Detention (2010 film)

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Staying after school can mean murder! Detention. A James D.R. Hickox Film.
Theatrical release poster
Directed by James D.R. Hickox
Written by
Screenplay by
Running time 81m 6s[1]
Budget $2,150,000[2]
Box office $190 (USA)

Detention is a 2010 horror film starring David Carradine.


A mismatched group of students at Reseda High School are sentenced to detention one stormy afternoon, and when their teacher vanishes and strange goings-on occur within the high school, they discover to their horror that ghosts have risen to avenge the brutal death of a student in the 1970s - a death which their parents were responsible for.



  1. ^ "The British Board of Film Classification". The British Board of Film Classification. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  2. ^ IMDb,

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