There are so many cold, cool femmes in my life that I want to make out with, but I also want to test their grit. The best way for me to see if a date passes muster is to watch a fucked up horror film that I really enjoy with them.
The fearsome thriller exposes the horror of unsupportive white partners.
It’s officially October, which means it’s time to break out the horror movies. Here are a few suggestions to win over your summer crush that will be gone by spring.
Using Barbara Creed’s ‘The Monstrous Feminine’ as a guide, I take you on a journey of exploration and analysis across the lethal lesbian kisses of horror history.
We’re all used to watching movies and rooting for the lesbians to live — lesbian horror movies make the gamble that everyone else in the audience will, too.
The new Netflix reboot of Shirley Jackson’s classic has made a lot of changes; one thing that’s stayed, though, is kickass horror lesbian Theo — now with a whole backstory of complicated family trauma!
15 horror movies that we can’t promise you won’t regret watching, but at least mostly avoid some of the more eye-rolling tropes of queer women in horror.
This film explores some of my favorite themes all in one glossy, campy, self-aware package: misandry, women being extremely gay together, principled revenge, and the triumph of aught culture.
The game is wonderful and engaging and beautiful and, primarily, disturbing as all get ou
7. The Ghost of Hope for the Future of America
What followed was absolute chaos. Pure, unadulterated terror. Those haunted house reaction pictures at the moment of surprise come to life. Girls were shoving each other out of the way but where we were running was unclear. Off the earth? Possibly.
Remember children, these movies are imaginary, but the horror is real.