Heathers (THX Version)
This dark comedy from 1989 was a good showcase for Winona Ryder, playing a high school girl brought into a clique of bitchy classmates (all named Heather), and Christian Slater, doing his early Jack Nicholson thing. While Ryder's character mulls over the consequences of giving up one set of friends for another, her association with a new boy (Slater) in school turns out to have deadly consequences. Director Michael Lehmann turned this unusual film into something more than another teen-death flick. There is real wit and sharp satire afoot, and the very fusion of horror and comedy is provocative in itself. Heathers remains a kind of benchmark in contemporary cinema for bringing surreal intelligence into Hollywood films. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Christian Slater and Winona are Amazing Together, This Movie besides Fun is the Kind of Movies that doesn't have a slow frame so You never loose the Thrill. Read morePublished on Nov. 7 2011 by PAULO
I bought this used and I'm pretty sure the seller didn't know it was defective, maybe at some point it worked for him, however, this too is a defective disc. Read morePublished on June 15 2006 by Nicole Dolce
I can hear Heather M's response to the faulty discs now: "Don't blame me, blame Heather." I bought the collector's tin a few years ago, watched the movie once, watched it... Read morePublished on Aug. 6 2004
What a superbly crafted black comedy with an insider's view of highschool powerplays, teenage angst, clueless parents, twerpy faculty, etc etc. Read morePublished on June 3 2004 by Nearly Nubile
"Our love is God... let's go get a slushie."
This film is actually smarter than it lets on. It knows its subject matter so well that you can't help but marvel at the... Read more
You know how there used to be half a dozen Jennifers in every high school class? Well, what we have here are three Heathers (last names: Duke, Chandler and McNamara, if anybody... Read morePublished on March 19 2004 by Dennis Littrell