Queer For Fear Explores the History of LGBTQ Horror

Imagine the year is 1935. It’s a dark and stormy night in the midst of the Great Depression, the Hays Code banning motion picture portrayals of “sexual persuasion and immorality” is newly in effect, and you’re watching the Bride of Frankenstein spurn the man she was literally made for on the silver screen.

Maybe the scene—or the entire subtext-rich story&mda…

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