Monday Movie Marathon

Introducing Monday Movie Marathon, where I discuss movies that would make for a great addition to a popcorn-filled evening. This week's feature is High School. Those movies that delve in the teenage brain, and make you laugh (and rethink your sense of style) the whole way through.

HEATHERS (Michael Lehmann, 1988): It's quirky, it's dark, it's so completely quotable. I love movies that make you uncomfortable for laughing. Definitely a must for today's marathon.

  BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER (Fran Rubel Kuzui, 1992): My inner geek is totally in the spotlight in this post, but I could not talk "High School" movies without talking about Buffy. This movie was the precursor to my favourite show of all time, and it too has a very special place in my heart. It is completely ridiculous and completely awesome at the same time.

  CLUELESS (Amy Heckerling, 1995): Another incredibly quotable movie, this was the movie of my childhood. I dreamt of having Cher's wardrobe (although, I'm not sure about the full yellow plaid skirt-suit anymore) and her cool friends. Dusting off my VHS copy always makes me smile.

  BRING IT ON (Peyton Reed, 2000): I did it, it's on the top of my list. And don't you tell me that you've never learnt any of the words to the cheers in this film.

That's it for this week's movie marathon. Seems I had lots to inspire me as a young girl in the 90s. These female-focused teen flicks struck me as a kid and are still on the top of my favourite movie list.

What would your picks be? Tweet me @warriorrenaud or use the hashtag #mondaymoviemarathon!