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This image shows two people holding hands. They are rendered in a closeup frame, thus they are only shown from torso to knee. The image is made with mostly red and black, with the exception of two white circles around their hands, hightlighting them. The person on the right is holding a knife, alluding to upcoming strife. This image accompanies a list of queer horror movies.

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A Timeline of Queer Horror Films

December 12, 2021

Lillian Climo offers a short survey of queer representation in horror, a genre...

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Magic Box

November 29, 2021

A mysterious box gives magical powers in "Magic Box" by Ruiying Xiong.

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Auteur Theory: Julia Ducournau and the Non-Horror Horror...

November 15, 2021

Aidan Bryant discusses elevated horror through a uniquely French lens.

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Double Take: “Blair Witch” and the Power of...

November 16, 2019

20 years later, Blair Witch Project still haunts us with the uncertainty of...

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Etygeh – The Picnic

October 13, 2019

Etygeh by Finn Walker.

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Etygeh – The Origin

October 1, 2019

Etygeh by Finn Walker.

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Boobs On Your Tube

October 1, 2019

Slasher movies love female nudity like Jason loves his hockey mask.

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Dark Arts

May 16, 2019

Netflix's pulpy "Velvet Buzzsaw" sidesteps the real horrors of the art world.

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Halloween vs. Halloween: Horror Tropes and The Final...

November 28, 2018

Tropes still apply to the latest installment of horror classic "Halloween" but...

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When Incipient Womanhood Meets Incipient Cannibalism: ‘RAW’

March 26, 2017

"Raw" is a grisly and necessary portrait of young womanhood that definitely...

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‘Get Out’: Unveiling What Happens to the Black...

March 3, 2017

"Get Out" points to the insidious horrors - horrors that when gone unnoticed or...

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Wonderstruck and Synth-Laden: Winona Ryder Dazzles in Netflix...

July 21, 2016

The latest offering from Netflix is just as satisfyingly spooky as it is...

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