This entry into the haunted house sub-genre may not scare you with ghosts, but it will scare you with the realities of domestic life in America.
Renny Harlin's "no homo" era artifact isn't really a gay movie, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy it.
The 1936 sequel to Tod Browning's immortal classic is far too subtle in its sapphic suggestiveness.
Though not without its obvious problematic elements, Brian De Palma's thriller handles sex work, therapy, and trans issues far better than many of its notable horror contemporaries.
Alain Guiraudie’s 2013 erotic horror thriller makes carnal selfishness sexy.