Horror Queers

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Each week in the queer horror podcast Horror Queers, Joe Lipsett and Trace Thurman tackle a horror film with LGBTQ+ themes, a high camp quotient or both. For these lifelong queer horror fans, there’s as much value in serious discussions about representation as there is in reading a ridiculously silly/fun horror film with a YAS KWEEN mentality. Just know that at no point will they be getting Babashook.

Episode Date
Calvaire (2004)
01:09:20

The boys are staying international this week, flying over to France to discuss Calvaire (The Ordeal), Fabrice Du Welz's contribution to the New French Extremity movement of the 2000s. Could they have discussed High Tension? Sure, but what fun would it be to make you watch a movie you've already seen?

Topics at hand are the film's bestiality set piece, a rather intense (and rare) scene of male-on-male rape, modern-day crucifixions, kooky impromptu polka dances and the political origins of the New French Extremity movement.

On a lighter note: Trace struggles to use his tongue properly in a poor attempt at a French accent, Joe declares the film's protagonist to be "a hole" and they both attempt to decipher what an American remake would look like.

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

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May 15, 2019
BONUS EPISODE - Mailbag Read!
36:44

Welcome to our first ever mailbag read! Over the last four months, we have asked our lovely listeners multiple questions as they pertain to the films we discuss. We finally took the time to sort through all of the replies and pick our favorites! From fan mail, to sequel ideas to bullying stories, we've got it all! Did your reply make the cut? Listen and find out!

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

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May 14, 2019
Fatal Frame (2014) feat. Jenny Nulf
01:22:14

The Horror Queers are playing their way into the world of video game adaptations with the 2014 film Fatal Frame. "What? They made a movie out of Fatal Frame????", you ask? They most certainly did! Unfortunately, it never saw a North American release. Lucky for us (and you), it's streaming for free on YouTube! Sure, it is more of an adaptation of the video game franchise's themes than its plot, but the Camera Obscura does make a cameo! Is this the best video game movie ever made? Depending on whether or not you see Pokémon: Detective Pikachu this weekend, maybe!

Joining the boys to discuss this atmospheric tale of Japanese lesbians, ghosts and cursed photograph (the "fatal frame," if you will) is Jenny Nulf, the Director of Programming for the Austin Asian American Film Festival! Her knowledge of Japanese culture and creepy ghost girls brings a necessary outside perspective to the episode.

Laugh along as Joe butchers every single name (seriously, he gets them wrong even after he's been corrected), takes a pot shot at Madonna(!) and does some sort of ga(y)mer impersonation (discussing video games isn't a good look for Joe). Plus, Trace commandeers the weekly game (invoking Joe's wrath), the group discusses the film's murky stance on lesbianism and also try to figure out why it has 17(ish) endings.

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

> Jenny: @jennyleighx33

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May 08, 2019
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile (Patreon Clip)
05:11

The first full length Patron exclusive episode of May has arrived and it takes the form of a clad in 70s plaid Zac Efron! That's right, we're talking about the Ted Bundy Netflix property...or rather the three competing narratives that this film tries (and therefore fails) to tell!

There's a little singing, a little dressing down of John Malkovich and the Hollywood Foreign Press and questions about why Efron might actually be a murderer.

This episode is for patrons only! To download the full episode, head on over to our Patreon page and sign up today!

May 08, 2019
The Wicker Man (2006) feat. Cap Blackard
01:23:39

Not the bees! Not the bees! That's right, the Horror Queers are discussing Neil LaBute's camptastic trashterpiece The Wicker Man, and they are joined by Consequence of Sound's Cap Blackard! Join the threesome as they discuss Nicolas Cage's "performance," the constant punching of women and the prospect of a remake entitled The Wicker Butt. Plus, Cap graces the boys with her knowledge of Robin Hardy's original film and its long-delayed sequel, The Wicker Tree.

It's not all fun and games, however. Any discussions of the film come with the topic of misogyny that LaBute incorporated into his script. Does this film hate women? Listen and find out!

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

Cap: @capblackard

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May 01, 2019
Cemetery Man (1994)
01:14:28

Joe and Trace head abroad to Italy to walk Rupert Everett through his existential crisis in Michele Soavi's bizarro 1994 (or is it 1996?) zombie horror comedy. While both boys struggle with the bad dubbing, Joe is more appreciative of the film's mix of dry wit, philosophy and art history references than Trace, who reluctantly becomes more appreciative of the comedy as the episode progresses.

