"Straight" out of the gate, Joe and Trace tackle the biggest horror film franchise of the 90s: Wes Craven's 1996 revisionist slasher Scream. Join the guys as they unpack all of the film's queer elements, including its metatextual references, its strong (read: bitchy) female characters, its "out" queer screenwriter and Billy & Stu's beautiful bro-mance of a love that dare not speak its name.
Also: Joe makes Trace play F/M/K with the film's male cast in the first of our wide-ranging (and mostly inane) podcast games.
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- Greven, David. "Fears of a Millennial Masculinity: Scream’s Queer Killers" in Michael DeAngelis’ Reading the bromance: Homosocial relationships in film and television (2004)
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