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Published January 6, 2018 by biggayhorrorfan


If you don’t know what a GRUEmonkey is…then 2018 is your year to find out!

For me…it’s an awesome horror site with a decidedly queer influence. Nightmare on Elm Street 2’s Mark Patton contributes a regular feature and Scream Kings like James Duval, Daniel Radcliffe and Michael Maize are also focused on, as well. james

Importantly, women in the genre are celebrated and acknowledged there, too. Add a fun and funky design…and you’ve got a “what are you waiting for?!?” moment beginning to happen.

So…what ARE you waiting for?!?!? Check it out at  and/or right now!

Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!

A Splatter of Lavender

Published November 18, 2014 by biggayhorrorfan


If you’ve got some color, use it exuberantly! That’s exactly what new web presence A Splatter of Lavender is doing.

splatter of lavender 3Here, founder Samuel Glass, Jr. explores the queer side of horror by highlighting such directors as Bart Mastronardi and Alan Rowe Kelly and performers like Joe Zaso. He, also, offers up provocative opinion pieces and focuses on up and coming horror hunks. It’s fun!
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Give it a look at

Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!

The Art and Writing of Kate Davis

Published November 12, 2014 by biggayhorrorfan

Climbed a couple of cavernous mountains without protection? Fought off a pack of mildly satanic poodles with your bare hands? Pffft! You haven’t truly lived dangerously until you’ve checked out the amazing artistry of the genuinely amazing Kate Davis!

A prime journalistic contributor for Forces of Geek and an amazingly inventive terror artisan, Davis has recently launched a Facebook page, so that everyone (with any horror loving sense) can keep track of her latest accomplishments.

Her latest article for FOG is, also, pretty amazing. There, in two parts, she chronicles 30 genre epics that opened in 1984. Even the most studly walking filmography is bound to find some info in this fun and sassy expose that he/she previously hadn’t know about!

Bravo, Madame Davis!!!

Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!

FOG’s Kate Davis & Her Favorite Ladies of Horror!

Published May 29, 2014 by biggayhorrorfan

BGHF LOVES journalist Kate Davis!

BGHF LOVES journalist Kate Davis!

Sometimes when I suck on a jagged, heart shaped helium balloon I am filled with loads of love…especially for my favorite women in horror!

Of course, the ever-adorable, always crafty journalist Kate Davis holds a special place in my pantheon of ladies and I am particularly giddy over her latest piece for the Forces of Geek website. Here, Davis explores her most admired females characters in terror flicks and it is funny, revealing and amazingly on point.

Be sure to check it here. But be polite. A couple of these ferocious femmes just might snap your neck!

Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!

Celebrating Little Miss Horror Nerd!

Published May 21, 2014 by biggayhorrorfan

The awesome Little Miss Horror Nerd!

The awesome Little Miss Horror Nerd!

Occasionally, I will find my kind heart and decide to step over those dead bodies in the alley as opposed to crunching right on top of them!

But…my inspiration in this civic livelihood definitely has to be the divine Jessica Feeney, AKA the fabulous Little Miss Horror Nerd. One of the most supportive and vibrant personalities in the underground horror scene, this grand dame is forever promoting others on (the often bloody strands of)Twitter.

A smart journalist and cruelty free salesperson, she is all yours for the (deserved) following at a variety of sites including:

Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan

BJ Colangelo’s Day of the Woman

Published May 9, 2014 by biggayhorrorfan

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Granted, the spills and thrills of horror attract many to the genre. Those, though, who find a psychic and emotional link with everything terror strewn, from the sarcastic majesty of Freddy to quieter masterpieces like Lucky McKee’s May, will find much to enjoy with BJ Colangelo’s excellent Day of the Woman blog.

Colangelo, who recently wrote an emotionally revealing review of I Spit on Your Grave for (anthology book) Hidden Horror, often takes a psychological view on horror. But whether she is describing how scary movies helped her beat cancer or championing some obscure film or female filmmaker, she is always exciting and original, a voice that you definitely need to experience.

BGHF basking in the Colangelo glow!

BGHF basking in the Colangelo glow!

Be sure to keep up with the Colangelo and Day of the Woman at:

Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan