Diablo Cody's followup from her Oscar-winning script of "Juno" is "Jennifer's Body", a film starring Megan Fox ("Jennifer") and Amanda Seyfried ("Needy") and directed by Karen Kusama. Dialogue-wise, I was hoping for a little more bite in the banter between the 2 lead actresses' characters (Jennifer and Needy), and the pacing of the film wasn't anything more than average. Some of the film plays like a longer version of the TV show "Supernatural", if the Winchester brothers never made it to Devil's Kettle (the town where the film takes place), and harkens back to "Heathers" in spots early in the film. Sure, Megan Fox is superb eye candy, and her acting isn't all that bad (though her character is little under-written), but the film is anchored by Amanda Seyfried's performance, and is basically seen through her vantage point. Seyfried is a good actress, but the script lets her down too many times, though she steps up and meets all the challenges in the script. Overall, the film has its moments, but it never really builds and builds on the horror and tension of the situations, nor is it funny enough to be considered a classic, even in the B-movie horror genre. Kusama's direction is not inspired, rather very vanilla and restrained for this genre. I give it 2.5 stars, or a grade of C+.