In the original Heathers, Winona Ryder isn’t completely believable as the nerdy weirdo, but compared to the three ultra-rich, super bitch Heathers she reads as an underdog. The new TV series has tried to recast the Heathers to reflect a more diverse age, and it’s kind of confusing.
Because there are always people who need to grow up, I guess, a new company called American High has been forged whose sole mission is to generate comedies set in high schools.
Shannen Doherty, the original Heather Duke, has joined TV Land’s upcoming anthology series reboot of Michael Lehmann’s cult 1988 movie Heathers. Just to prove I’m not pulling your dick, here’s Doherty’s announcement earlier today on Instagram:
There are two types of people in this world: those who think news about TV Land’s upcoming Heathers reboot is very, and those who think news about TV Land’s upcoming Heathers reboot should fuck them gently with a chainsaw. But before picking a side, read what The Hollywood Reporter wrote about the pilot (directed by…
It’d be great if Hollywood left well enough alone, but because I’m not in charge and other people ostensibly are, a new Heathers anthology TV show is getting a pilot for TV Land.
Artist Heather Kohos came to “Gently, With a Chainsaw: A Heathers Art Show” prepared with cigarettes. After chatting with her about her art in the show and her Heathers origin story, I asked for her card. She handed me a wooden cigarette enscripted with “Dear Diary, Heather told me she teaches people ‘real life.’”…
The scrunchie has returned and it is the not-so-newest old thing to be revived ironically. How do you feel about this? I am…torn.
Hellllllllo, Heathers. (Sung in the key of MURDER.)
What's your damage, Bravo?
For years, there have been rumors circulating about a possible remake of Heathers, the beloved late 80s classic, followed fan cries of "Please, no," "don't touch it," and "ugh, get an original idea for once." While studios were hoping to bring the remake to the big screen, plans have been disrupted by the folks at…
Congress's terrible approval ratings have finally been explained — turns out, America's elected representatives are so fucking irritating because they talk at roughly the level of sophomores in high school, which means they can't possibly be legislating at anything higher than a 7th grade level. We've put mental…
Friday I went to see Jennifer's Body. I did not, as Alexandra Gutierrez of The American Prospect did, think it was "the least empowering slasher flick currently on screen."
Last week, we reminisced about our favorite John Hughes heroines. But some of our favorite teen movie characters are the villains: the bitchy high school queens who rule the hallways. But which legendary clique truly deserves the mean girl crown?
I was probably in 6th grade when I saw Heathers for the first time. It was the most messed up movie I had seen at the time, and I absolutely loved every second of it.