Along the way, they discuss queer trailblazer Rupert Everett's fall from leading man status, the film's comic origins and reference Brandon Routh A LOT. Finally, the sexist nature of the film's online reviews prompts Trace to make a listener request that should turn Twitter into an R-rated raunchfest for the next week.

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

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Apr 24, 2019
The Curse of La Llorona (Patreon Clip)
06:23

In the second Patreon exclusive episode of April, the boys discuss the sixth instalment of The Conjuring franchise...or is it a random stand-alone since Warner Brothers has seemingly walked back on that designation?

There's also discussion of the shoddy plotting, the film's treatment of POC and why Linda Cardellini is great, despite being the white lead in a bland appropriated story that deserved (and would have been better served with) a Mexican actress. Come for the dressing down of the film (Joe is extra profane) and stay for Trace's ranking of The Conjuring vs the Insidious franchises and where we think Annabelle Comes Home and The Conjuring 3 will go.

This episode is for patrons only! To download the full episode, head on over to our Patreon page and sign up today!

Apr 24, 2019
Psycho 2 (1983) feat. Michael Varrati
01:28:40

After 23 years of driving, the boys pick up Dead For Filth's multi-hyphenate Michael Varrati en route to a charming motel run by Anthony Perkins' Norman Bates. The trio discuss the film's categorization as a long in-development sequel, a slasher released during the height of the 80s craze and a cash grab.

Along the way they suggest that Meg Tilly's tough, but thankless "tofu" role as Mary is a mirror image of Norman and propose that Psycho 2 succeeds where Halloween (2018) fails by truly investigating grief and trauma.

Come for the ridiculous number of sidebar references/jokes about Psycho 3 and stay for the game, which asks Michael and Trace to cast a sequel to Gus Van Sant's shot-for-shot remake. Who does Trace name drop that irks Joe so much that Trace is banished to the corner? You'll have to listen to find out! 

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

Michael: @MichaelVarrati 

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Apr 17, 2019
Oculus (2014)
01:12:52

Who would have ever thought a movie about a killer mirror could actually be A) good and B) scary? That's right, the boys are discussing Mike Flanagan's 2014 film Oculus! Join Joe and Trace as they gush (pun intended) over Flanagan's oeuvre and discuss the role a sibling (or siblings) can play in the coming-out process.

Plus, the boys decide which killer mirror movie is better: Oculus or Alexandre Aja's Mirrors? Hint: it's not the one with Kiefer Sutherland.

We've even got some homework for our more devoted listeners this week!

1) Share your sibling's (or siblings') role(s) in your coming-out story.

2) Send us your Oculus sequel ideas.

3) And for those of you who don't like Oculus or find it difficult to relate to the characters: Why?

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

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Apr 10, 2019
Pet Sematary (Patreon Clip)
05:49

In the first Patreon exclusive episode of April, the boys discuss whether a personal connection to the material is necessary to grasp the horror, Joe proposes that the material is "grief for dummies" and Trace goes to bat for Amy Seimetz's performance as Rachel.

Other topics on the table: can this new film stand on its own feet, or is it doomed to suffer comparisons to previous iterations? How much of a deal breaker is that grim ending? And who is screenwriter Jeff Buhler fucking to grab all of these high profile projects?

This episode is for patrons only! To download the full episode, head on over to our Patreon page and sign up today!

Apr 10, 2019
Stage Fright (2014)
01:13:56

The boys have got pipes and they're FIERCE! That's right, this week they're headed to Center Stage: Camp for the Performing Arts to audition for the revival of "The Haunting of the Opera"! We're discussing Jerome Sable's slasher musical comedy Stage Fright! But mostly, we just want to know what went wrong with this film. It's neither funny nor scary, and it doesn't even have any good songs!

How do you have musical numbers, gory kills, (attempted) satire, Meat Loaf and Minnie Driver and still end up with this mess of a film? The Horror Queers aim to find out, all while testing out their own singing abilities, contemplating the utter uselessness of Camilla as a Final Girl and the film's incredibly anti-climactic killer reveal. 

Plus, why did Trace decide to drink half a bottle of wine before recording (and the other half during)? We will never know. What we do know is that drunk Trace discussing a film he doesn't like is mean

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

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Apr 03, 2019
Us (Patreon Clip)
05:00

In the final March Patreon episode, Joe and Trace discuss Jordan Peele's sophomore effort Us. Is it a better film than Get Out? Does it matter?

