10 Sep SLAYED! LGBTQ HORROR SHORTS
- October 20, 2019
- Sunday, 5:50PM to 7:25PM
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SLAYED! LGBTQ HORROR SHORTS
Sunday, 5:50PM to 7:25PM
October 20, 2019
It’s an exciting time for queer horror, which is in the midst of a powerful renaissance. Look no further than these varied queer stories, covering issues like safe sex, religious persecution, identity confusion and closeted fears all through the genre’s lens.
Jeremiah, dir. Kenya Gillespie (USA)
A high school football star is being haunted by a mysterious spirit, one that forces him to face something he’s been suppressing for far too long.
Stigma, dir. David Velduque (Spain)
A late-night booty call turns into pure body horror hell after one of the participants gets bitten by a bug.
The Original, dir. Michelle Garza Cervera (United Kingdom)
The need for an experimental medical procedure on her lover leads Alana to have to make the toughest decision of her life.
Penance, dir. Kayden Phoenix (USA)
A group of queer millennials have finally had enough of their conversation therapy class.
Bathroom Troll, dir. Aaron Immediato (USA)
Desperate to get bullies to leave her alone for “not looking like a girl,” a teenager reluctantly turns to her mother’s ritualistic methods for help.
Docking, dir. Trevor Anderson (Canada)
No one really knows what’s happening up in space.
Switch, dir. Marion Renard (Belgium)
In the heat of her first sexual experience, a teenage girl learns something about herself that will change the lives of everyone around her.