SCHOOL IS IN SESSION... LET THE FUN BEGIN WITH THESE 4 CLASSICS! JAWBREAKER (1999, Rated R, 87 Mins.) When an ordinary kidnapping prank leaves the future prom queen dead (accidentally gagged with a jaw-breaker), a deadly sweet prank leads to cover-up makeover in this edgy and unpredictable comedy. But there will be no mercy as prom night arrives, bringing this spirited tale to it's cruel tiara-dropping conclusion. THE HOLLYWOOD KNIGHTS (1980, Rated R, 91 Mins) Written and directed by Floyd Mutrux (American Hot Wax), the Hollywood Knights is an American Graffiti-like comedy that recounts the antics of a gang of high school students on Halloween night, 1965. Signed to star was a cast of young actors (Tony Danza, Michelle Pfeiffer, Fran Drescher and Robert Wuhl) who would achieve greater fame in the years to come. PEGGY SUE GETS MARRIED (1986, Rated PG-13, 103 Mins) If you could live your life all over again, would you change anything? Kathleen Turner, portraying Peggy Sue, gets the chance to answer this tantalizing question in Francis Ford Coppola's acclaimed romantic comedy. Co-starring Joan Allen, Nicolas Cage, Helen Hunt, and Jim Carrey, Peggy Sue Got Married is a humorous, heartfelt fantasy about the golden opportunity almost everyone has longed for at least once. HEATHERS (1989, Rated R, 106 Mins.) Westerburg High School's elite clique of popular girls is "The Heathers, " comprised of the powerful Heather Chandler, the green-with-envy Heather Duke, and the cowardly Heather McNamara. Rounding out the foursome is Veronica Sawyer (Winona Ryder), who is so fed up with the Heathers and the entire peer pressure cooker that she starts running with J.D. (Christian Slater), a mysterious - and possibly psychotic - motorcycle-riding newcomer. But what begins as their noble effort to rid Westerburg of it's bad apples ends up taking a real toll. And their teen rebellion produces a serious and mounting body count.