"What's your damage?" Well, for starters, there's the psychic havoc inflicted on everyone who isn't in the most popular clique in school — made up of three snooty young women named Heather, and the slightly less aristocratic teen, Veronica (big up Winona Ryder!) they let pal around with them. Then there's that growing student body count, courtesy of the new psycho-hipster in town (Christian Slater). And lastly, there's the scars left from some seriously acidic dialogue lobbed by our main quartet ("What's the up-chuck factor on that?"). Satires don't get much darker than this, and even though the focus turns into a Ryder vs. Slater showdown by the end, it's still a landmark take on the femal comedy template; compare this to, say, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, which had come out three years earlier. The Heathers crew would eat young Sarah Jessica Parker and her friends for lunch.