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DVD Review: The Cheerleaders/Revenge of the Cheerleaders (ArrowDrome)

The Cheerleaders

Stars: Stephanie Fondue, Denise Dillaway, Jovita Bush, Sandy Evans, Brandy Woods | Written by Ace Baandige, Paul Glickler, Tad Richards | Directed by Paul Glickler

High schooler Jeannie dreams of joining the school cheerleading squad in the hopes that popularity and a loss of virginity will follow. What she doesn’t know is that the cheerleaders of Amorosa High have to plan to help out the schools football team by literally taking one for their team and seducing their rivals into exhaustion and “riding” their team to victory.

Revenge Of The Cheerleaders

Stars: Jerii Woods, Cheryl “Rainbeaux” Smith, Helen Lang, Patrice Rohmer, David Hasslehoff | Written by Ted Greenwald, Nathaniel Dorsky, Ace Baandige | Directed by Richard Lerner

The cheerleaders of Aloha High School in California are some of the popular kids in their school thanks to their amorous behaviour. They’re also the cause of the school’s lecherous reputation for underage sex and drug abuse.
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Director talks Dear God No!

While it seems like since Rodriguez/Tarantino’s Grindhouse, a slew of other similar styled throwback films have cluttered up our appreciation of drive-ins, James Bickert’s upcoming biker/horror film Dear God No! is going to change that, giving us a loving “lost” film in the vein of Werewolves on Wheels. Killer Film caught up with the director, who’s in post-production finishing the score and sound mix as we speak, for the low down on what should be a fan favorite soon.

Jon: If IMDb is to be believed, it’s been about 10 years since your last directed film in Troma’s Dumpster Baby. During this interval, what led to Dear God No‘s inception?

James Bickert: IMDb is correct. Dear God No! was one of many projects I had planned to do 10 years ago. It was called The Sketchy Seven and more of a biker Seven Samurai-meets-Cemetery without Crosses.
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