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The Wildcats have adept drivers and slashers in Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Hamidou Diallo and PJ Washington (more of a post-up presence).
Freeman is a downhill slasher with good power and balance, who is better on the perimeter than between the tackles.
More monsters, murder and mayhem onstage Madness and murder are not the typical elements of a successful musical, but there are a few other shows that could be cited as singing and dancing stage responses to monster and slasher movies.
One solution to clear some things up for Bates-Diop is to get someone else going scoring, particularly someone on the perimeter who's a threat as a jump-shooter and slasher.
Being afraid of a wicked queen or a robber bridegroom is delicious and distant, miles away from, say, watching a slasher flick.
In addition to the slasher films, Curtis has starred in numerous other scary flicks, as well as the horror-comedy TV show Scream Queens, making her one of the most iconic actors in the genre.
That finding has long since been debunked, but its cultural impact remains, hanging over the heads of single women like a knife in a slasher film.
There’s Someone Inside Your House unleashes a slasher-movie scenario where local teens are murdered in an increasingly garish and stylish manner.
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: someone who kills people with a knife or other sharp weapon
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