Heathers

"Extraordinary"

Heathers Review


"My teenage angst bullshit now has a body count."

Never before has murder been so much fun than at the hands of Winona Ryder and Christian Slater, perfectly cast as foils for one another in one of the blackest comedies on film. A must-see for the Gen-X set, Heathers is a scathing lambasting of the American teen in the late 1980s, but its presence will be timeless.

Imitated, but never equalled. A classic. Now available on multiple DVD release formats.



Heathers

Facts and Figures

Run time: 103 mins

In Theaters: Friday 31st March 1989

Box Office Worldwide: $1.1M

Distributed by: New World Video

Production compaines: New World Pictures, Cinemarque Entertainment

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 4.5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 95%
Fresh: 41 Rotten: 2

IMDB: 7.4 / 10

Cast & Crew

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Starring: as Veronica Sawyer, as J.D., as Heather Duke, as Heather McNamara, as Heather Chandler, as Pauline Fleming, as Vater Ripper, Lance Fenton as Kurt Kelly, Jennifer Rhodes as Veronica's Mom, Jeremy Applegate as Peter Dawson, as Ram, Jon Matthews as Rodney, Carrie Lynn as Martha Dunnstock, Phill Lewis as Dennis, Renée Estevez as Betty Finn, John Zarchen as Country Club Keith, William Cort as Veronica's Dad, as Principal Gowan, Stuart Mabray as Counselor Paul Hyde, Sherrie Wills as Country Club Courtney, Larry Cox as David, Kent Stoddard as Brad, Mark Carlton as Kurt's Dad


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