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Happy Halloween From Reelout


Reelout’s Community Lending Library has a BOOntiful collection of queer fear offerings to appeal to every Hallowed Queen at Halloween.  We are located just inside the William Street side entrance of the Sydenham Street United Church and are open from 10am to 3:30pm on October 31st and 11am to 5pm for the rest of the week.  Library membership is $20 and includes membership to our organization and is good for one year from date of sign-up!



American Horror Story Season 1 (pictured above with Zachary Quinto in latex.)

Buffy The Vampire Slayer (All Seasons)

Hex (First Season)

Torchwood (All Seasons)



The Frightening (pictured above)

Galaxy of Terror  (campy Sci-Fi horror)

Kingdom of the Spiders (campy 70s creature feature)

The Lost Boys (homoerotic 80s vampires)


A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge (best unintentionally (?) gay movie ever. Pictured Above)

Otto: Or, Up With Dead People (Bruce LaBruce’s Canadian/German gay zombie movie)

Twinklight (Vampire movie that takes out any eroticism in homoeroticism and goes right for the porn jugular.)

Wild Zero (Crazy rock n’ roll zombie movie from Japan with a trans twist)


The Cat and the Canary (Erotic filmmaker Radley Metzger’s homage to Agatha Christie)

Dressed to Kill (gender-bending serial killer and one of many Hollywood depictions of trans-identified folks as monsters. See Sleepaway Camp)


The Gay Bed & Breakfast of Terror (pictured above)

Grimm Love (“Felicity” meets a gay, cannibal serial killer)

Hellbent (best gay slasher movie EVER!)

High Tension (the queer content is a spoiler)

Into The Lion’s Den  (gay road trip goes wrong)

The Living End  (every Republican’s worst nightmare couple)

Mommie Dearest (Hollywood biopic of Joan Crawford, who is absolutely terrifying)

Pink Flamingos (you’ll want to take a hot shower and brush your teeth after watching this)

Pornography: A Thriller ( the dissappearence of a porn star gets creepy)





About Reelout

We host an 11-day queer film and video festival in Kingston, Canada in January/February each year!

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