanatic all my life and I wanted to do something with it. I've found people around me thinking the same way as me and wanted to help me with this project.

Best movie: Ichi the killer
Worst movie: The edge of hell
Secret sin movie: Transformformers animated movie



Horror, the fantastic and the bizarre have always been fascinating to me. And of course I started to like horror movies (and all things creepy ) when I was a kid. And this hasn't changed throughout the years.

I especially love the old black and white movies and the atmosphere they still manage to create. Each year I try to attend the International Film Festival Rotterdam and volunteer at The Night of Terror (as a part of the Imagine Film Festival of Amsterdam). And now I'm here writing about the crap, the not-so-crap and the truly great movies.

Best movie: Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens
Worst movie: Does Step-up count?
Secret sin movie: Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain


Chev Chellios

My name is Chev Chellios, I am 30 years old and fond of Horror movies. I collect them, I visit Horror conventions and Festivals, I visit the internet a lot to find out all horror movie news I can find, I am a real Horror Maniac.

Fascinated with horror movies since I saw Stephen Kings “IT”, when I was just a little child, It never grew old. Always in search for the next scare or shock movie, if it’s a classic or a new underground horror movie, I will watch it. I prefer zombie movies, but I am also a fan of the Giallo movies from Italy, and of course Tokyo shock rocks my world.

Im very proud to be part of Slashing Through, because it is a site for horror movie fans and now I can be part of that.

Best movie: The Ultimate Versus
Worst movie: Zombie 90
Secret sin movie: The Goonies


The Beard Of Doom

I have always had a thing for exploring the vague and incomprehensible, the mysterious and the tenebrous; hence the fact that I am beyond fascinated by the works of David Lynch, Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft and George Orwell.
Mystifying, Gothic horror; cosmic horror exploring and surpassing the boundaries of sanity and dystopian fiction have my preference, but I do not limit myself to this in particular.
I have a ginormous passion for everything in between and beyond vintage horror to gore; from b-flicks and splatter, all the way to arthouse horror.

I have been working as a music critic for Lords Of Metal for many a year now and I am joyous about the fact that since the spring of 2014 I have been added to the SlashingThrough crew.

Best movie: Eraserhead
Worst movie: Cradle Of Fear
Secret sin movie: I do not believe in secret sin movies. If you like it, you like it. As simple as that.


Kries Tyfus

Hi there, distorted souls! I'm Kries, born in '84 and I grew up with scary Stephen King stuff. Not the books, but movies based upon his novels. As a little kid, I thought "It" wasn't such a big deal back then, while "The Shining" and "Tommyknockers" really made me poop my pants. I'm a big fan of (classic)
b-horror, slasher and zombie movies, especially those set in the 70s, 80s and early 90s.

I'm excited to be a part of the SlashingThrough crew, cause is a website made for, and made by, horror fans. So I believe my run and association with this website will last very long.

Best movie: Evil dead trilogy
Worst movie: Bikini party massacre
Secret sin movie: Police Academy (all!)


J Rotten

Hey there! I'm J Rotten, 31 years old and born in the Netherlands.

I'm a keen admirer of zombie, ghost and Tokyo gore movies, and love the Stephen King's franchise, but i watch pretty much everything that's horror based.

My fascination for horror started after seeing Poltergeist when i was 12 years old and from that moment i was hooked on horrormovies and started to watch them on weekly bases where my mother was less happy with.

I also like to go to horror conventions and i'm a regular visitor of NoT, The Night of Terror film festival in the Tuschinski theatre Amsterdam.

I watch alot of horror so why don't write about the movies to help others out?

I'm honored to be a part of the ST team and i hope that my reviews will help you to make a choice to watch a movie or just to ignoring it.

Best movie: American Psycho, Stephen King's Rose Red and Evil Dead.
Worst movie: Snoop Dogg's Hood of Horror
Secret sin movie: Baseketball


Cynthia Graves

I'm Cynthia Graves, 23 years old and from the Netherlands.

