All this film needs is a little new BLOOD...
|Directed by||Neal Sundström|
|Written by||Stephen Ronald Francis; Gus Silber; Charles Sapadin|
|Produced by||Sam Bhembe; Saki Macozoma; Amy J. Moore; Paul Raleigh|
|Music by||Neill Solomon|
|Edited by||Andrew Traill|
|Distributed by|| |
|Release date(s)|| July 18th, 2002|
August 26th (US)
|Film Rating|| R
|Running time||93 min.|
Slash is a horror film of the slasher/comedy subgenres. It was directed by Neal Sundström and written by Stephen Ronald Francis, Gus Silber and Charles Sapadin. It was produced by , and and released in the Netherlands on July 18th, 2002. It premiered on home video in the United States on August 26th, 2003. Slash stars James O'Shea as Mac, the lead singer of a rock and roll band called Slash who learns that his aunt has passed away and he must return to the home he grew up at to attend the funeral. The group's tour bus breaks down at the family farm and they quickly discover that a serial killer is on the loose collecting blood.
|Adam Woolf||Young Mac|
|Nick Boraine||Billy Bob|
|Nadia Kretschmer||Press agent|
|Errol Ballentine||Estate agent|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Slash was filmed in Johannesburg and Heidelberg, South Africa. Some scenes were filmed in Kinnelon, New Jersey. 
- Director Neal Sundström also directed the 1989 direct-to-video werewolf film Howling V: The Rebirth.
- Screenwriter Charles Sapadin is uncredited in this film.
The year in film Edit
Other films that were released in 2002 include:
External Links Edit
- Slash at Absolute Horror
- Slash at Popcorn Pictures
- Slash at Obscurehorror.com
- Slash at The Video Graveyard
- Slash at Upcoming Horror Movies