A bloody ‘Break­fast Club’

Austin American-Statesman - - D MOVIES & LIFE - By Charles Ealy cealy@states­man.com D Judd Nel­son (right) and Marc Donato star in “Bad Kids Go To Hell.” Contributed by dat MAI

Teenagers suf­fer­ing through high school hu­mil­i­a­tions, and those who haven’t got­ten over them, will prob­a­bly en­joy “Bad Kids Go to Hell.”

The premise: Put six prep­pies at a pri­vate school in li­brary de­ten­tion for eight hours, then watch them die.

It’s not a ma­ture way to re­spond to hu­mil­i­a­tion, but it’s cheeky fun to watch as long as you re­al­ize it’s just a movie.

Start with the coke-snort­ing cheer­leader and her power-

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