CampBlood Homo Horror Features: So Readable They Hurt


A tried-and-true tradition of storytelling that was rendered declasse and all but worthless by Murder, She Wrote (Angela, you bitch!), the Whodunit took a bunch of creepy, duplicitous people, trapped them in a room or on a boat, killed one of them, and let the others at each other's throats until one of them figured out the culprit. Naturally, this genre led to all sorts of fabulous Acting (with a capital A), some very clever writing and star-studded ensemble casts the likes of which are all but extinct these days. Now all we have is CSI and Matlock (for the old people, of course), and our worn-out copies of Clue... *sniff*...
(Angela Lansbury)