By Miruna Tiberiu
GagaOOLala is a Taiwan-based streaming service which aims to bring together queer stories of all genres from around the world. As the first LGBT-focused media platform in Asia, GagaOOLala curates feature films, shorts, documentaries, and series from the past few years, as well as producing its own original content. This month’s bulletin is dedicated to all things Halloween. Whether a biting political satire portrayed through the hazy supernatural lens, an uplifting musical about lesbians in the 1940s, or a psychological study on love and power relations, these films provide new and refreshing takes on what it means to make a queer horror film today.
Pyotr495 (2016), dir. Blake Mawson