They/Them takes us to summer camp. But this isn’t your typical retreat filled with hot and bothered teens—it’s a gay conversion camp.

And while that’s a horrifying enough prospect as is, these young queers have no idea what’s in store for them.Therein lies the (blood-covered) hook of Academy Award-nominated writer John Logan’s directorial debut, the latest feature to mix scares and social commentary from modern horror maestros Blumhouse Productions (the studio who made Get Out, The Invisible Man, and more).Related: A quiet queer star.

An 80s horror romp. Did people know it’s this gay?Pronounced “they-slash-them,” the film follows a group of LGBTQ individuals who—mostly against their will—arrive at Whistler Camp, a woodland conversion retreat that aims to scare them straight.