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Heathers - 20th High School Reunion Edition
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Heathers - Limited Edition Box Set
Heathers (THX Version)
- New remastered presentation
- Brand new interviews with Director, Producer, and Writer
- New Featurette revisiting the high school where "Heathers" was filmed
- Audio commentary
- 27-minute documentary with the cast & crew
- Talent bios, screenplay excerpt, and more
Top Customer Reviews
It is also one of the most wickedly funny movies to hit the screen since Stanley Kubrik's DR. STRANGELOVE. The story starts off normally enough: extremely bright, extremely attractive Veronica (Winona Ryder) is a high school junior who has fallen in with the high school clique to end all high school cliques, three young women each named Heather (Kim Walker, Lisanne Falk, and Shannen Doherty.) The Heathers are pretty, smart, rich... and intent on shoring up their own social positions by crushing every one around them with a degree of vindictiveness that only the teenagers can successfully carry.
When Veronica meets new student J.D. Dean (Christian Slater) her interest in the Heathers begins to wane and they turn on her. J.D. has his own plan to help Veronica get even. It involves a cup of Liquid Drano--and before Veronica can think she finds herself making a murder look like suicide. The result is, as Veronica puts it, teen-age angst with a body count, and quite suddenly suicide seems the "in thing" at Westerberg High.
If you recall high school fondly, you were probably one of the popular kids.Read more ›
Therefore, I'll give you some info on this limited edition release :
This limited edition comes from Anchor Bay Entertainment and is packaged as a blue metal locker. Inside the locker is a bunch of very cool stuff. First, a cool t-shirt. There are three possible shirts which you might get, but you only get one. Secondly, there are a set of magnets which can be used to decorate the locker. Not outstanding, but kind of neat, none the less. You also get a year-book, featuring info and photos from the film.
What is not made clear though - is that you get your standard wide screen DVD version, you also get a BLU-RAY version of the movie. Look closely at the picture of the back of the packaging. See that there are three discs displayed? One is a Blu-Ray. Yipee!
Oh, and each locker is a numbered limited edition.
Exact Description of Contents : The Limited Edition Locker Set contains: a numbered locker, a 20-page hardcover Heathers yearbook, an 'awesome' T-shirt, 14 locker/fridge magnets, a collectable Westerburg algebra book, the BluRay Disc and two DVDs. Those DVDs will present the film in an anamorphic 1.85:1 transfer with Dolby Digital 5.1 sound and contain the features highlighted above in addition to an original ending screenplay excerpt accessible from DVD-ROM.
This is a great collectible, well worth the price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved this movie when I was a teen in the 90's, but hadn't seen if for probably around 20 years before I decided to buy it after bringing the movie up in conversations from time... Read morePublished 2 days ago by James N Simpson
This movie is a black comedy classic. No wonder it rebuffed mainstream audiences when it was first released: with its biting satire and comedic turn on disturbing subject matter,... Read morePublished 17 days ago by GhostGirl
My thing with dark comedies is if you're going to go black, don't go back. It was a huge turnoff seeing "God Bless America," which had a lot of promise, turn annoying and... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Marley's Mommy
When this movie was first written by genius Daniel Waters, nobody was willing to fund a movie that after the John Hughes era of sugar cookies as High School films, was anything... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cameron Dimez