In this article, I examine a more or less randomly chosen internet list of the 'Ten Best Arthurian Films' to show that queerness rather broadly defined lurks (as is its wont) in the gaps, disruptions, and interstices of most Arthurian films. In films where it seems not to appear, its presence is most unsettling, as it seems to be replaced by subtle or overt gynophobia (not, note, homophobia, in a case of the hate that dare not speak its name). (DLH)