Scooby-Doo (2002) feat. Gory Cory

We hope you've got the scrote for this job because we're heading to Spooky Island to solve the mystery of the zombified co-eds in Raja Gosnell's 2002 live-action adaptation of Scooby-Doo! Joining us for the conversation is noted Scooby-head Cory McCullough!

Join us as we trace the film's journey from a PG-13 (or R-rated???) Brady Bunch Movie-style parody of the classic Scooby-Doo cartoons to a compromised but joyous, family-friendly(???) celebration of all things Mystery, Inc. We wouldn't expect anything else from screenwriter (and Troma alum) James Gunn, would we?

Plus, on top of a feminist Daphne, a stoner Shaggy and a queer Velma & Fred, we've got Pamela Anderson(???), "horrific" CGI, body (and gender)-swapping shenanigans, plenty o' farts and the ultimate debate on Scrappy Cornelius Doo. Oh, and who can forget that absolute banger of a soundtrack?

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