Detention just got a whole lot scarier with Bad Kids Go To Hell. In this upcoming thriller, six high school kids find themselves stuck in detention on a dark and stormy Saturday. As they go through their 8 hour incarceration each of the six teenagers get involved in horrible “accidents” until only one of them remains. Bad Kids Go To Hell is directed by Matthew Spradlin who also wrote the screenplay with the help of Barry Wernick. This new film brings about an air of mystery and question: If someone is playing a trick on these spoiled rich kids or if the rumored Crestview ghost is finally coming to punish these brats. I guess we just have to wait to find out the truth in this new horror film. Bad Kids Go To Hell stars Judd Nelson, Ben Browder, Mike Gassaway, Ali Faulkner and Cameron Deane Stewart. Check out an early review for this film below:
“What To Expect With Bad Kids Go To Hell
It’s been a long road for the creators and producers of the movie “Bad Kids Go to Hell.” It all started in 2009, when director/writer Matthew Spradlin and writer/producer Barry Wernick wanted to put out a movie mixing “The Breakfast Club,” a sinister murder mystery, and a little bit of supernatural mayhem together. Unable to get financial backing for the movie as quickly as they wanted to, they decided to release it as a comic book first.
Fast-forward a little over two years, and the movie is wrapped and in post-production.
A few lucky members of the press, as well as friends and family of the cast and crew, were given the opportunity to see a screening of the film at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas, Texas. The festivities kicked off with an advance sneak peek at the movie; continued with a red carpet walk; and concluded with an after party that included drinks, food, music, and dancing. It was indeed a spectacular event, enjoyed by a few hundred invitees.
The theater was filled to capacity as Spradlin and Wernick introduced the movie to the crowd of anxious viewers. When the film began to roll, applause thundered as the title came up on the screen. The clapping and whooping by audience members continued sporadically throughout the movie as the cast’s friends and families celebrated the entrance of each of their individual characters.
The movie is a perfect adaptation of the comic book. It stays very faithful to the source material but veers off course just enough to keep things interesting and mysterious for those who already read the book. It’s an incredibly smart and culturally self-aware film that works as the evil heir to “The Breakfast Club,” “Scooby-Doo,” and “Heathers.” I know that sounds crazy, but it works!
Actors in attendance from the film included Ali Faulkner (“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part One”), Marc Donato (“Degrassi: The Next Generation”), Cameron Deane Stewart (“iCarly”), Roger Edwards (“Friday Night Lights”), and Amanda Alch (“Ned’s Declassified School Survival” Guide”). They walked the red carpet, posed for photos, and took the time to do interviews.”
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Bad Kids Go to Hell will in cinemas on December 7th 2012.
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