Butcher Baker Nightmare Maker, aka Night Warning, is a film that often comes up when you begin searching out queer horror film history. But despite queer horror being something I actively dedicate my time to, I had somehow missed out on ever watching it myself. Until recently. On a random thought, I searched Youtube for the title and… Read More Gay Horror Movies – Butcher Baker Nightmare Maker
It took me by surprise recently to realize how tragic the trope of “male best friends” is within the horror genre. At first, I found it a fun listicle novelty. But as I rooted out some examples, I discovered that very often these horror “bromances” ended in the death of one (or eventually even both) of the… Read More Horror Bromances
#HORROR was a 2015 slasher film that received mostly mixed reviews from critics and fans. As far as slashers go, it was too “indie” and artsy and experimental. And as far as artsy, experimental horror films go, it was slightly boring and irritating. But the genre vet cast, moments of intense visuals, and actual cast… Read More Horror Eleganza – #HORROR Fashion Tribute
When news began spreading that Stephen King’s IT was finally getting a theatrical adaption, I was equal parts excited and concerned. The original miniseries from 1990 was tame and bound by time constraints, but it remains a nostalgic and sinister cult classic for horror fans. So when news on this new project started leaking, I… Read More Queering Stephen King’s IT
I’m all about being an equal opportunist when it comes to my attraction and objectification of men. Race, religion, sexual orientation, age, stages of life or death. I’m here for it all! This post today though is a chance for me to focus on the later criteria, because sometimes even a little gore isn’t enough… Read More Dead Guys I Would’ve Dated
The holidays are in full swing now, and so I figured it was finally time to make an “official” announcement about a pet project of mine; HORROR HOMETOWNS! Horror Hometowns are simple designs I’ve created in order to fit onto coffee mugs. I was inspired by Starbucks’ ‘You Are Here’ mugs for various cities and,… Read More Horror Hometown Mugs!
So, Thanksgiving just passed and I had time to reflect on all the things I’m thankful for. Family. Friends. Health. Eggnog. And, of course, hunky and handsome horror villains! So join me as I spread some holiday cheer with a third round of Horror Villains I’d Love to Die For!