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.

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Lucky McKee (screenplay), Chris Sivertson (screenplay)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sidney Allison ... Taylor
Charon R. Arnold Charon R. Arnold ... Football Player 25 (as Charon Arnold)
Shay Astar ... Ms. Wolf
Sam Bean Sam Bean ... Moochie
Nicholas Bloom Nicholas Bloom ... Nicholas
Nadia Boceski Nadia Boceski ... Kayle
Michael Bowen ... Larry
Shane Bowen Shane Bowen ... Rock
Brooke Butler ... Tracy Bingham
Amanda Grace Benitez ... Hanna Popkin (as Amanda Grace Cooper)
Felisha Cooper ... Alexis Grace Andersen
Brandon Hampton Brandon Hampton ... Football Player
Jesse Hlubik ... Coach Bantari
Reanin Johannink ... Martha Popkin
Margarito Margarito ... Gardner
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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.

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They're young. They're beautiful. They're back from the dead. See more »

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Comedy | Fantasy | Horror

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One of the locations for the filming of All Cheerleaders Die was Cathedral High School, at 1253 Bishops Road, near China Town, in Los Angeles, California. This school was founded in 1925, and is located on what was the old Calvary Cemetery prior to 1900. This high school was designated Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument 281 in 1984. Its athletes are nicknamed the Phantoms, because of the school's location on top of a cemetery. See more »

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Tracy Bingham: I'm not going to say you have a small dick, Terry, 'cause that would just be predictable. I mean, it's not big, and that's fine, but for the sake of the puppies, I just want to make sure you know how to use it. Three people in my seventeen years have made me come. Myself of course. This really sweet boy at camp the summer after freshman year. Lovely fingers on that boy. And then, not ten minutes ago, I got my frigging socks rocked off... by Maddy. But never by you, Terry.
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Remake of All Cheerleaders Die (2001) See more »

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Medication
Performed by All day
Written by Aaron Beltron, Town Peron and Took Underboe
By arrangement with Hallway productionz
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Has its moments, but not enough of them.
8 October 2017 | by Hey_SwedenSee all my reviews

Loud, frenetic teen-oriented supernatural slasher attempts to show the "playful" side of filmmakers Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson, as some reviewers put it. The story has an outsider named Maddy (Aussie actress Caitlin Stasey) joining the Blackfoot High cheerleading squad, determined to get revenge on the star jock Terry Stankus (Tom Williamson). Things go horribly wrong after a late-night party, and the core group of cheerleaders ends up dead. However, thanks to some intervention by the witchy Leena (Sianoa Smit-McPhee, another Aussie), they return from the dead - with a decided change in attitude and appetite.

The movie is fast paced, so you have to give the filmmakers that much, but the script and the characters generally lack any truly interesting features. Leena, in particular, is the kind of lone wolf Goth type character we've all seen countless times before. One mildly intriguing touch is to keep almost all adult characters firmly in the background, with the exception of a neighbour played by veteran Michael Bowen. The movie also is notable for a healthy amount of splatter devised by Robert Kurtzman (formerly of KNB), and a plethora of hilarious cheese ball visual effects. The female cast is quite attractive, although the prospect of girl watching can only sustain the movie for so long.

The cast is okay, although they're often required to not speak their dialogue so much as to yell it. Williamson is actually a standout as a VERY bad dude, the perfect stereotypical picture of a nasty, callous, "I always get what I want" type jock villain. Outside of Terry and Leena, though, the characters fail to make much of an impact.

This may satisfy undemanding genre fans, at least those hoping for a reasonable amount of sex appeal and violence.

Five out of 10.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 May 2014 (USA) See more »

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All Cheerleaders Die See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Modernciné See more »
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Dolby Digital

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2.35 : 1
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