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‘Slasher: Flesh & Blood’ Exclusive clip

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Slasher: Flesh & Blood follows a wealthy but dysfunctional family gathering for a reunion on a secluded island. Their old wounds and competitive rivalries flare up when the family realizes a masked killer is among them, intent on cruelly picking them off one by one.

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As the exclusive clip below shows, it is also one of the most gruesome shows on television. Episode four was a fun one that ended with one of the most terrifying deaths of the season. The irony was, it was also one of the least violent.

Flesh & Blood has shown that a even the least bloody murders can still leave a lasting impression. The scene takes an already frightening situation and adds giant bugs and dead stares. The murders may be what the show is being noticed for, but there is also strong suspense and a deadly competition for millions.

Slasher: Flesh & Blood airs on Shudder with new episodes each Thursday.


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