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Spirit Camp (2009)

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When a street smart "goth girl" (Roxy Vandiver) is forced to attend cheerleader camp as part of her rehabilitation from a juvenile correction facility, she clashes with the "popular girls,"... See full summary »

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Kerry Beyer

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Kerry Beyer
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Roxy Vandiver Roxy Vandiver ... Nikki
Julin ... Rachel
Brandon Smith ... Sheriff Todd
Megan Moser Megan Moser ... Missy
Amy Morris ... Lindsay
Jon Paul Burkhart ... Brent
Kavon Rafat Kavon Rafat ... Brent's Boy Toy
Katy Rowe ... Amber
Phil Leggett Phil Leggett ... Mitch
George Brock George Brock ... Teddy The Butcher
Marco Perella ... Nikki's Dad
Linda J. Martin Linda J. Martin ... Mrs. Haddenfield (as Linda Martin)
Alyssia Dujmovich Alyssia Dujmovich ... Blair
Donna Rusch ... Monica's Mom
Denise Williamson ... Monica
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When a street smart "goth girl" (Roxy Vandiver) is forced to attend cheerleader camp as part of her rehabilitation from a juvenile correction facility, she clashes with the "popular girls," and finds herself embroiled in a bitter rivalry with the bitchy ringleader Rachel (Julin). But when members of the spirit squad start turning up dead, the girls must put aside their differences and struggle to survive the murderous rage of a crazed psycho-killer lurking among them! Written by Kerry Beyer

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At cheerleader camp, no one can hear you SCREAM!

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Comedy | Horror

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The name of the camp director is Mrs. Haddonfield. This is a reference to the fictional town that was the setting for the movie Halloween. See more »

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A point is made of showing that the only road into the camp is very difficult to traverse with trucks and SUVs. And yet Mitch is able to make it into the camp with his ordinary sedan with no difficulty. See more »

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back to the slasher era
18 February 2010 | by trashgangSee all my reviews

Thanks to fangoria I came beware of this flick, I watched the trailer and agreed, I want it, but that wasn't that simple. Again the production let me know that they weren't allowed to export their feature. But I kept emailing and after a while they send over the DVD. Included in my package was a pair of knickers from Julin. That was already a fun part, but was the movie as good as her panties? Lucky it was. First I would like to say that the movie is indeed a mixture between 70's slashers and comedy. But the comedy doesn't take the lead. This independent takes off already with gore and nudity, always a good teaser to start. Then we go 2 years further and the movie really starts, and as in a slasher all kind of girls are in it, the fat one, the nerdy one, the sexy one. All facing into the face of death. The killings are mostly off screen only showing the results or even just hearing the knife going into the flesh or a scream. But still it works. And the best thing is that the editing is okay, you will never notice that it is a low budget flick, and the acting is good too. So if you are into some old school fun, be sure to take the road to spirit camp.


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21 December 2009 (USA) See more »

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Cleveland, Texas, USA See more »

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Kerosene Films See more »
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