★★★★★ TW: abuse, suicide, murder, rape. "And now prepare to die." Michael Lehmann's 'Heathers' is an excellent black comedy that manages to incorporate social commentary, usage of colour to tell a story, abuse, suicide, and the glorious cruelty of popular teenage girls. It has gained a cult status, and is strikingly different from just about… Continue reading Heathers: One of the Most Brilliant Black Comedies: A Review
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