All Cheerleaders Die

2013

Action / Comedy / Fantasy / Horror

114
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 49%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 34%
IMDb Rating 5.1 10 7960

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July 19, 2014 at 05:05 AM

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Cast

Caitlin Stasey as Maddy Killian
Chris Petrovski as George Shank
Sianoa Smit-McPhee as Leena Miller
Michael Bowen as Larry
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700.98 MB
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
1 hr 29 min
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
1 hr 29 min
P/S 1 / 9

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lusciousmuffins 9 / 10

Surprised by the low ratings...

I'm shocked by how harsh the reviews are for this film. No, this is not Gone with the Wind or Citizen Kane, but for what it is, the movie is pretty great. I caught this film after it came out on Netflix and was pleasantly surprised by how good it was. Compared to 90% of horror films being made today, this one is infinitely more engaging and clever. At the same time, it has all the classic elements of a teen scream that one would look for if you were in the mood for that type of film. Honestly, it's an inventive take on a classic move genre and well worth your time if you are in the mood for some silly, gory fun. Highly recommend you ignore all the people who trashed this movie and see it for yourself. You'll be glad you did.

Reviewed by Scott LeBrun 5 / 10

Has its moments, but not enough of them.

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.

Reviewed by Stevieboy666 5 / 10

Great title, average film

I love the title & artwork for this film, assumed that it was a slasher movie but it isn't. The cheerleaders do indeed die, killed in a car accident caused by a jealous & drunken jock. Luckily(?) for them one of their friends happens to be a witch who brings the hot chicks back to life using magic crystals. Bloody havoc ensues. A bit slow to get going but once it does it's a reasonably good mix of horror & comedy with some decent gore thrown in. Definitely a film aimed at a teen audience, it does have a Buffy/The Craft feel, plus of course girls in bikinis & guys with 6 packs. Be sure to check the name on the grave in the final scene, the film suggests that this is Part One. Can't say that a sequel is something I'd get excited about though.

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