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hollywood


by tim parks


ready to sear new images into our retinas with the intensity of the sun, I thought it would be fun to delve into some past favorites.


Seeing as there are few movies looming on the summer horizon, Nightmare on Elm Street SUMMER the 13th


For me, the summers of my youth always brought the promise of a new Friday or a Nightmare on Elm Street and during those respective movie run


times, I felt that I belonged with my contemporaries, in the shared experience of being scared in the dark and rooting for the final girl. And there were plenty of monsters hiding in my particular closet that I had yet to take on, like any number of the strong women that faced off with Jason or Freddy. Cue, the tiny violin. Scrap that, call in the entire tiny symphony!


28 ragemonthly.com | August 2020


However, I always yearned to see maybe one gay character onscreen. Alas, the closest I got to that was Mark Patton’s portrayal of Jesse Walsh in A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge – but more on that later. As the years have worn on, I still look upon these horror movies with apprecia- tion and have learned, through the magic of the interwebs, that although there weren’t any gay characters to root for, some of them were being played by gay actors.


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