It’s September, and that means that kids are heading back to school. They may not be happy about it, but it could be worse—they could be going to one of these schools, where danger, physical damage, and even death stalk the classrooms. Here are 10 schools where you have an equal chance of graduating as dying.
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Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O'Malley teamed up with the illustrious Kevin Tong to create this adorably homicidal promo poster for Battle Royale.
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Now that The Hunger Games is a huge hit on the big screen, it's no surprise that production teams are mining other brutal teen competition properties. We've already seen the CW working on an adaptation of Kiera Cass' The Selection, which has a similar reality TV show theme. But now the network is mulling something…
While American audiences are waiting for The Hunger Games to blaze into movie theaters, Filipino audiences are getting a different sort of dystopian theater experience. A theater troupe has adapted Battle Royale for the stage, but there's something uncomfortable about watching teenagers pretend to kill each other…
Its inevitable: Every time we start a conversation about Hunger Games, someone always starts a "Battle Royale did it first" argument. It's unavoidable. So we decided to compare both series, to settle this debate once and for all.
It's probably just a coincidence that Kinju Fukusaku's Battle Royale is finally getting a fancy U.S. release on DVD and Blu-ray on March 20. It can't possibly have something to do with some other movie about teen death games, coming out around the same time, can it? No, of course not. In any case, whatever the…
As we crest this season of graduations and commencements, we're taking a look at the educational institutes that have taught pop culture's finest heroes and darkest villains.