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"Devil's Path"  (2018) is sold as a psychological gay horror film- the actors are good and the first time director creates some suspense- but the script is too contrived-I found is slow, dark and depressing- and it needed some sex!- you can watch it on Amazon Prime ans Tubi for free

 

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"The Phone Call" (1989) Michael Sarrazin plays a straight married man who becomes the target of a gay psycho who he meets in sex phone line!  Yes it "Fatal Attraction" meets " The Boys in the Band" and it's as ridiculous as it sounds.   The made in Canada movie plays like a movie of the week- with the Sarrazin's dealing with his friends and co-workers homophobia once they see him getting kissed by the stalker.   You can see the entire extremely dated movie on You Tube.

 

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Not a horror movie, but more of a thriller, the 2013 French film Stranger by the Lake.  It takes place on a sunny lakeside beach - what could go wrong?

Would have been rated NC-17 in the U.S. if it had been submitted to the MPAA for rating, due to its sex scenes.

Review: Stranger by the Lake (2013)

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1 minute ago, txfilmfan said:

Not a horror movie, but more of a thriller, the 2013 French film Stranger by the Lake.  It takes place on a sunny lakeside beach - what could go wrong?

Would have been rated NC-17 in the U.S. if it had been submitted to the MPAA for rating, due to its sex scenes.

Review: Stranger by the Lake (2013)

It's very sexy with lots of nudity- the climax is like  Jason goes Crusing

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A group of young people fall under the influence of a mysterious creature that lives beneath "Harvest Lake" (2016) This dark erotic fantasy is like a David Lynch film with plenty of nudity and every form of sex- straight, gay, bi and inter species.    A slow moving but strangely beautiful film. You can see it for free on Tubi TV and Amazon prime

 

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Not a gay horror movie, per se, but TROG features Joan Crawford and a nice scene in which hunky cave explorers (including beefcake legend John Hamill) strip down to their boxers.

In the original version of THE BLOB, I think two of the teenagers can be read as a gay couple.  While the other guys are paired off with girls, these two are always together.  It's been a while since I've seen it, but I recall a scene in which the two of them emerge from the bushes, claiming to have been looking for the monster, but giving off a guilty, "caught in the act" vibe.

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A few years ago, I posted something about Chuck and Buck (2000). Jaragon replied that it looks like a horror movie. At times, it certainly feels like one. There's one scene that made me want to run out of the room screaming. That scene is on YouTube, but I won't post it here.

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On 10/11/2021 at 2:32 PM, Swithin said:

A few years ago, I posted something about Chuck and Buck (2000). Jaragon replied that it looks like a horror movie. At times, it certainly feels like one. There's one scene that made me want to run out of the room screaming. That scene is on YouTube, but I won't post it here.

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This movie looks too close to real life

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On 10/11/2021 at 9:36 AM, PhillyCinephile said:

Not a gay horror movie, per se, but TROG features Joan Crawford and a nice scene in which hunky cave explorers (including beefcake legend John Hamill) strip down to their boxers.

In the original version of THE BLOB, I think two of the teenagers can be read as a gay couple.  While the other guys are paired off with girls, these two are always together.  It's been a while since I've seen it, but I recall a scene in which the two of them emerge from the bushes, claiming to have been looking for the monster, but giving off a guilty, "caught in the act" vibe.

Now you gave me a reason to watch these two classics

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As part of my revisiting of the Universal monster classics, I watched THE MUMMY'S CURSE (1944) last night.  Found myself intrigued by the relationship between the prissy and pretty Dr. Ilzor Zardad (Peter Coe) and his weaselly but oddly sexy rough trade assistant Ragheb (Martin Kosleck).  

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9 hours ago, PhillyCinephile said:

As part of my revisiting of the Universal monster classics, I watched THE MUMMY'S CURSE (1944) last night.  Found myself intrigued by the relationship between the prissy and pretty Dr. Ilzor Zardad (Peter Coe) and his weaselly but oddly sexy rough trade assistant Ragheb (Martin Kosleck).  

Kosleck always seem to have a gay subtext in these films

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On 10/21/2021 at 6:47 PM, jaragon said:

This movie looks too close to real life

I saw Chuck and Buck about 10 years ago. It's a strange little film with an offbeat musical theme. It's creepy and a little disturbing, but it's also quite humorous and intriguing. Chuck and Buck were childhood best friends and playmates, who as young kids evidently had some youthful sexual encounters with each other. Fastforward 15 years since they've last seen each other. Chuck has moved to California, has become a successful up-and-coming young executive, and has a fiance. Buck is intellectually slow, and has remained at home with his Mom,  who's just died. He sends an invitation to Chuck to come to the funeral.  Chuck, evidently remembering their close childhood friendship, accepts the invitation, returns home for the funeral, offers his condolences to Buck, then flies back to California. But the short visit re-ignites Buck's feelings for him. Buck never moved on from their boyhood friendship, and that was the happiest, most defining period of his life.

Buck moves out to California, and begins to insinuate himself into Chuck's life, hoping to renew their close childhood  relationship. Chuck attempts to be polite, but Buck really doesn't fit into his new lifestyle, they no longer have anything in common.  And Buck is so obsessed with renewing the old friendship that he turns into a stalker.

It's a creepy situation, but it has its humorous moments.  And it deals with a very realistic situation in which an intellectually-impaired individual is trying to find love and meaning in his life even though it's no longer appropriate.   I liked the film,  and had some sympathy for Buck, notwithstanding his inappropriate actions. It reflected a unique, realistic situation. But a friend of mine, who I watched the movie with, hated it, and considered the film a waste of time. Some folks are going to like it, others aren't. It's different from anything else I've seen. It does have an upbeat ending.

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23 hours ago, ronnoco28 said:

I saw Chuck and Buck about 10 years ago. It's a strange little film with an offbeat musical theme. It's creepy and a little disturbing, but it's also quite humorous and intriguing. Chuck and Buck were childhood best friends and playmates, who as young kids evidently had some youthful sexual encounters with each other. Fastforward 15 years since they've last seen each other. Chuck has moved to California, has become a successful up-and-coming young executive, and has a fiance. Buck is intellectually slow, and has remained at home with his Mom,  who's just died. He sends an invitation to Chuck to come to the funeral.  Chuck, evidently remembering their close childhood friendship, accepts the invitation, returns home for the funeral, offers his condolences to Buck, then flies back to California. But the short visit re-ignites Buck's feelings for him. Buck never moved on from their boyhood friendship, and that was the happiest, most defining period of his life.

Buck moves out to California, and begins to insinuate himself into Chuck's life, hoping to renew their close childhood  relationship. Chuck attempts to be polite, but Buck really doesn't fit into his new lifestyle, they no longer have anything in common.  And Buck is so obsessed with renewing the old friendship that he turns into a stalker.

It's a creepy situation, but it has its humorous moments.  And it deals with a very realistic situation in which an intellectually-impaired individual is trying to find love and meaning in his life even though it's no longer appropriate.   I liked the film,  and had some sympathy for Buck, notwithstanding his inappropriate actions. It reflected a unique, realistic situation. But a friend of mine, who I watched the movie with, hated it, and considered the film a waste of time. Some folks are going to like it, others aren't. It's different from anything else I've seen. It does have an upbeat ending.

It sounds both creepy and depressing- I have a Buck in my own life- a guy who I've been friends since were were in high school.  He recently confessed to me that he into transgender women- but I have a feeling he is actually a closet gay but does not have the courage to admit it.  He keeps telling me we should sleep together but in a non sexual way- I have zero interest in this person in one way or another.

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