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All Cheerleaders Die

USA 2013
produced by
Robert Tonino, Andrew van den Houten, Arrien Schiltkamp (executive) for Modernciné
directed by Lucky McKee, Chris Sivertson
starring Caitlin Stasey, Sianoa Smit-McPhee, Brooke Butler, Amanda Grace Cooper, Reanin Johannink, Tom Williamson, Chris Petrovski, Leigh Parker, Nicholas S. Morrison, Jordan Wilson, Felisha Cooper, Sidney Allison, Nadia Boceski, Simon Patrick Rwosn, Marc Chicoine, Nathaniel Derrico, Emilie Germain, Libertad Green, Jesse Hlubik, Sam Ketcherside, Nathan moore, Lindsay Ingrid Mussard, Christian O'Brien, Cody Saintgnue, J.T. Vancollie, Brianna Womick
written by Lucky McKee, Chris Sivertson, music by Mads Heldtberg, special effects by 11:11 Mediaworks

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Maddy (Caitlin Stasey) is an outcast in her school, for one she doesn't fit the cheerleader mold all the popular girls seem to be cast of, she isn't the brainless partygirl ideal men seem to dig exclusively, and she dabbles in the occult ... Then though she sees a few of her school's most popular cheerleaders die in a car crash caused by her school's most popular football jocks, and she sees a chance to have her revenge on those who have rejected her by bringing the cheerleaders back to life and handing it to the jocks, other cheerleaders,and everyone else rubbing Maddy the wrong way. This plan though has two flaws, as the cheerleaders have kept their personalities and at least in part act on their own initiative (which usually leads to trouble), and the toughest jock has found out Maddy's secret ... which he uses to make himself invincible - not a good thing, because he's a big asshole ...


Quite simply, All Cheerleaders Die is not a very good film. Basically, it takes some inspiration from the horror cult classic Carnival of Souls, adds high school comedy, boobs and a very predictable plot to it and ... well, what you get is a movie with all the substance of a Fred Olen Ray or Full Moon horror comedy. But where Fred Olen Ray or Full Moon features of the same ilk are somehow charming with their low budget appeal of overcoming financial shortcomings with sheer inventiveness and some off-beat humour, this one, despite the occasional good joke, comes across as just too slick, with too much money thrown at it and too little inventiveness let alone originality invested. It's really a totally forgettable run-of-the-mill supernatural slasher with a tired story, cardboard characters and not much else.


All Cheerleaders Die is actually the remake of 1999's straight-to-video All Cheerleaders Die by the same directors - but why they decided to more than a decade later remake it with this little panache remains a mystery to me ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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