Happy Pride! Today we continue a bit of last week’s convo, jumping into modern representation- where it’s at, and where we’d like for it to go. Welcome back some amazing panelists from the previous episode along with a few more awesome guests, sharing their experiences.
Happy Pride! Today I’m joined by an entirely kickass panel of creators I greatly admire, talking about queer representation in horror. Specifically – where we saw ourselves, the characters we identified with and how those options have (slightly) broadened.
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Happy Pride from your friendly neighborhood horror girl, proudly putting the L in LGBTQ+
All month long Gayly Dreadful is running Gayly Helpful with loads of guest writers and Twitch streamers, raising money for The Transgender Law Center, two new articles a day so be sure to check that out and donate if you can! I’ll have an article there later this month and am excited to check out everyone else’s work.
Fangoria Pride Shirts are now up on the Fright Rags website, limited edition tie dye shirts are selling out fast, and the classic pride shirt is available for pre-order until 6/8. I’m also giving one away on Twitter on 6/7 so check Twitter for entry details.
Ryan Kruger’s Fried Barry is a wild wild ride to say the least. Gritty, grimy, gross. Those are the three words that first come to mind when watching. The main question on my mind while watching this film- why is South Africa so horny? Director Ryan Kruger joined us fresh out of Fantasia Fest to chat all things Barry and shows off his handmade quarantine chopstick birdhouse. Read my original (spoiler free review) here
Absolutely raucous in all the best ways. Ancient Irish vampire lore and excessively fun, gruesome gory bits! Take what you think you know and throw it out the window. Writer-Director of Boys From County Hell, Chris Baugh joins us today to talk about his new film now streaming on Shudder!
Xanthe Pajarillo is here fresh off directing the Fangoria Chainsaw Awards. Join as us we chat the challenges of virtual production, trials and triumphs and ultimately – the importance of making the most of what you’ve got!
Did you miss the live stream? You can check out both the pre-show and the big event in this post
Writer/Director Corrina Faith stops in to chat her new horror film The Power. A beautiful, chilling, atmospheric haunting- now streaming on Shudder. Stop in for the creeps, stay for the fantastic natter. @CorinnaFaith