Slasher – The Social Network For Horror celebrates its upcoming third anniversary on May 31st, 2022 with a massive announcement…Slasher 4.0.
If you love Slasher now, wait until you experience Slasher 4.0. It will have new features to make it even easier for you to stay in the loop with the things you enjoy. Filmmakers, authors, musicians, and podcasters will also have new, exciting ways to share their work with horror fans. Refreshed mobile apps will be launched that will deliver a fresh design and interface. Horror lovers will also be able to access Slasher’s features right from the Slasher website.
Let’s not forget some of the reasons that got you hooked Slasher in the first place. There’s no bullshit like on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. You can build a network of friends faster than any mainstream social network. No one on Slasher gets banned for posting horror – blood and gore special effects are welcome. And most importantly, it’s an enjoyable environment created by a horror fan, who is an active part of it.
“The three years we’ve online have been amazing! I’m so thankful for all of the fantastic people who are on Slasher every day, making it so much fun for all of us! It’s also great to see all the filmmakers turning us on to their movies, authors who keep us informed of their new releases, artists who share their work with us, musicians who keep us going with new tracks, and the vendors who help us build our collections. I might have created the app, but it’s the people on it who are the ones that make it awesome each and every day. We’re all in this together and it’s been great working alongside fantastic people and companies who feel the same way we do about horror! Slasher 4.0 is going to help us provide more support, resources, and opportunities for everyone in the genre. This has been the most exciting project I’ve put together since Slasher was first released!” – Damon Della Greca, creator of Slasher.
Slasher 4.0 is in development.
The current mobile app is available for free on Android & iOS in the U.S. and Canada. An Android beta is available in U.K., Australia, and New Zealand.