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Horror Films That Will Scare You Straight

With my love of performance, costumes, and goth, Halloween is definitely my favorite holiday. It doesn’t hurt that it comes just days after my birthday. If you’re looking for the gayest way to celebrate the season, here are a few horror films of the homosexual persuasion. I’m still trying to get through all of them, so consider this a sort of living list.

Actually Gay

Otto; or Up with Dead People

Directed by: Bruce LaBruce

Synopsis: Otto is a handsome zombie in the middle of an identity crisis when he auditions for a zombie film.

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Where you can see it: Amazon video

 

Hellbent

Directed by: Paul Etheredge-Ouzts

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Where you can see it: Amazon video

 

You’re Killing Me

Directed by: Jim Hansen

Starring: Matthew Wilkas, Matthew McKelligon, James Cerne

Synopsis: George starts dating a handsome new man, who comes out as a serial killer.

Where you can see it: YouTube, Amazon video, iTunes


Homoerotic

The Covenant

Directed by: Renny Harlin

Starring: Taylor Kitsch, Chace Crawford, Sebastian Stan

Synopsis: It’s basically a male version of the Craft.

Stand outs: Shirtlessness.

Why you should watch it: You probably shouldn’t. Or maybe hit the mute button and listen to my Halloween playlist.

Where you can see it: YouTube, Amazon video, iTunes

 

The Forsaken

Directed by: J. S. Cardone

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Where you can see it: YouTube, Amazon video, iTunes

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2

Directed by: Jack Sholder

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Stand outs: The high school coach meets his untimely demise in a suspect leather club.

Why you should watch it: Freddy Krueger is a classic horror film villain. What have you got to lose?

Where you can see it: YouTube, Amazon video, iTunes


Camp

Fear No Evil

Directed by: Frank LaLoggia

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Where you can see it: DailyMotion

Fright Night

Directed by: Tom Holland

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Where you can see it: Hulu

 

The Brotherhood

Directed by: David DeCoteau

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Where you can see it: Amazon video


Bonus

The Hunger

Directed by: Tony Scott

Starring: Catherine Deneuve, David Bowie, Susan Sarandon

Synopsis: Susan Sarandon plays a sleep and aging research doctor who finds herself in a love triangle with a chic vampire couple.

Stand outs: The movie opens with a goth club scene that will have you clamoring for an all black wardrobe.

Why you should watch it: Aside from the sapphic vampire storyline, you’ll actually enjoy the film.

Where you can see it: YouTube, Amazon video, iTunes

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