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Horror Queers

Apr 17, 2019

After 23 years of driving, the boys pick up Dead For Filth's multi-hyphenate Michael Varrati en route to a charming motel run by Anthony Perkins' Norman Bates. The trio discuss the film's categorization as a long in-development sequel, a slasher released during the height of the 80s craze and a cash grab.

Along the way...


Apr 10, 2019

Who would have ever thought a movie about a killer mirror could actually be A) good and B) scary? That's right, the boys are discussing Mike Flanagan's 2014 film Oculus! Join Joe and Trace as they gush (pun intended) over Flanagan's oeuvre and discuss the role a sibling (or siblings) can play in the coming-out process.


Apr 10, 2019

In the first Patreon exclusive episode of April, the boys discuss whether a personal connection to the material is necessary to grasp the horror, Joe proposes that the material is "grief for dummies" and Trace goes to bat for Amy Seimetz's performance as Rachel.

Other topics on the table: can this new film stand on its...


Apr 3, 2019

The boys have got pipes and they're FIERCE! That's right, this week they're headed to Center Stage: Camp for the Performing Arts to audition for the revival of "The Haunting of the Opera"! We're discussing Jerome Sable's slasher musical comedy Stage Fright! But mostly, we just want to know what went wrong with this...


Mar 29, 2019

In the final March Patreon episode, Joe and Trace discuss Jordan Peele's sophomore effort Us. Is it a better film than Get Out? Does it matter?

Join them as they debate the effectiveness of the comedy in the film, admire Lupita Nyong'o's powerhouse performance and try to decipher just what the rules of The Tethered are...