Paul Etheredge reflects on 15 years of ‘Hellbent’ — Bloody Flicks

Fifteen years after its theatrical release, slasher Hellbent has become one of the quintessential queer horror films. When two gay men are brutally beheaded in a West Hollywood park, a group of four gay friends decide to celebrate the Halloween Carnival by taking a grisly trip to the scene of the crime. What they don’t […]

via Paul Etheredge reflects on 15 years of ‘Hellbent’ — Bloody Flicks

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Festival occurring twice a year. In Toronto in June. And in Los Angeles in September. Showcasing the best of LGBT Short Films and Screenplays from around the world.

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