Back in July, the first trailer debuted for Bad Kids Go to Hell, director Matthew Spradlin's horror send-up of The Breakfast Club. Today, we have three new posters that spoof a classic National Lampoon magazine cover from January 1973, a throwback to the days of politically incorrect advertisement and marketing. Take a look at these one-sheets along with the original magazine shot, and read on for more information about Bad Kids Go to Hell's release.
On October 10th Bad Kids Go to Hell, starring Judd Nelson and directed by Matthew Spradlin, will have a star-studded premiere screening at the Studio Movie Grill in Dallas, Texas. The film, based on the popular comic book series of the same name, tells the tale of six private school students locked in a Saturday detention with a killer on the loose.
Beginning October 27th Bad Kids Go to Hell will also have an exclusive Halloween Sneak Peek run at all ten Studio Movie Grill locations, which include seven theaters in Texas along with theaters in Scottsdale, Arizona, Alpharetta, Georgia and Wheaton, Illinois. The film will have its national theatrical release later this year.