Heathers Review 2018 TV-Show Series Season Cast Crew Online

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Heathers Review 2018 TV-Show Series Season Cast Crew Online

Creators: Jason A. Micallef

Stars: Jasmine Mathews, Grace Victoria Cox, Melanie Field

Review:  I went into watching the pilot of Heathers with no expectations, partly because the trailer was so bad. I think once I had time to process the whole “Heathers as overly politically correct outcasts” thing I enjoyed it a lot more. It was definitely an… interesting choice, and while I can’t say it was the Heathers I was hoping for, I think it would of had a lot of potential… if it had better writing and directing. It struggled hard with its tone. At times it felt like it was trying to be a parody (think Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens, basically a Heathers remake itself, which I honestly think this show was trying to emulate) and other times it seemed like it was dead serious.

A lot of scenes missed their mark completely, and I had a hard time figuring out what demographic Heathers is aimed at. It should have stuck to being a parody (there were a few scenes involving Veronica writing in her diary where I thought “the whole show should be like this. it would be fantastic”). The tone was too uneven and Heathers never really established the rules of its world or the backgrounds of its characters, especially involving the apparent divide between older and younger generations (there was one bizarre scene involving the teachers where I’m honestly not sure who the audience was supposed to be sympathetic towards).

The dialogue was so cringey. Let’s ignore the fact that no one speaks like this because I think maybe that was the point. A lot of the conversations, particularly those involving JD, were totally incoherent. I mean literal nonsense. I had to replay a few scenes just to be sure I heard them correctly. Everyone speaks in one-liners that feel like they were stuck in there because they sound cool. Honestly, I sort of felt like the writers assumed the viewers would be too dumb to follow the conversation as long as the characters sound cool.I went into watching the pilot of Heathers with no expectations, partly because the trailer was so bad. I think once I had time to process the whole “Heathers as overly politically correct outcasts” thing I enjoyed it a lot more.

It was definitely an… interesting choice, and while I can’t say it was the Heathers I was hoping for, I think it would of had a lot of potential… if it had better writing and directing. It struggled hard with its tone. At times it felt like it was trying to be a parody (think Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens, basically a Heathers remake itself, which I honestly think this show was trying to emulate) and other times it seemed like it was dead serious. A lot of scenes missed their mark completely, and I had a hard time figuring out what demographic Heathers is aimed at. It should have stuck to being a parody (there were a few scenes involving Veronica writing in her diary where I thought “the whole show should be like this. it would be fantastic”).

The tone was too uneven and Heathers never really established the rules of its world or the backgrounds of its characters, especially involving the apparent divide between older and younger generations (there was one bizarre scene involving the teachers where I’m honestly not sure who the audience was supposed to be sympathetic towards). The dialogue was so cringey. Let’s ignore the fact that no one speaks like this because I think maybe that was the point. A lot of the conversations, particularly those involving JD, were totally incoherent. I mean literal nonsense. I had to replay a few scenes just to be sure I heard them correctly. Everyone speaks in one-liners that feel like they were stuck in there because they sound cool. Honestly, I sort of felt like the writers assumed the viewers would be too dumb to follow the conversation as long as the characters sound cool.

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