TV Review: Queer For Fear: The History of Queer Horror

Having seen only the first two episodes of Shudder’s excellent queer horror doc, aptly titled Queer for Fear: The History of Queer Horror, I can safely say that I am obsessed with the direction and interviews from gay creative (and absolute legend) Bryan Fuller. We dive all the way back to the literary origins, laser-focused … Continue reading TV Review: Queer For Fear: The History of Queer Horror

TV Review: Interview with the Vampire

For as long as I can remember, Anne Rice’s iconic gothic book series The Vampire Chronicles has always epitomized everything I loved about vampire mythology. Perhaps even moreso than Dracula, anytime I see something vampire-related, I automatically compare it back to Rice’s golden standard. The last time her most famous creation, the vampire Lestat, was … Continue reading TV Review: Interview with the Vampire

TV Review: Resident Evil

Depending on one’s familiarity with the Resident Evil franchise—which now includes bestselling games across countless systems and nearly a dozen films both animated and live action—the mere announcement of a Netflix series based on the brand could be cause for both celebration and confusion. Where would this newest iteration fit within the framework of the … Continue reading TV Review: Resident Evil

TV Review: Spring Awakening: Those You’ve Known

Back in the summer of 2008 just before graduating high school, one of my closest friends suggested we go to an amazing Broadway show together from which she had heard rave reviews. Knowing little about said show before actually taking our seats at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre, Spring Awakening completely blew me away (and I … Continue reading TV Review: Spring Awakening: Those You’ve Known