‘Daddy’s money can’t save them now’
Bad Kids Go to Hell is a 2012 dark comedy horror feature film directed by Matthew Spradlin, who co-wrote it with Barry Wernick. Based on Spradlin and Wernick’s best-selling graphic novel of the same name, the film stars Cameron Deane Stewart, Augie Duke, Ali Faulkner, Roger Edwards, Amanda Alch, Marc Donato, Ben Browder and Judd Nelson.
On a stormy Saturday afternoon, six students from Crestview Academy begin to meet horrible fates as they serve out their detentions. Is a fellow student to blame, or perhaps Crestview’s alleged ghosts are behind the terrible acts?
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“Mix The Breakfast Club with Ten Little Indians, then sprinkle with suggestions of supernatural influence, and you have Bad Kids Go to Hell, a slickly produced and brazenly clever piece of work that could attract a cult by sheer dint of its ingenious nastiness and self-aware snark.” Variety
“The overall plot works, but the execution — from the dialogue to the story beats to the tone, the emotion and the general logic — stumbles, illustrating the difficulty in fleshing out a succinct comic into a more detailed movie script. As such, plot points are left hanging, and the characters’ actions are consistently nonsensical throughout.” About.com
“Although not a good movie by any stretch, I can see Bad Kids Go to Hell eventually developing a cult fanbase among the more undemanding horror fan. There’s boobs and blood, in case you were wondering, though no real stand-out kills.” Beyond Hollywood