Join them as they debate the effectiveness of the comedy in the film, admire Lupita Nyong'o's powerhouse performance and try to decipher just what the rules of The Tethered are (and why the movie doesn't seem to care about sticking to them). Oh, and they compare Peele to M. Night Shyamalan....for some reason?

This episode is for patrons only! To download the full episode, head on over to our Patreon page and sign up today!

Mar 29, 2019
Daughters Of Darkness (1971) feat. Ale Gonzalez
01:17:31

Joe and Trace catch a train to France to spend time in a deserted hotel and drink milky blue liquor, picking up special guest Ale Gonzalez en route. The threesome can't help but gush over Delphine Seyrig's iconic performance as the Countess while gently mocking Blond Cher...er...Valerie (so bland!) and emasculated sissy Stefan.

Ale shares her encyclopedic knowledge about lesbian vampire films, Joe attempts to clarify the end of the film and Trace triumphs in his recognition of Stefan's queer connection.

Plus: this week's game includes THE BEST stunt casting for the remake (that will never be made)!  

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

Ale: @sick__66

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References

Zimmerman, Bonnie. "Daughters of Darkness: Lesbian Vampires." Jump Cut, No. 24-25, March 1981

Mar 27, 2019
Ravenous (1999)
01:19:52

Who's hungry...for a little man on man action? Joe and Trace trek to Northern California to stay at a delightful gay resort in the mountains where the soup is hearty and the men have a certain glow about them. That's right, it's the 20th anniversary of Antonia Bird's Ravenous!

The boys dig into yet another problematic production history (what's up with you, 1999-2000?), probe the positive/negative connotations of a queer reading of the film's take on cannibalism and ship the sultry bear trip finale for the film's unrequited lovers. Plus: Trace educates Joe on Grindr culture and shares his ideal preferred cannibal dish.

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

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References:

Grimminck, Robert. "10 Macho Blockbusters with Hidden Homoeroticism"

Jude & The Obscure. “What Is ‘Ravenous’ (1999) Actually About?

Ryan, Chris. "Eating to Live, Living to Eat: Cannibalism And Sexual Appetite in Ravenous"

Mar 20, 2019
Cherry Falls (2000) feat. Brennan Klein
01:18:21

It's a regular Hymen Holocaust this week as Joe and Trace detour into Cherry Falls, a place where no virgin is safe and problematic cross-dressing serial killers reside. They pick up special guest Brennan Klein (co-host of Scream 101 podcast and producer of Blumhouse's Attack of the Queerwolf!), who chimes in with his thoughts on all things related to Michael Biehn's "Biehn-pole."

The guys discuss the overt sexual tension between Brittany Murphy and Biehn (they're father and daughter!), foot-sucking fetishes and the use of dildos and model sharks as weapons.  Also up for debate: What exactly counts as sex in the climactic teen orgy? We have to know! CLASS DISMISSED!

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

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Mar 13, 2019
The Last House on the Left (Patreon Clip)
02:23

We return with a brand new Patreon-exclusive episode on Dennis Iliadis' remake of Wes Craven's seminal horror film The Last House on the Left, which is celebrating it's 10-year anniversary. We know, we know. We said we were only going to cover recent theatrically-released films for Patreon episodes, but March is a desert wasteland for new horror films, and Joe simply refused to watch Greta again after not loving it at TIFF. 

So here we are! The Last House on the Left. Join us as we both agree that *gasp* the original isn't really that great. If that turns you off, don't worry. We move on to the remake at the 10-minute mark so you can just fast-forward to that part if our opinions get your panties in a wad.

Moving on to the remake, we discuss how hard this movie fucks (Joe's phrase, not Trace's), Joe conflates a fireplace with a vagina somehow, and we try to figure out what possesses Trace to show this movie to unsuspecting friends and family members.

This episode is for patrons only! To download the full episode, head on over to our Patreon page and sign up today!

Mar 13, 2019
The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999)
01:31:50

Since the boys got a late start to Women in Horror Month, they've decided to continue it into the first week of March! Next up is Katt Shea's under-appreciated and ahead-of-its-time film The Rage: Carrie 2.

