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VeganMoFo: May

We’re going indie horror today! May is kind of a modern take on Carrie (ironically, the main character is played by the same woman who played Carrie in the tv movie remake). It is about a lonely, weird woman who had a rough childhood because of her lazy eye, which she finally gets corrected. When she meets people she does whatever they do to please them, and like most delicate souls, she gets crushed repeatedly. And then she snaps. Oh, and her best friend is a doll.

The “horror” part is absent until towards the end, there is a lot of build-up to the bloody rampage that ensues at the end. Unlike a lot of horror movies, May actually has a decent cast, good writing, and all that jazz. It is, dare I say it, a good film! Everyone should watch it, even if you are not the horror movie type.

Starring Angela Bettis (Girl Interrupted, Carrie remake, Dexter), Jeremy Sisto (Suburgatory, Law & Order, Clueless) and Anna Faris (House Bunny, all of those Scary Movies).

Entree: One of the things that May does to impress Jeremy Sisto is to take up smoking, so how about some smoky tempeh bacon (scroll down)? Make a double batch because like cigarettes, tempeh bacon is highly addictive.
Side: While thinking up menu ideas, I thought of this ‘I Do Win Friends With Salad‘ shirt, obviously there are a million salads to win friends with, Susan and Isa both have many delicious recipes that would complement the tempeh bacon.
Dessert: You know the real way to make friends is to share food, and I was happy to find a vegan recipe for Amish friendship bread! P.S. Before anyone gets testy about the mention of using eggs OR egg replacer at the bottom, that is part of the instructions you would pass onto your friends, who may or may not be vegan, to finish the bread as they please.

posted: 11 October 26
under: veganmofo

  • http://pickyvegan.com Jodie

    One of my friends saw this when it first came out and told me never to watch it. I do generally like horror films, but I got the impression that something happens in this one that I’d have a hard time getting out of my head. But maybe it is worth a watch!

  • http://www.veganchicksrock.blogspot.com SaraJane

    I seriously loved that movie. I think it’s one of those super under-rated horror movies that scare the crap out of you because you might know someone who is just that crazy.

    Also, tempeh bacon is always a win.

  • Nick

    This film is pretty high up there on my Netflix queue. Hadn’t heard about it until recently.

  • http://cookbookaficionado.wordpress.com/ Maggie Muggins

    I remember seeing this one at Blockbuster one day and randomly decided to rent it. I liked it, although I always hate the part with the cat.