A film like this, with minimal queer presence, is not only not marketed to queer people, but could not be said to be a queer story because the story it tells is one that centers straight people, that tells a stereotypically boring heternormative tale of masculine violence of repressed emotion, misogyny, and competition. The queer people in this story aren't stereotypes, but they are offensive caricatures. Their queerness is used as a prop to make them "strange" rather than as something about their deeper identities. It's a very, very bleak punchline in a very, very bleak story, something used to make something seem edgier. It's superficial and demonizing, and the violence against the queer people in this is exaggerated and cruel (just as is much of the violence in the film). It's sickening to watch not because it's violence, but because it's pointlessly sadistic.
Pride count: 2/30