Join Joe and Trace as they take a deep dive into the troubled production of this much-maligned sequel. Topics on the table include but are not limited to: the truly despicable teenage characters, an enormous stuffed dog, Amy Irving's completely ineffectual guidance counselor, and Mena Suvari's predilection for projects with the word "American" in the title. And yes, they do address the fact that the remains of the OG Bates High School are still there for some reason. 

On a more serious note, they also discuss their experiences with bullying, narrowing them down to what they refer to as their "Carrie Moment."

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

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Mar 06, 2019
Always Shine (2016)
01:07:25

Join Joe and Trace on their weekend getaway to Big Sur as they try not to murder each other out of fame jealousy! That's right, we're watching Sophia Takal's Always Shine!

This chilling look into a very troubled female friendship between two competing actresses (portrayed by Caitlin FitzGerald and Mackenzie Davis) force the boys to ask some difficult questions: Why are outspoken women automatically deemed "bitchy" and/or "difficult" by our society? What makes a "good woman?" And finally, just what is a Sazerac (hint: it's not called a "Salesrack")? 

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

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Feb 27, 2019
Lyle (2014) feat. Stacie Ponder
01:17:19

Just in time for the back half of Women in Horror Month, the guys are joined by the one and only Stacie Ponder (of Final Girl and Gaylords of Darkness Podcast fame) for a threeway discussion of Stewart Thorndike’s Lyle, aka “lesbian Rosemary’s Baby”.

Stacie educates the guys on the film’s connection to lesbian web series F to 7th, Trace gets increasingly defensive about Sleepless in Seattle and Joe rails on Michael Che’s “performance” in the film. The group debates the best way to SPOILER tell your wife you’re planning to kill your second child, the efficacy of Checkov’s Baby Pool Straps and lays to rest that eternal question: do you poop when you give birth?

Plus: with more hosts, comes double the inane games as Joe forces both Stacie and Trace to prove their creative mettle.

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

Stacie:@finalgrrl (Instagram) / Website

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Feb 20, 2019
Happy Death Day 2U (Patreon Clip)
05:55

This clip contains a minor spoiler - don't listen if you're completely averse

Ready to laugh until you die? On the second patrons-only bonus episode of February, the guys tackle Christopher Landon's 2019 sequel to his Groundhog Day slasher which is...much more of a comedy than a horror film!

Join us as we tackle the highs (Rothe's performance, the increased role of Danielle and a brand new montage), the lows (the lackluster killer reveal, the lab mates) and the WTF (Joe has no time or patience for Dean Bronson). 

We also try our hand at a little harmony before brainstorming the poster, title and plot for the potential final entry in the Happy Death Day franchise.

This episode is for patrons only! To download the full episode, head on over to our Patreon page and sign up today!

Feb 20, 2019
Happy Death Day (2017)
01:11:00

Join Joe and Trace as they relive Happy Death Day, then die.

Join Joe and Trace as they relive Happy Death Day, discuss why Jessica Rothe is so great, then die.

Join Joe and Trace as they relive Happy Death Day, discuss why Jessica Rothe is so great, review “out” director Chris Landon’s career, then die.

Ok, you get the idea. The guys talk about 2017’s fun slasher entry, Joe tries not to laugh over “Baby Face” and Trace uses every opportunity to use Danielle’s acerbic dialogue.

Plus: this week’s inane game cribs from the wonderful Kill By Kill Podcast to investigate which of Tree’s many, many deaths the boys would prefer to go out on.

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

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Show Notes:

Feb 13, 2019
Dead Ringers (1988)
01:19:36

Joe and Trace dress as $10 hookers and enter uncharted vaginal territory with David Cronenberg's gynaecological horror film Dead Ringers! Listen as Joe schools Trace on all things Canadian horror, including a crash course on the Canadian identity (whatever that means). The boys get up to their elbows in discussions of vaginal mutilation, gay panic and that absolutely bonkers surgery sequence featuring period blood-red KKK/nun's habit outfits. And just how the hell do you pronounce cinematographer Peter Suschitzky's name?

Finally, they ask the million dollar question: is there a queer twincestual relationship going on between brothers Beverly and Elliott?

