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The upcoming documentary film focusing on the gay experience in Hollywood Horror from director Tyler Jensen titled SCREAM, QUEEN!: MY NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET explores how that experience has changed in the three decades since Mark Patton's controversial portrayal of Jesse Walsh, the object of Freddy Krueger's latent desire in Nightmare on Elm Street 2. The documentary examines the infamous homoerotic subtext and the special place the film holds in the Nightmare franchise as well as the gay film canon. The movie was considered controversial at the time of its release and is now being looked back upon with a new appreciation and fondness by Horror aficionados and fans of the series.
The official trailer has finally arrived. You will find that down below.
“Thirty years later, join Mark as he asks what all the fuss was about when teenager Jesse Walsh danced just a little too freely and screamed a little too loudly while running from everybody's favorite crispy, wise-cracking villain. Scream, Queen! features interviews with celebrities, film historians and fans to bring a deeper understanding of the social and political climate back when the film was released in 1985, as well as the positive and negative reactions it received - and how those reactions compare to the reactions of today's audiences.”