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Tuesday, July 14, 2020

[Horror Queers Podcast] Patchwork Friends from Predatory Lesbians and Dudebro Filmmakers in ‘May’

Pussy Melons.

The weather outside may be scorching, but we’ve barely recovered from our fourth of July double-bill of I Know What You Did Last Summer on the main feed and I Still Know… on Patreon. With all of our friends killed by the fisherman, we – along with Katie Rife of The AV Club – are on the look-out for some new people to connect with, which makes this a great time to watch Lucky McKee‘s feature directorial debut!

In the film, loner May (Angela Bettis) has an eye for parts, specifically the hands on local car mechanic / douchebag Adam (Jeremy Sisto) and the neck on flirty lesbian co-worker Polly (Anna Faris). May has always been a little odd as a result of her lazy eye and over-protective mother, but when she finds it difficult to connect with others as an adult, she’s willing to resort to homicidal actions in order to create a friend who will never leave her.

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Episode 81 – May (2002)

After multiple requests, the time has finally come to crack the glass and dive deep into the sad, introverted, homicidal world of May, Lucky McKee’s 2002 feature directorial debut, starring UBER talented actress Angela Bettis.

Along for the ride is The AV Club’s Katie Rife, who joins the boys to dissect Anna Faris’ predatory lesbian Polly, Jeremy Sisto’s fuck boy Adam (and his Horror Bro short film) and poor May, who we are equally drawn to and horrified by.

Up for discussion: why Trace hates the word “gams”, melons as a lesbian seduction tactic, Rian Johnson’s not-so-secret obsession with the film, speculation about which character is a McKee stand-in and debate about whether we give May a pass because she’s female (thanks BJ Colangelo!). Also, Katie needs to investigate her vet sister’s basement for bodies.


Cross out May!

Coming up on Wednesday: We’re in full-on Michelle Pfeiffer worship mode as we climb into the bath to celebrate the 20th anniversary of What Lies Beneath (2000)!

– Joe & Trace

P.S.  We’re fine tuning our next editorial on 1977’s Alucarda, but in the meantime you can read last month’s editorial about 2016’s Pitchfork, the queer baiting slasher, as well as all of the old articles, here.

P.P.S. July marks the return of new VOD movies on the Patreon. In addition to the audio commentary on I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, we’ve already dropped full-length episodes on Shudder’s The Beach House, as well as Sundance favorite Relic.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/podcasts/3623222/horror-queers-podcast-patchwork-friends-predatory-lesbians-dudebro-filmmakers-may/

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