The Slasher App Is Here — And It’s Free!

Slasher is a mobile app designed by horror lovers for horror lovers. Their goal is to make it easier for horror peeps to connect with one another in meaningful ways. As we previously reported, the team engaged the horror community to ask for input ahead of the app’s release. Well, that much-anticipated release is upon us. Yes, the Slasher app is here… and it’s free!

Read on for all the details!

Slasher App

About The Slasher App (From The Google Play Store)

Slasher is the social network for the horror community. Make new connections – personally and professionally. Make new friends or find actors for your next film. On Slasher, you can stay up to date on the latest events, news, and reviews in one place.

– View events
– Save events to your own calendar on Slasher and get reminders
– Find a relationship with our dating feature
– Make new friends
– Actors and models can create a profile to be seen by casting directors and photographers
– Get up to the minute updates from our news and reviews partners
– Share information, ideas, and opinions with others on our message boards
– Talk to other horror fans in our live chat rooms

They already have content partnerships in place with Horror Fuel and Rue Morgue. That’s a great start! The personal calendar and message board features also look to be top notch. Have a listen below to Slasher founder Damon Della Greca’s recent podcast to hear him talk more about the app and its features.

Final Thoughts

It looks pretty cool… and you sure can’t beat the price! The app is currently available for both Android and Apple devices in the Google Play and iOS stores. I’ll be downloading it and taking it for a spin this weekend.

What do you think? Do you have the app? What are you initial thoughts? Tell us in the comments!

About Kenn Hoekstra

PopHorror Writer. Associate Editor. @PopHorrorNews Tweeter. Also... Screenwriter. Blogger. Horror Movie Aficionado. Wisconsin Sports Fan. IT Guy. Father. Smartass. People's Champion. TIME Person of the Year - 2006.

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