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Dead for Filth with Michael Varrati

By REVRY Studios

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From the ooky spooky mind of horror personality and screenwriter, Michael Varrati, comes the REVRY Original Podcast "Dead For Filth", for all things queer horror and beyond. Dead For Filth will bring you the best queer & horror icons out of the closet and into the night to talk about the genre they love.

Customer Reviews

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Only a few episodes deep and already one of my favorite podcasts. Michael's a great host and so cine/genre-knowledgable. Great guests -- Kansas Bowling ep is particularly great.

Subscribe. Pass it on. Tell 20 of your friends.

PS - Dream guest: John Waters

Thank You for this PodCast!

Been looking for other glbtq+ horror fans and seems 2017 has been getting more and more coming out of the tombs and basements.

If on a road trip or near WV shall be glad to take you to some haunts and graveyards. Live near now the outed Mothman.

What a Treat for Halloween!

Great fun listening to Michael Varrati interview Thomas Dekker on the Halloween episode! You guys are so knowledgeable about the horror genre. I liked how Thomas paralleled the isolation sometimes associated with discovering one's place in the LGBTQIA community, with a lot of horror scenarios. Very thoughtful discussion. I attend a monthly Women in Horror film class where we talk about women's roles in horror films. We also focus on how LGBTQIA and POC are treated. Your discussion fit right in. I'll share the podcast with the group. Also, thanks for the huge list of horror film suggestions! I already knew some of them from Thomas's 10 Days of Halloween, but it was good to be reminded of what I still need to watch. I have my work set out for me.