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All Cheerleaders Die 2014 NR CC

(54) IMDb 5.2/10
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Watch Now While It's in Theaters. 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.

Starring:
Sidney Allison, Charon R. Arnold
Runtime:
1 hour, 30 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Comedy, Horror
Director Lucky McKee, Chris Sivertson
Starring Sidney Allison, Charon R. Arnold
Supporting actors Shay Astar, Sam Bean, Nicholas Bloom, Nadia Boceski, Michael Bowen, Shane Bowen, Brooke Butler, Amanda Grace Cooper, Felisha Cooper, Brandon Hampton, Jesse Hlubik, Reanin Johannink, Margarito, Mike McKee, Madeleine McSweeney, Nicholas S. Morrison, Leigh Parker, Chris Petrovski
Studio RLJ Entertainment
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S. Drury on December 24, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
I actually really enjoyed this from start to finish, I wasn't expecting much from this movie but was quite entertained throughout, from the cool open sequence right up until the great ending! The story is pretty simple but plays out really well and keeps you interested, a bunch of high school cheerleader girls are partying out with some boys on the football team and a fight gets out of control as the girls are chased off the road in their car and killed, only to be brought back from the dead by their friend who practices dark voodoo and magic, soon the girls realise what has happened and go for their revenge, there's a few good little slight twists in the story too and a fantastic ending which is wide open for part 2! The cast is all good, some nice young cheerleader girls, the effects are all good and great fun, some bloody kills, nothing major gory, cool soundtrack too, for a low budget horror its money well spent, this is a bit more classy and better presented than your usual average cheap horror release, well worth picking up this one! its described as a horror comedy but its really not as I didn't laugh at any point, it has a few troma style moments but its more a Jennifer's body cross the craft type of movie!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scott A StJohn on January 25, 2015
Format: DVD
Don't let the reviews scare you away. This one is worth watching. It's not the best movie ever made, but it is a fun ride.

Plot Synopsis: A teenager (Maddie) makes a videologue about her classmate Lexi, who happens to be the head cheerleader. During the shoot, Lexi dies while showing off for the camera. Maddie then joins the cheerleading squad, with the intent of making Terry (the captain of the football team)'s senior year a living hell. Turns out, he raped her over the summer while she was comforting him about Lexi. As things play out, we learn that Maddie's ex-girlfriend is a witch, which is a good thing for Maddie, as her plan for Terry goes awry, and the football team ends up killing her and the other cheerleaders. Maddie's ex brings them back to life, and they take their revenge on the Terry and the rest of the team.

Directed by Lucky McKee (May, Masters of Horror, The Woods), this movie is oddly compelling. The acting isn't extraordinary, and the script has some holes, but this movie stayed with me. I found myself caring about Maddie and her friends, and hours after watching it, I kept thinking about the movie, how it ended, and how the characters' stories would continue. The end credits bill this as Part 1, so I'm hoping there'll be a part 2.

It's not often that a movie stays with me like that and I credit Lucky McKee, as I had the same reaction after watching May. Lucky is an under-rated director, and I feel this movie is worth watching. Give it a shot. You may be pleasantly surprised.
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Format: Blu-ray
I'd only recommend this to the most adventurous horror-goer with a good sense of humor and low expectations. There's nothing special here and the tone erratically shifts. But there's some bonkers humor for those who enjoy such flavor.

After the tragic death of the captain of the cheerleading squad, her meek outsider friend Maddy (Caitlin Stasey; Evidence, I Frankenstein)cleans up and goes undercover as an enthusiastic pom-pomer to expose these mean girls for what they really are. Early in her sting operation, during a beer bash Maddy and her close newfound cheerleader friends are wronged by the captain of the football team (resulting in their accidental death) and now she has an entirely new target.

But wait, Maddy died. So how could she exact her revenge? The answer here is weird little divination stones (or Wicca witch rocks or something, not sure what to call them exactly). A full moon, a little blood and the right cast of the stones seemed to be enough to resurrect three wrongly killed cheer squad members essentially by accident. They basically turn into super strong, zombie succubi and they show up to school the next day with a killer new sexy look and an appetite that is to die for! Cliché.

Co-writer/directors Lucky McKee (The Woods, May, The Woman) and Chris Sivertson (I Know Who Killed Me) don't really bring us anything special this time around. Their actors are weak and inexperienced (but serviceable, I guess), the effects are mundane, none of the characters develop at all, and the story and execution is weak.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on July 18, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
This is a film that showed early promise, was a great idea, but the actors, dialogue, and plot couldn't bring it on. The film starts out as a reality film as they watch and interview a cheerleader. When she is killed while performing "America's most dangerous sport" her friend Maddy (Caitlin Stasey) takes her spot with the intent of enacting revenge especially on football player Terry (Tom Williamson). Added to this mix is witch Leena (Sianoa Smit-McPhee) who makes things happen with stones and crystals that act like a Monkey's Paw.

The film takes 30 minutes to develop. It was good getting there. Once we entered into the meat of the film, the writers didn't know what to do. Or at least they didn't do it well. Character build up was mostly ineffective.

Asylum production. Okay as an inexpensive rental.

Parental Guide: F-bomb. Sex. Rape. Nudity (Reanin Johannink- or body double Mallory Thompson)
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