Bruce LaBruce’s Otto; or, Up with Dead People trailer
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Bruce LaBruce’s Otto; or, Up with Dead People trailer

Otto; or, Up with Dead People, Bruce LaBruce

It isn’t (one presumes) always easy being undead, especially if you’re gay. It’s not even easy promoting movies about how difficult it is to be undead and gay, and the trailer for Bruce LaBruce’s Otto had to be re-cut after violating Youtube’s arcane terms of service. With a few Frankenstein-style chops, stitches and sutures it’s been once more rendered fit for broadcast, in time to mark APEngine’s chat with Bruce about his new gay zombie film and Let Me Feel Your Finger First’s Uncle Hans-Peter Party, an event brought to you by minds as just as keen on Germanic nomenclature and homosexual zombies as LaBruce is.

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