Slasher films and hot girls go hand in hand. Usually that relationship involves said hot girls being graphically murdered, but that's just the nature of the genre. With Silent Night and The Collection hitting theaters this week (both of which count a few babes among their cast members) let's take a look at some of the hottest chicks from recent slasher flicks.
Emma Fitzpatrick, The Collection The Collection is about a crazy guy in a mask who collects people. One of his targets is Miss Fitzpatrick here. For a psychotic lunatic, the guy has pretty good taste.
Jaime King, Silent Night The posters for the film show Santa Claus with a flamethrower. We're already sold.
Briana Evigan, Sorority Row Evigan plays a sorority girl who, along with her sorority sisters, must escape a mysterious killer. We get that sorority girls can be annoying, but mass murder? Come on, dude.
Brittany Snow, Prom Night In Prom Night, Snow's character is stalked by an obsessed former teacher who murdered her family. Really not a good way to win a girl over.
Alison Brie, Scream 4 We'll watch Alison Brie in anything, including an arguably tired slasher franchise.
Jamie Chung, Sorority Row We're guessing her character was in the hot sorority.
Danielle Harris, Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet It's always the overdone, under-budgeted slasher flicks that are the most fun to watch. Particularly when they feature a hottie like Danielle Harris.
Jessica Stroup, Prom Night We'd take her to prom, even if there was a homicidal maniac on the loose.
Julianna Guill, Friday the 13th You'd think she'd have learned to stay away from lakes by now.
Kaley Cuoco, Killer Movie Killer Movie was technically a comedy-horror, but we'll let it slide for the sake of including Kaley Cuoco in this gallery.
Lauren McKnight, My Super Psycho Sweet Sixteen Based on MTV's My Super Sweet Sixteen, the film follows a group of spoiled teens who are picked off by a serial killer at a sweet sixteen party. This is one of those rare slasher flicks where you're rooting for the guy with the knife.
Rooney Mara, A Nightmare On Elm Street Before she was the girl with the dragon tattoo, Rooney Mara starred in the 2010 remake of the classic Wes Craven film.
Minka Kelly, The Pumpkin Karver You know shit's getting real when they start spelling "carver" with a k.