[Warning: General spoilers ahead.]
And then there were…
Thursday, Shudder unleashes the two-part season finale of Slasher: Flesh & Blood, which finds the survivors weighing whether to band together or divide and conquer Spencer’s last winner-takes-all challenges.
Once again, The Gentleman isn’t the only one they have to worry about. As tensions run high among the twins, Liv, and Grace, things get heated and the past anger about the kidnapping and its aftermath escalate. Add to that the seeds of doubt about who can be trusted. It’s all rather fraught.
We also dial back the clock on how Grace came to be a Galloway and it’s rather illuminating.
As is the historical norm for Slasher, the seventh episode tees up the eighth, but thankfully you don’t have to wait a week to unravel the OMG-ness of the penultimate episode before you can watch the finale. That was a good call on the part of Shudder, because as heightened as episode seven is, it shifts into a completely other gear to wrap things up.
Adam MacDonald directed the final two hours (and guests onscreen in episode eight). Sabrina Sherif wrote episode seven and the finale was written by Ian Carpenter
Check back Friday for my post-finale chat with series creator Aaron Martin and showrunner Ian Carpenter as we break down the WTAF of it all!
Slasher Season 4 is streaming on Shudder in the US and premieres October 4th at 9 pm ET on Hollywood Suite in Canada with two episodes every week. In case you missed it, all of our Slasher coverage is here. Here’s a sneak peek of Thursday’s double-episode finale!
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