While Bros just came out, this fall has plenty of more queer movies for you to check out. After you’ve gone to the theater to see Billy Eichner’s newest, gay AF romantic comedy, you can also check out these exciting new movies. Whether you like to go out to a theater or enjoy a movie at home on streaming, there are plenty of options for fans of queer movies this fall.
While it may sound like it’s about a feminine gay man or trans woman, Sissy actually follows a queer social media influencer played by Aisha Dee who runs into her former best friend after a decade apart. When she gets invited to the friend’s bachelorette party, she doesn’t realize that she’ll be subjected to a weekend stuck in a cabin with her high school bully.
Jamie Clayton takes on the intimidating mantle of the Hell Priest Pinhead in this new reboot of the classic horror franchise from gay writer Clive Barker. The movie follows a young woman struggling with addiction as she finds an ancient puzzle box, unaware that it summons the Cenobites, a group of sadistic demons from another dimension.
After disappointing reviews, Harry Styles’ gay cop movie will be released in American theaters this October and will be streaming on Prime Video on November 4. The movie follows Tom Burgess. a gay policeman in 1950 who marries a woman while being in a secret relationship with a man.
In Matriarch, a troubled lesbian named Laura Birch (Jemima Rooper) leaves the big city after an overdose and returns to the village she grew up in with her mother.
The film's description reads: “She soon discovers that the locals of the town are all protecting an unspeakably dark secret—a secret that involves not only her mother but her own terrifying destiny as well.”
Stop Motion master Henry Selick is back, this time with a script co-written by Jordan Peele. Peele and Keegan-Michael Key play the two titular demon brothers who ask 13-year-old Kat Elliot (Lyric Ross) to help summon them to the land of the living. Sam Zelaya co-stars as Raul, a trans boy who is Kat’s best friend.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is introducing another minor queer character in this sequel to Black Panther. I May Destroy You's Michaela Coel is playing Aneka, a member of the Dora Milaje who is queer and, in the comics, has a romance with Ayo, who is played by Florence Kasumba in the Black Panther movies.
Disney’s next “first gay” is its “first gay teen romance” in Strange World. Jaboukie Young-White plays Ethan Clade, the grandson of a legendary adventurer who’s family goes off on another adventure on a strange planet. In the movie he has a romance with another male character, Diazo.