The film has Patton explaining how negative reception of the film ultimately prompted him to quit acting.
 
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The movie explores the purported homoerotic subtext and the ways in which the movie affected both Patton and the larger gay community.
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A New Documentary asks the question Is “Nightmare 2” the gayest horror film ever? Many would say YAAAS!
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The gay elements are so pervasive in Nightmare 2 that the movie is getting its own documentary dealing with the subject. All of this stuff makes Nightmare 2 more interesting to watch, even as a cultural artifact of the time it was made.
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Scream Queen! looks to delve in to the world of the horror sequel in a way like never before.
 
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The real-life nightmare he endured as a gay actor working in the homophobic realm of 1980s Hollywood.
 
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Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street aims to take a look at the reception of the film back in 1985 and today, as well as the gay subculture in Hollywood during the 1980s.
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I encourage all other Freddy fans to check out this film
 
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The documentary explores the infamous homoerotic subtext and the special place the film holds in the Nightmare franchise
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The film explores why Patton dropped out of the public eye in 1987
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This is a story not just about Mark Patton, but about Hollywood’s gay subculture in the 1980s.
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Scream Queen! tackles topics, by highlighting the gay legacy of Nightmare On Elm Street 2, while documenting its impact within a very homophobic film industry.
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