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Stupendous Tits

After dipping into the world of H.P. Lovecraft in Re-Animator (listen) and checking out an early adaptation of The Portrait of Dorian Gray (listen), somehow we’re already on our third episode of February. And while the holiday doesn’t line up, we couldn’t pass up a chance to revisit Friday the 13th (2009) for its fifteenth anniversary.

In the Marcus Nispel remake, a group of friends travel to the palatial country house of Trent (Travis Van Winkle) near what was once Camp Crystal Lake. As Trent’s girlfriend Jenna (Danielle Panabaker) bonds with Clay (Jared Padalecki) over the disappearance of his sister Whitney (Amanda Righetti), their friends Chewie (Aaron Yoo), Bree (Julianna Guill), Lawrence (Arlen Escarpeta), Nolan (Ryan Hansen) and Chelsea (Willa Ford) are being picked off one by one by Jason Voorhees (Derek Mears).

Who will survive their encounter with survivalist Jason? Can anything top the extended opening that condenses the first four films? And do those fields of pot actually matter? (It’s possible not even screenwriters Damian Shannon and Mark Swift know the answer to that last one!)

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Episode 269 – Friday the 13th (2009)

Keep those stupendous fake tits out of the field of pot because we’re talking Platinum Dunes’ 2009 remake, Friday the 13th.

Joining us to tackle perfect nipple placement, underwhelming kills, and all things Willa Ford is filmmaker Amir Moini.

Up for discussion: is the remake really that bad? Are the tunnels a dealbreaker? Is *anyone* surprised that Whitney survives and Jenna dies?

Plus: praise for Aaron Yoo, the ~24-minute opener, blood and nudity in the “Final Cut,” and a third swinging light death sequence!


Cross out Friday the 13th!

Coming up on Wednesday: We’re headed back to the origin of Horror Queers with a look at the title that started it all: Pedro Almodovar’s The Skin I Live In (2011).

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