In some ways, this is a very special episode of Aughtsterion, because it revolves around a movie that is truly a mega-mix of the decade. Sorority Row is the melting pot of everything superficial and calloused about the 2000s, but executed in such a way as to make it deliciously addictive and a hell of a good time. It's cruel, in poor taste, hilarious, and has a soundtrack that hits as hard as the movie kills. It has the era's most preposterous weapon. It has the patriarchy as the enemy. It has Carrie Fisher toting a shotgun around, and it has a God tier Mean Girl performance courtesy of Leah Pipes. Row is a time capsule of the worst of us from the aughts, and yet its strange alchemy makes it some of the best that millennium era horror has to offer. Cheers, sluts. We're going to the foam party.

Produced by: Jordan Crucchiola

Music by: Sam Wineman 

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