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Top LGBT+ Horror Movies Revealed


It is the spooky season, and although found offensive by some religions including some progressive LGBT welcoming ones, it is customary for many people to watch uncanny, thriller and horror movies at this time of year.  The blog at gay and bi men's fashion brad Andrew Christian recommends some of its top queerest of spooky movies for the season, including the 1994 film Interview with A Vampire.  The top recommendation is Freddie's Revenge:  A Nightmare on Elm Street 2.  The blog notes "The gay screenwriter namazingly crafted a perfect gay horror movie without its straight producers even realizing. Upon release, one critic dubbed it "the gayest horror film ever". Sounds like a dream come true!"

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