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Marina Morgan ...
Blair Deal
Brian Kelly ...
Todd Major
Jennifer Peluso ...
Leslie Gordon
Jason Gambrell ...
Eric Pullman
Tim Moran ...
Matt Wiggins
Emmy Stevens ...
Sarah Pullman
Jamie Daugherty ...
Monica Webb
Sarah Holloman ...
Lisa Hatcher
Amy R. Swaim ...
Trix Beasley
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Cheerleader Coach
Tara Haas ...
Rita Gordon
Robert Steinmeyer ...
Desk Cop
Wayne Deloria ...
Cop #1
Michael R. Smith ...
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Two giggly high school lovebirds playfully throw pieces of bloody human brain at one another, then take a messy shower, in the latest horror flick out of South Carolina, which is fast becoming the Gruesome Gus capital of the world. The flick is called GENERATION AX, and it's HEATHERS meets SCREAM meets THE TEXAS CHEERLEADER MOM meets BONNIE AND CLYDE. Tommy Faircloth wrote and directed this little low-budget gem starring Marina Morgan as the high school girl whose best friend wants to be a cheerleader, so she sort of helps her out with a locker-room hatchet job on the beauty-pageant queen who beat her friend in tryouts. Pretty soon Marina falls for the new kid intown, Brian Kelly, because he believes that everyone dies because of "fate," so if you kill somebody, they would have died anyway. They soon get a chance to try out this cosmological theory ...[on a classmate]. Faircloth keeps this baby moving with plenty of nasty humor and humorous nastiness, although the death scenes can be ... Written by Anonymous

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Great Indy movie actually shot on FILM!!
27 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

I am a fan of the bitchy girl movies and the slasher genre, so this was right up my alley. Loved it. Yes, it was low budget, but I saw Joe Bob Briggs rave about it so I checked it out. I loved it! I even went back and checked out the director's other film Crinoline Head. Reminds of a John Water's type of vibe. One great thing is even thought it was low budget, it was still produced and shot on actual film. Nowadays anyone with a video camera thinks they are a director. Film is a lost art in the new generation of film makers. Loved the fact that everyone in the movie that gets killed deserved it. Great one liners, "I am a beaver now" and the mom telling the daughter not to rat our her best friend for killing a cheerleader to create a spot on the team for her, "Blair was just trying to be a good friend to you and now you want to stab her in the back?" LOLZ


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