Are you getting ready for Lucky McKee’s next-revenge- , All Cheerleaders Die? If not, you should because his last film, , made headlines across film festivals after it premiered, and it sounds like McKee is bringing another twist with this one. All Cheerleaders Die was first shown to an audience at TIFF in September, so there are already a few negative reviews about the film, but don’t use them as a gauge because reception for The Women wasn’t all that positive either. It turned out great by my standards.
If you’re unfamiliar with McKee, expect to see something unique and not just another teenage horror film in a high school setting with hot cheerleaders. Personally, I believe thiscan deliver the goods in storytelling and direction, even if the cheerleader concept looks cheesy as hell.
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About the film
A rebel girl signs up a group of cheerleaders to help her take down the captain of their high school football team, but a supernatural turn of events thrusts the girls into a different battle.