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Terrifying Threesomes & Other Scary Halloween Treats

Sometimes we like something long and satisfying that we can really sink our teeth into, but on other occasions, bite-size works just fine, too.

That’s kind of our mantra for a trio of our favorite things: hookups, candy and scary movies.

And speaking of things that come in threes, the new season of Bite Size Halloween on Hulu features a 14-minute short called Unicorn that’s easily one of the funniest micro-movies we’ve seen in ages.

You can watch the full movie right here without even heading over to Hulu:

The first season of Bite Size Halloween featured mostly films that were only a minute or two long, often not enough time to deliver anything substantive, let alone scary. What’s cool this season, too, is that six of the 18 episodes feature LGBTQ characters and/or behind-the-scenes creators.

So anytime this October you have a few minutes to spare, click on a title and get a little scare.

Bite Size Halloween
Episodes now streaming
hulu.com

Photo courtesy of Hulu

Here’s a full list of the LGBTQ episodes with brief descriptions provide by Hulu:

Episode 5 – UNICORN
In Unicorn, a bisexual man meets an attractive couple to explore the possibilities of life as a ‘unicorn.’– a drama-free, emotionally non-threatening third. This short includes themes of bisexuality and polyamory. Writer & actor Charles Gould (he/him) identifies as bisexual or, as he calls it, Bi-sezzie.

Episode 11 – STRUCK
Struck depicts a lesbian couple where one of the young women has an electrifying out-of-body experience. Writer and director Nichola Wong (she/her) identifies as part of the LGBT community.

Episode 13 – THE NEW NANNY

With a little magic, the new nanny helps a non-binary child deal with bullies and find self-acceptance.

Episode 14 – RED IS THE COLOR OF BEAUTY

Writer/Director Beck Kitsis (she/her) identifies as part of the LGBTQIA2S+ community.

Episode 15 – FREEBIRTH

Freebirth depicts a lesbian couple’s all-natural birth in the woods turning into an overwhelming nightmare.

Episode 18 – UPROOTED
Using a little magic to revive a houseplant has unexpected consequences for a lesbian couple in Uprooted. Writer/Director Ann Marie Pace (she/her) is bisexual and drawn to stories of identity and discovering your inner truth when you don’t just fit one box.