The Muddled Messaging of ‘American Mary’ [Horror Queers Podcast]

Bourbon & Bush After closing out 2021 with a celebration (of sorts) of Witchboard‘s 35th anniversary and kicking off 2022 with a double-dose of Scream 4, Joe and I are continuing our “Underrated or Underseen?” theme of the first quarter of the year with a look at The Soska Sisters‘ 2012 film American Mary. In the […]

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Kevin Williamson Details His Original Plans for ‘Scream 5’ & ‘Scream 6’! [Interview]

In case you thought we had exhausted ourselves on all things Scream after spending four hours(!!!) discussing Scream 4 last week, think again! In a special Horror Queers bonus episode, Joe and I have Scream scribe Kevin Williamson on the line in celebration of the new film, which hits theaters today! The Scream franchise, while beloved, is not […]

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The “Bromance” at the Center of ‘Witchboard’ [Horror Queers Podcast]

Taking “Classes” After celebrating 2021 last week with a recap and blooper reel, we’re closing out the year by teaming up with the folks over at Kill By Kill to discuss Kevin Tenney‘s bromance-y supernatural horror film Witchboard! In the film, Linda (Tawny Kitaen) becomes entranced into using her friend Brandon’s (Stephen Nichols) Ouija board […]

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Celebrating ‘Scream’ at 25 and Horror Queers at 3! [Horror Queers Podcast]

Tits and Tongues &The Screw-Up Showcase We’re nearly ready to wrap up December – and 2021! It’s been another silly month on the podcast, including episodes on the bizarre queer antichrist/oatmeal zombie film Fear No Evil (1981), David Fincher’s feel bad holiday film The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (2011) and the queerest superhero film of all […]

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The Camp, the Kink, and the Queerness in ‘Batman Returns’ [Horror Queers Podcast]

Gay Sewer Gremlin. After closing out November with some Satanists in The Seventh Victim, we kicked off December with the queer-coded antichrist in Fear No Evil before getting into the rape-revenge weeds with David Fincher’s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Now it’s time to really get into the holiday spirit with what may be one of the kinkiest […]

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Exploring Rape Revenge in David Fincher’s ‘The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’ [Horror Queers Podcast]

Tic for Tac. After spending our 150th episode extravaganza with The Lost Boys and closing out November with some Satanists in The Seventh Victim , we kicked off December with the queer-coded antichrist in Fear No Evil. Now, we’re getting into the winter season with David Fincher‘s 2011 adaptation of Stieg Larsson‘s novel that set the world […]

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Celebrating the Passion of the Queer Antichrist [Horror Queers Podcast]

Black Chiffon So long November! After a month of beach vampires in The Lost Boys, singing demons in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, gay panic voyeurs in Creep, and lesbian Satanists in The Seventh Victim, we are *more* than ready to celebrate the holigays. What better way to kick off December than Frank LaLoggia‘s Passion Play-infused, […]

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BD’s ‘Horror Queers’ Celebrate the Best Horror of 2021 with Third Annual “Hereditaries” Awards; Vote Now!

Two years ago, following the lack of recognition at the Oscars for horror films, Trace Thurman and I created “The Hereditaries” (named after Toni Collette’s Hereditary omission), a series of horror awards to acknowledge all of the great work being done in the genre. The response that we received was out of this world and we immediately […]

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Embracing Lesbianism and Satanism in ‘The Seventh Victim’ [Horror Queers Podcast]

She only did her…hair After a wild month that has included gay panic in Creep, a TV musical in Buffy the Vampire Slayer‘s ‘Once More, With Feeling’ and our 150th episode extravaganza with The Lost Boys, we’re closing out the month with a slam dunk 1940s film noir. That’s right: it’s finally time for a […]

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Projecting Gay Panic in Patrick Brice’s ‘Creep’ [Horror Queers Podcast]

Creep Evan Hansen. After spending Halloween shacking up with the colorful characters in Clue, we kicked off November with a discussion of a seminal queer vampire text in The Lost Boys and revisited Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s “Once More With Feeling” on its 20th anniversary. Now, we’re getting a little…..creepy with Patrick Brice‘s exceptional film Creep! In the […]

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Celebrating 150 Episodes With ‘The Lost Boys’! [Horror Queers Podcast]

The Sex Scene Can Stay. After heading back to Haddonfield to discuss David Gordon Green’s 2018 sequel Halloween, we discussed everyone’s favorite vampire-killing Marvel superhero Blade before spending Halloween shacking up with the colorful characters in Clue. Now we’re kicking off November with our 150th episode and a discussion of a seminal queer vampire text in Joel […]

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Bloody Disgusting Podcast Network Celebrates Acast’s Audio Fiction Week

It’s no secret that October is our favorite month of the year here at Bloody Disgusting. Not surprisingly, it’s also our busiest time, and that seasonal chaos has certainly extended to the Bloody Disgusting Podcast Network. Below, you can catch up on what we’ve been creating! Acast Audio Fiction Week Over 80 years ago, Orson […]

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Carving Out Comic Book Movie History With ‘Blade’ [Horror Queers Podcast]

Blood Rave, Baby. After heading back to the ’30s to check in with Countess Zaleska in Lambert Hillyer’s queer horror classic Dracula’s Daughter and hitting the road with Steve Zahn and Paul Walker in Joy Ride, we went back to Haddonfield to discuss David Gordon Green’s 2018 sequel Halloween. Now we’re heading back to the ’90s to discuss […]

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Three Years Later, How Does ‘Halloween’ Hold Up? [Horror Queers Podcast]

We Need to Talk About Cameron…. After touring the streets of Los Angeles in David Lynch’s masterpiece Mulholland Drive, we went all the way back to the ’30s to check in with Countess Zaleska in Lambert Hillyer’s queer horror classic Dracula’s Daughter, before hitting the road with Steve Zahn and Paul Walker in Joy Ride. Now, in celebration of […]

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The Reluctant Queer at the Center of ‘Dracula’s Daughter’ [Horror Queers Podcast]

Dracula’s Daughter Said ACAB. After getting anxious with the frightening apparition in It Follows, we got campy with the much-maligned late franchise entry Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare. After that we toured the streets of Los Angeles in David Lynch’s masterpiece Mulholland Drive, but now we’re going all the way back to the ’30s to check […]

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