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

Trace: @tracedthurman

Joe: @bstolemyremote

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Show Notes:

Feb 06, 2019
Velvet Buzzsaw (Patreon Clip)
03:00

Happy February! On the first patrons-only bonus episode of the month, the boys are discussing Dan Gilroy's (Nightcrawler) shockingly mediocre killer art satire Velvet Buzzsaw

It's a film that tries to do satire and horror and doesn't really succeed at either. Also, why cast Jake Gyllenhaal as a bisexual man but have him paired with a woman for 95% of its NEAR 2-HOUR RUNTIME?!

This episode is for patrons only! To download the full episode, head on over to our Patreon page and sign up today!

Feb 06, 2019
Swimfan (2002)
01:11:41

Squeeze into your Speedo because Joe and Trace are getting wet with Swimfan, the “baby Fatal Attraction” wannabe starring America’s 2002 boyfriend, Jesse Bradford, and the far-too-good-for-this-nonsense, Erika Christensen. Join us as we try to unpack the film’s many, MANY plot holes, laugh as Joe explains to Trace how pagers work and drink - at your own risk - whenever Trace says “panties”, “vagina” or impersonates poor Ms. Christensen.

Is this the film that breaks the Horror Queers? If laughter and incredulous responses are any indication, then the answer is a resounding Yes.

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

> Trace: @tracedthurman

> Joe: @bstolemyremote

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Jan 30, 2019
Jennifer's Body (2009)
01:13:14

Joe and Trace hit the Carousel for the ‘Low Shoulder’ concert and a lengthy chat about Jennifer’s Body, the horror classic from 2009. The guys break down the misunderstood film’s original reception by the "boy-run" media, its recent (re)appropriation by the horror community, its completely obvious queer intentions, as well as Karyn Kusama’s preferred “Unrated/Extended” cut.

Cross out the hatred because this film ROCKS.

Plus: This week's game requires the guys to create their own fake rock band names.

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

> Trace: @tracedthurman

> Joe: @bstolemyremote

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Show Notes:

Jan 23, 2019
Glass (Patreon Clip)
02:30

Here's a sneak peek of the guys' all-new full-length Patreon exclusive episode on M.Night Shyamalan's Glass. The guys break down the film's box office prospects, its controversial twist ending(s) and Joe shares his theories on a possible queer element...that Trace doesn't buy.

To download the full show, head over to our Patreon page and sign up today! For signing up, you'll also get our episode on Escape Room!

Jan 23, 2019
Hostel (2005)
01:16:22

Three episodes in and Joe and Trace are already ready for a vacation…in straight white homophobic hell. That’s right, we’re RIPPING into Eli Roth’s notorious 2004 torture porn flick Hostel, drilling down into the Josh/Salad Fingers relationship and questioning if Roth, the film or the characters are homophobic.  Mostly the guys just lament how much better Part Two is. 

Plus: in this week’s game Joe forces Trace to play “Archive or Trash It” with Roth’s filmography.

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

> Trace: @tracedthurman

> Joe: @bstolemyremote

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Show Notes:

  • Gartside, Will. “The Hostel Rhetoric of Torture: A Discourse Analysis of Torture.” Projections, Vol 7, Issue 1 (Summer 2013)

Jan 16, 2019
Scream (1996)
52:47

"Straight" out of the gate, Joe and Trace tackle the biggest horror film franchise of the 90s: Wes Craven's 1996 revisionist slasher Scream. Join the guys as they unpack all of the film's queer elements, including its metatextual references, its strong (read: bitchy) female characters, its "out" queer screenwriter and Billy & Stu's beautiful bro-mance of a love that dare not speak its name.

Also: Joe makes Trace play F/M/K with the film's male cast in the first of our wide-ranging (and mostly inane) podcast games.

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

> Trace: @tracedthurman

> Joe: @bstolemyremote

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Show Notes:

Jan 16, 2019
Speed Dating
01:07:28

Welcome to Horror Queers, a queer horror podcast based on Joe Lipsett & Trace Thurman’s long running article series on Bloody Disgusting. In this first episode, the guys introduce the Pod and themselves with a series of (overly personal) questions, “Speed Dating” style.

Discover their most anticipated horror films of 2019, who Trace’s first celebrity crush was, which gay sports Joe *doesn’t* play and, in a highly contentious and thoroughly scientific debate, which Hollywood Chris truly is the best!

Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with us on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers

> Trace: @tracedthurman

> Joe: @bstolemyremote

And check out our online articles on Bloody Disgusting: https://bloody-disgusting.com/tag/horror-queers/

Jan 09, 2019