“All Cheerleaders Die” is a remake of a 2001 horror flick of the very same name and is written and directed by the same writers/directors, Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson. The film is about a cheerleader played by Caitlin Stasey, who is known for her roles as Rachel Kinski in the popular Australian TV show “Neighbours” and as Kenna in “Reign.” Stasey’s character Maddy Killian, battles against the supernatural. Read on for MNG’s “All Cheerleaders Die” movie review and synopsis.
The world premiere “All Cheerleaders Die” was held at the Toronto International Film Festival last Sept. 5, 2013. According to the Internet Movie Database (IMDb), “All Cheerleaders Die,” will be shown in limited U.S. theatres on June 13, 2014. It was released on May 8, 2014 over the Internet.
WARNING! Spoilers from the movie “All Cheerleaders Die” will follow! Read only if you want to know more about it.
“All Cheerleaders Die” Movie Review and Synopsis
“All Cheerleaders Die” Synopsis:
According to Fangoria, this film is based on a group of cheerleaders headed by Tracy (Brooke Butler). The story begins when a cheerleader (played by Felisha Cooper as Alexis) dies while executing a cheerleading move. Tracy takes over her, and not only that, she also has taken over her boyfriend/football captain Terry (Tom Williamson). Is this the usual cheerleader gets the captain of the football team scene?! Definitely not! There’s a lot more to expect from this movie!
Moving on, Maddy (Caitlin Stasey) just happens to be the dead cheerleader’s childhood friend and she is not so happy about this that she plans on getting revenge for her dead friend. She joins the cheerleading team and surprisingly tries to seduce Tracy into a lesbian love affair that will drive Terry nuts.
A tragic car accident followed causing the death of the cheerleaders in which Maddy’s ex girlfriend Leena (Sianoa Smit-McPhee) applied her witchcraft skills on the cheerleaders and raised them from the dead. They came back to life with a whole new level of supernatural powers and vampirism! And they’re coming to get the football players who are responsible for the car crash.
“All Cheerleaders Die” Movie Review:
“All Cheerleaders Die” is a mix of horror with a dash of humor and sexiness as well. A must watch movie for sure! The movie also highlights the cheerleaders in underwear and orgasm scenes that made the story exciting and fun to watch (at least for a select member of the audience, wink, wink).
According to Rotten Tomatoes, “All Cheerleaders Die” got positive reviews so far and holds a rating of 78% fresh on the Tomatometer, based on 7 reviews as of this writing. 93% reportedly want to see this film, based on 102 user ratings. The film also suggests a sequel based on the cliffhanger ending, but you have to see it for yourself this June 13, 2014 in U.S. theatres.