James (Schaffrillas)’s review published on Letterboxd:
Stilted and awkward in a lot of ways; while it does tell a compelling story and offer a handful of great quotes, it does it with such little energy and poor pacing that it's really hard to get invested.
I should mention that I'm a massive fan of Heathers the Musical, which takes the elements of this film that work and really goes all out in crafting an outrageous, tense, compelling comedy-thriller. This film is more of a novelty as a result; it's not something I'll ever really go back to, but if it's any consolation, the story and characters live rent-free in my brain cause of the musical.
Also holy shit JD looks like a weasel and sounds like a muppet how is it even remotely possible to be attracted to him