It all began when I was a little kid and watched my first horror movie: IT. Since then I never stopt loving horror movies and all the things related to horror. I can honestly say I live a horror lifestyle. My favourite genre are the: ZOMBIES! I've watched so many zombie movies, and re-watched even more. Even my mom likes the fact that I am a huge horror geek. She allways bought me horror related stuff for all my birthdays and christmasses! And every penny that I have I spend on cool props or movies.

I am really glad and proud I can be a part of SlahsingTrough, and I will give myself for the full 666% to make it the best!

Best movie: Braindead
Worst movie: The Zombie Diaries
Secret sin movie: Star Wars (all of them)


Kama Way

Best movie – of course it is very challenging to choose just one favourite movie, as so many are well-made or enjoyable for different reasons. However many elements I like are present in Nightmare on Elm St III – Dream Warriors (1987). It is genuinely frightening and gorey, the effects are visceral, and it is chillingly sexual. All of these elements combine to make a thrilling and memorable film and the tangible special effects and sexual pulse of the film seem to be lacking in a lot of contemporary horror films.

Worst movie – All the Scream films after the first one.

Secret Sin – Any film made by and starring Asia Argento, They are in such poor taste, but without wit or class like you might find in John Waters; and yet I can’t look away.



I'm Kittatron, 27, Australia. I love horror movies, big time. I especially love Asian Ghost Horror, and I love to analyse the psychology behind it and discuss it. SlashingThrough fits me because it gives a great opportunity to review some excellent and not so excellent horror films and discuss them with other fans.

Best movie: Ringu (all of them)
Worst movie: Crappy US joke of a horror flicks
Secret sin movie: Scary Movie :'D



My name is Ann and I'm 20 years old. I've been watching horror movies since I was a little girl. The first one was Stephen Kings IT, which I saw in secresy 16 years ago when my parents were asleep. I have been addicted to horror ever since. I've always enjoyed everything dark and creepy, even though monsters aren't really my thing; I think humans are much scarier. So, I'm happy I was given this chance to really get into my hobby, since I normally spend my evenings trying to find a new movie.

Best movie: After.Life
Worst movie: Trick or Treat
Secret sin movie: The Nightmare Before Christmas


I'm a 22 year old girl with a sincere love of the morbid and rude. I've always been fascinated by serial killers (I have a handful of favorites), trashy horror movies, legit thrasher flicks, documentaries about the genre and the writing, directing and producing that goes along with it. I've been a part of the Atlanta Georgia Buried Alive! Film Festival and feel privileged to have been a part of several U.S. premiers including RoboGeisha, Clean Break, Scaryecrow and several others.

I have a vast knowledge of horror films and am incredibly pleased to be a part of this project. I will say that I have a tendency to watch and review poorly made horror so I hope there are a few of you out there who can appreciate that. I write with sarcastic undertones and am not afraid to rip directors and writers to pieces. Horror, thriller, slasher and suspense is my niche, and I want nothing more than to fall deeper in love with it in front of a handful of voyeuristic onlookers.

Best movie: Halloween (1978)
Picking my worst movie is difficult, as I simply adore bad horror. I have seen so many of them it seems impossible to say who takes last place. With that being said, I will list a few notables: The Gingerdead Man (Charles Band, 2005), ThanksKilling (Jordan Downey, 2009), Troll 2 (Claudio Fragasso, 1990) & Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus (Christopher Ray, 2010). Don't they sound terribly lovely?


A passionate programmer who likes to help out with things. This is how I got involved with this project. I do all the behind the scenes work: setting up the databases and watch an occasional movie. Unlike the rest of the people here I am not that into horror movies and I don't understand whats so great about them. But I do understand that there is a market for these kind of movies and I am glad to help out people that passionate about something. Next to watching movies I am crazy about my green Iguana and photography is a big hobby of mine.

Best movie: Lord of the rings trilogy
Worst movie: Universal Soldier 2
Secret sin movie: Nightmare before christmas