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Jennifer's Body

2009 film by Karyn Kusama, Mason Novick

Jennifer's Body

Released 10 September 2009 (13 years, 6 months ago)

Director Karyn Kusama and Mason Novick
Duration 102 minutes
Genre female buddy film, comedy horror, horror film and LGBT-related film
Composer Theodore Shapiro
Production company Fox Atomic
Country of origin United States of America
Screenwriter Diablo Cody
Producer Jason Reitman and Mason Novick

About Jennifer's Body

Jennifer's Body, the 2009 horror-comedy film directed by Karyn Kusama, is a cult classic that has gained a devoted following in the years since its release. Starring Megan Fox as the titular character, a high school cheerleader who becomes possessed by a demon and starts feeding on her male classmates, the film is a subversive take on the traditional horror genre.

While Jennifer's Body received mixed reviews upon its initial release, it has since been reappraised as a feminist statement and a commentary on the objectification of women in Hollywood. The film's screenplay, written by Diablo Cody, is filled with witty one-liners and pop culture references, and the soundtrack features contributions from indie rock bands like Metric and Florence + The Machine.

Despite its flaws, Jennifer's Body remains a unique and entertaining film that deserves to be rediscovered by horror fans. As Rolling Stone's Peter Travers wrote in his review, "Jennifer's Body is a wild ride that takes the horror genre to new and unexpected places."


- Travers, Peter. "Jennifer's Body." Rolling Stone, 18 Sep. 2009,

- Rotten Tomatoes. "Jennifer's Body (2009)."

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