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‘Queer for Fear’ Review – One of Us

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Nov 5 2022

The One of Us crew’s Queer for Fear review applauds the horror history documentary from Shudder. This one is a must see.

Whatever you identify as, knowing that a lot of our modern horror shares roots with queer history is important. A lot of writers/directors/artists, all queer in their own way, have contributed to the genre in ways you might not fully understand. The documentary series does a wonderful job studying film through a queer lens, that’s it’s almost impossible to see it any other way. Queer For Fear is a must for horror junkies and film nerds who like to study film theory/history.

Queer for Fear Review

There’s no divergence of opinions here between Rose, Jordan, Tessa, and Chad. Queer For Fear is a must see for any horror fan. Do yourself a favor, watch the doc, and try not to dance too hard when the opening credits drop.

Podcast Link – Apple Podcasts


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