Slasher: Guilty Party

Slasher: Guilty Party

Slasher: Guilty Party

In the second season of the horror anthology series, a group of counsellors at Camp Motega murder one of their own in cold blood. Five years later, they return to a retreat near Motega, only to find themselves trapped with the outside world cut off.

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EPISODE 2.1
1 January 2017

Six Feet Under

Five years after concealing a murder, guilt-stricken summer camp counselors return in midwinter to the scene of their crime, now a utopian commune.

EPISODE 2.2
1 January 2017

Between Good and Evil

After a body is found and a guest vanishes, both groups discover they're trapped at the camp with communication to the outside world cut off.

EPISODE 2.3
1 January 2017

Saint Sebastian

As the list of victims continues to grow, the number of possible suspects narrows and the two groups are forced to cooperate despite mutual suspicion.

EPISODE 2.4
1 January 2017

Night of Hunters

The histories of several characters unfold in flashback, revealing surprising connections, while an innocent hiker is pulled into the unfolding drama.

EPISODE 2.5
1 January 2017

Out of the Frying Pan

The gruesome past and false identity of a commune member is discovered, although it may be too late to save the fellow camper they have kidnapped.

EPISODE 2.6
1 January 2017

Drone

Desperate to discover the identity of the killer preying on them, the remaining survivors reluctantly conduct a mock hearing to learn the truth.

EPISODE 2.7
1 January 2017

Dawn of the Dead

Misinterpreted evidence points everyone in a false direction, while one camper finds evidence that makes him question the motive behind the slaughter.

EPISODE 2.8
1 January 2017

The Past is Never Dead

The serial killer confesses to another camper, but the rest of the stranded survivors are still in the dark as final twists and truths are divulged.

Slasher: Guilty Party / Reviews

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Decider

While Guilty Party could easily fall victim to a series of genre tropes (and on occasion, it does), it finds strength in its character-driven storylines.

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