Liz reveals how they wanted to avoid the geography field trip to Wales and agreed to be hidden in a forgotten World War 2 bunker by school fixer Martyn. They spent three days having fun but Martyn never returned to let them out. The police arrest Martyn but he has a very different story. So what really happened? A sad sordid tale of death and obsessive love is revealed. This is okay.
“Am I the only one who can smell the toilet? I mean I’ve been polite but who left the monster log that we can’t ####### flush?!?”
“Put your knob away.”
“It was all for you.”
Julie is excommunicated from the popular gang and now Fern, Courtney and Marcie power walk down the corridors. Courtney is a sociopath who arranges a cover up of Liz’s death thus proving the truth of the film’s tagline: the sweetest candies are sour as death inside.
P.J. Soles, William Katt, Jeff Conaway, Marilyn Manson, Carol Kane and Pam Grier feature. The pathetic Fern turns into a mean girl with the aid of some hair dye and some overly tight trousers. Marcie is a dim bulb and a recordable greeting card is a plot point. Courtney piles on the lies and turns on Fern. This was camp and idiotic.
On prom night, Julie and her dim bulb boyfriend arrange the social destruction of Courtney in front of their evil vindictive classmates. Courtney, her ugly dress and bizarre hairdo are disgraced to Julie’s amusement. This was a sub par ‘Heathers’ knockoff.
“You gagged her with a jawbreaker?”
“Liz is dead. Do you know what that means?”
“Please cover your bosoms, this is a learning institution not a brothel.”
“Sugary sweet death.”
“I don’t think we’ve officially met. What with the cruel politics of high school and all.”
“Foods cool and all. It tastes good and you need it to live.”
“Oh look, you have groupies.”