Fright Flick is the latest offering from writer/director Israel Luna (Ticked Off Trannies With Knives). The movie is a gay parody of slasher flicks, while also trying to pay tribute to the best of the genre. The story follows a group of people on the set of a horror film where actual murders begin taking place that mirror the gruesome killings in the script.
The film just came out on DVD so it’s readily accessible on Netflix, or wherever you get your DVDs, but beware becasue the reviews haven’t exactly been kind. But reviewers aren’t typically kind to horror films in general anyway, so that shouldn’t phase the film’s core demographic.
Here’s the trailer: