This is a 2002 produced documentary on the making of Pirromount’s 1988 gender-bending comedy, Curse of the Queerwolf. Utilizing behind-the-scene photos and rare outtakes, the filmmakers take you on a look behind one of the strangest movies ever made. Shot on a budget of around $10,000, Curse of the Queerwolf was a small independent film that many consider was ahead of its time. Produced long before shows like “South Park” and “Family Guy,” made gay themed gags commonplace, director Mark Pirro took on a taboo subject with a vengeance. This documentary includes interviews with performers Taylor Whitney, Kent Butler, Forrest J Ackerman, Mark Pirro and Rodney Trappe.
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