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Best Queerhorror podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Queerhorror podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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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.
 
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We're kicking off Women in Horror Month with a confusing and frankly boring erotic thriller about a threatening lesbian roommate, written by a gay man, for straight male audiences. Joining us for the ride are the two Amys (Kasio and Ketchum) of Double A Horror Highway, who help to unpack the film's mushroom cut hairstyles, portable computing device…
 
Anniversary month is dead! Long live Birthday month! To get the ball rolling, Joe has selected a terrible (read: great) film from his beloved Hellraiser franchise. Of course he opted for the fourth film - the one in space! - directed by none other than fake DGA moniker Alan Smithee (actually FX master Kevin Yagher). Folks, we have yet another super…
 
Grab your first edition copy of The Iliad, because we're closing out our anniversary month by covering Rob Cohen's (The Fast and the Furious, xXx) The Boy Next Door, an erotic thriller that is neither erotic nor thrilling! Joining us for this riff-fest is noted The Boy Next Door defender (and fellow Bloody Disgusting columnist) Matt Donato, and he'…
 
Anniversary month continues as the boys head back to high school, bitches! Along with special guest PRIMO the ALIEN, we're digging into co-directors Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson's remake of their own film, which is itself a franchise non-starter (Part One, you say? Show us the receipts!) Despite a killer opening, this film certainly did not "blu…
 
Just in time for the last episode of the year before the holidays, the boys hit the time machine and travel back to Briarcliff Manor circa 1964 to party with the oppressed queers of American Horror Story: Asylum. Joining us for the fun is Vox's Emily VanDerWerff, who actually recapped the series back in 2012! The second season of the FX anthology s…
 
Just in time for the 45th anniversary of Bob Clark's iconic 1974 original film and the release of its second remake, the Horror Queers are celebrating the holidays with some eye bolas masquerading as Christmas tree ornaments in Glen Morgan's 2006 remake of Black Christmas! Joining them for this festive event is Alex Wiggins, the Acquisitions Superv…
 
The Horror Queers are celebrating their 50th episode with a Very Special Episode discussing.....pedophilia? And The X-Files? If that sounds like a weird combination, it's because it is. Luckily, they have Trace's better half (i.e., husband) and X-Files stan Ari Drew helping them through this momentous occasion! What's the best way to reward your fa…
 
It's time to hop aboard the Covenant and head over to Origae-6....oops! We mean this random mystery planet that didn't show up on any of our scans! But hey, it's probably fine, right? Joining us for our colonization mission is Drew Dietsch, co-host of the GenreVision and Fin Flicks podcasts! After kicking things off with a debate on who will work t…
 
With the start of November's cold weather, Trace and Joe head south to Mississippi to visit our favorite bickering gay couple: Louis and Lestat and their ADORABLE adopted daughter, Claudia. That's right, we're back in vampire territory as we tackle Neil Jordan's infamous adaptation of the iconic first novel in Anne Rice's The Vampire Chronicles jus…
 
You've asked and you've asked and you've asked! The boys are finally covering A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge, but there's a catch: it's LIVE! This means no editing took place in the post-production of this episode, so you get to hear all of their "ums," "uhs" and all other sorts of screw-ups. As part of Fantastic Fest's queer horror …
 
Happy Halloween, fellow Horror Queers! Here we are: the final week of our eight-week Camp Marathon! We're singing our hearts out, bathing in glitter and snorting just a *touch* of cocaine with Brian De Palma's musical rock opera horror film Phantom of the Paradise! Joining us for this phantasmagorical ride is self-described Phantom nut BJ Colangelo…
 
As the Camp marathon barrels on, Trace and Joe are joined by director Carter Smith to tackle our SECOND Wes Craven film in six weeks. The vibe is a little more reverent this time as the trio discusses the origin story of Craven's twisted idea, why the gentrification storyline feels more relevant now than ever and how adept the late director is at b…
 
The boys continue their camp marathon with one of their most celebrated films yet: LiLo's Razzie-winning, F CinemaScore-awarded, critical and commercial bomb I Know Who Killed Me! Is it Hitchcock? Is it De Palma? Is it giallo? Who can say?! Thankfully we have Gaylords of Darkness co-host Anthony Hudson here to help us unpack all of the stripper-y g…
 
Someone tell Vilmer that we’re on the way with pizza (seriously, tell him!), because we’re discussing the comedy masterpiece Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation, directed by a bunch of hacks the co-writer of the original The Texas Chain Saw Massacre: Kim Henkel! Joining us is Stephanie Crawford, the co-host of the Screamcast podcast! In th…
 
The Horror Queers eight-week camp marathon continues as Joe and Trace journey to Hollywood (barely escaping a car wreck on Mulholland Drive) to visit the hippest new night club since Planet Hollywood: Tinsel. That's right, they're discussing Wes Craven's Cursed! Joining them is Tim O'Leary, creator of the upcoming queer web series DEMONHUNTR! They …
 
The Horror Queers are getting a head start on Friday the 13th celebrations with a visit to Crystal Lake in Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday! Joe and Trace are joined by fellow Bloody Disgusting columnist Alice Collins in an episode that might as well be called E! True Hollywood Story: Jason Goes to Hell. Together, they will try to do the imposs…
 
In an episode almost as long as its source material, the boys kick off Stephen King week with a trip to Derry alongside resident expert Michael Roffman (Editor-In-Chief of Consequence of Sound and co-host of The Losers Club podcast). EVERYTHING is on the table: Coming of age narratives, bad CGI, the appeal of dancing clowns, as well as Derry and Pe…
 
The boys are having their first foursome as they discuss Sean Byrne's drill-happy 2009 film The Loved Ones with the hosts of Dirty Little Horror Podcast! Self-proclaimed Britney Spears enthusiast Charles Rockhill and resident Australian Christopher Downs crash Joe and Trace's party to weigh in on the film's queer icon (and completely cuckoo bananas…
 
After so many months, the boys are ready to embrace facts: they are social media darlings and the world needs to know it! With Dani Ryan along for the ride, the trio "Like and Fave" Tyler MacIntyre's astute meta-comedy about two aspiring serial (or is it spree?) killers on the cusp of graduating high school with a body count. Up for discussion: Are…
 
The boys fall through the 3D printer as they tackle their very first stop-motion animated family film. Thankfully they have help from Brenna Clarke Gray, the co-host of Joe's other podcast - Hazel & Katniss & Harry & Starr, which focuses on Young Adult literature adaptations. Brenna's vast range of experiences (English professor, mother, former voi…
 
Joe and Trace traverse the spooky halls of Dark Castle Entertainment to discuss Jaume Collet-Serra's (The Shallows, House of Wax) creepy-kid movie Orphan! Joining them on their tour is Sade Sellers, one of the co-hosts of the Afro Horror Podcast! Her expertise on black horror cinema proves crucial when the boys analyze Sister Abigail (C.C.H. Pounde…
 
The boys are jumping across the pond this week to meet up with journalist David Opie to discuss the first season series of Britain's queer zombie show In the Flesh! Feeling intimidated be a whole season series of TV? Never fear! Because it's British, it's only three episodes long! And it's available on Amazon Prime and Hulu! Join them as they discu…
 
For the final entry in the Summer of Franchises, the boys grab Brian Particelli for a camping weekend at Black Lake. There they discover misogyny, bears and a profane Betty White…because they are firmly ensconced in a rom-com masquerading as a creature feature, written by none other than David E. Kelley. The boys attempt to break down the comedy to…
 
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