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In , I was just entering my teenage years. If I had seen Jennifer's Body then, when it first came out, it probably wouldn't have taken another 10 years to realise I was bisexual. But it wasn't just me who missed out on this film, the story of a cheerleader who is turned into a monster in a failed satanic ritual. More like this: - The film that broke several taboos - The sci-fi that predicted modern crises - The most outrageous film ever made? At first glance, it might appear to be the perfect Halloween flick for an year-old guy, especially since that man-eating demon is played by Megan Fox alongside Amanda Seyfried, who played Jennifer's best friend Needy. It arguably garnered a more negative reception than another cheesy romp might have, because people were expecting more from its writer, Diablo Cody, and director Karyn Kusama, best known for acclaimed indie movies Juno and Girlfight, respectively. Over the last few years, though, Jennifer's Body has been rediscovered as a lost feminist classic, an emblem of the MeToo movement. Critics are now discussing how it failed its intended audience by allowing what was an inherently female story to be marketed as a sexy flick for teenage boys. Yet despite that reappraisal, the film's audience is still largely confined to its loyal cult following. In BBC Culture's film poll on the best films directed by women , Jennifer's Body didn't receive a single mention among the more than critics surveyed.