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These movies stood in rather stark contrast to their 80s brethren- good writing and characterization, considered disposable (and usually nonexistent) in the first era, were now all-important, as the plots now focused on the heroes trying to stay one step ahead of the criminals (who often based their murders on famous stories or past events in the good guys' lives) while also navigating their personal relationships, which - as teenage lives tend to be - were fraught with conflict and melodrama.The genre again petered out by the end of the 90s, thanks to parodies like as well as the rise of the J-Horror and Torture Porn flicks that dominated the following decade, but once again, it wouldn't be for long.
Eventually, there will be only one girl left standing, the Final Girl, normally the only "morally pure" member of the main cast.A subset of the Horror genre, although the schlockier examples replace suspense almost entirely with gore. The history of slashers can be divided into several distinct waves.Alfred Hitchcock's is often cited as having a direct influence over the genre by introducing sympathetic characters that are unexpectedly murdered during the course of film, along with pushing the boundaries of sex and violence.Now, in The New '10s, it seems as though slashers are here to stay, with films like able to safely co-exist with the more popular ghost- and demon-themed chillers of the decade. Roger Ebert called these movies "Dead Teenager Movies" due to their focus on teenagers getting killed.Another popular nickname is "Bodycount Films/Movies". Keep in mind that, while every slasher movie features a serial killer or a spree killer, not every serial killer or spree killer movie is a slasher movie.