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The Majorettes (1987)

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A hooded psycho is murdering high-school girls. A devil-worshiping, drug-dealing biker gang is suspected.


(as Bill Hinzman)


(novel), (screenplay)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Kindlin ...
Jeff Halloway
Terrie Godfrey ...
Vicky McAllister
Mark V. Jevicky ...
Sheriff Braden
Sueanne Seamens ...
Judy Marino
Denise Huot ...
Helga Schuler
Carl Hetrick ...
Roland Martell
Mary Jo Limpert ...
Marie Morgan
Harold K. Keller ...
Harry Schuler
Tom E. Desrocher ...
Mace Jackson
Jacqueline Bowman ...
Nicole Hendricks
Colin Martin ...
Tommy Harvack
William R. Mott ...
Tom Madden ...
M. Therian ...
Dana Maiello ...


A hooded psycho killer is going around killing the members of a high school cheerleading squad in a small western Pennsylvania town. While the local sheriff and a federal officer investigate the killings, other going ons around them include a greedy nurse ploting to kill her employer and daughter for a piece of an inherentence while the nurse's creepy son stumbles upon a clue in the killings. Among the various other red herrings include a local biker gang that's suspected in the killings which complicates matters for the police and all the persons involved. Written by Anonymous

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Sis, Boom, Blood. You're Dead!


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Release Date:

March 1987 (UK)  »

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$85,000 (estimated)

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1.78 : 1
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Music by Mark Harbst
Lyrics by Paul McCollough
Performed by Wendi Kelly
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28 February 2005 | by (Denver, Colorado and Santiago, Chile) – See all my reviews

The general opinion is that this slasher flick by the "Night of the Living Dead" co-creators John Russo and Bill Hinzman really sucks. And in this case I'm afraid the general opinion is right on the money. What you basically have here is a bunch of barely legal Hollywood bimbos/Motley Crue groupies playing barely illegal high school majorettes who, when they're not prancing around in butt-hugging leotards or skimpy bikinis, are taking long, hot showers and getting butchered by a maniac in military fatigues. I guess I'm not entirely complaining, but these ingredients do not necessarily a good horror movie make.

The problem is this movie is derivative to the nth degree. At one point the movie lifts a scene (in a swimming pool) almost verbatim from "The Prowler". And I think this film sets a new record for stupid characters saying, "So and so, is that you?" I'd almost think this was meant to be a pre-"Sceam" parody/homage of the slasher films, but it is neither particularly funny nor clever, just tediously unoriginal. The only thing that sets it apart from other bottom-of-the-barrel slasher dreck is a really stupid action/revenge sub-plot where the studly quarterback takes on a particularly unconvincing motorcycle gang (and if there was one genre that hit bottom more consistently than the 80's slasher films it was the 80's action/revenge films). Amazingly, this empty-headed film was actually based on a novel by John Russo. I would read that instead--it can't possibly be any worse.

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