Bad Kids Go to Hell (2012)
character in movie refers to the movie classic which is based on a private school
Veronica played by Augie Duke refers to the cartoon when answering Matt, "It's strange but true Scooby Doo."
Among many other 70's and 80's movie references throughout he movie, in the high school dance scene, one of the popular kids rigs a punch bowl rigged above stage to spill over the homecoming Apache Princess, in an homage to the infamous dance scene in Brian Depalma's 1976 movie Carrie, starring Sissy Spacek.
Headmaster Nash is played by Judd Nelson who played "the criminal" in "The Breakfast Club."
dialogue of character references the movie
Mentioned in dialogue
Veronica played by Augie Duke refers to Tricia, who is played by Twilight's Ali Faulkner, as being "so not Twilight."