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10 Queer Horror Films You Should Be Watching

While we have instances where horror films depict fully formed queer characters and get representation right, those occurrences are few and far between. In my opinion, it’s getting better with several films over the last several years giving us a collection of prolific characters and themes.

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Rethinking Fear In “They Look Like People”

This understated 2015 flick is a horror film that’s surprisingly sympathetic to mental health, finding its onset of fear not in Wyatt’s illness itself, but in the consequences that affect him and his friendship.

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R.L. Stine Is Haunting Netflix

When I watched the trailer, I knew this was a must-see. I grew up reading R.L. Stine’s novels, and I still do to this day. When the announcement was released that Netflix was airing a “Fear Street” movie series, I was cheering with joy and excitement.

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Spiral, Book Of Saw Review

The “Saw” story follows the traditional “Jigsaw” ideology of “kill, maim, destroy or be killed,” throwing in the gore-driven exploration of narcissistic behavior, self-sacrifice, human frailty, revenge, and even psychopathic, murderous genius. But, ultimately, the franchise creators once again cater to the demands of the strong fan-base.

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Assimilate, A Review

“Assimilate” (2019) truly has it all… both the creatures and the terrific scenes that keep you on the edge of your seat while watching.

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Books of Blood, A Review

If you have access to the streaming service Hulu, you may be aware of the film “Books of Blood” (2020) that was released on October 6, 2020. This film was part of a collection of films that Hulu released for Halloween, and being a huge horror fan, I couldn’t help but watch. Afterward, I did some digging into the film and discovered that it was based on a book.