All Cheerleaders Die 2014

All Cheerleaders Die

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All Cheerleaders Die sets out to subvert horror tropes, but ends up falling victim to many of the same trashy cliches it's trying to mock.

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User Ratings: 4,113

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Movie Info

A rebellious teen convinces the cheerleaders to take down the captain of the football team until a supernatural problem thrusts the young women into a new battle.

Cast & Crew

Caitlin Stasey
Maddy Killian
Brooke Butler
Tracy Bingham
Amanda Grace Cooper
Hanna Popkin
Tom Williamson
Terry Stankus
Chris Petrovski
George Shank
Leigh Parker
Manchester 'Manny' Mankiewitz
Reanin Johannink
Martha Popkin
Jordan Wilson
Vik De Palma
Lucky McKee
Screenwriter
Chris Sivertson
Screenwriter
Russell Dinstein
Executive Producer
Arrien Schiltkamp
Executive Producer
Loren Semmens
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Critic Reviews for All Cheerleaders Die

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Audience Reviews for All Cheerleaders Die

  • Jan 03, 2015
    Rocks the "And suddenly, MAGIC!" trope I detest so. Watchable by all accounts, but absolutely zero staying power.
    Gimly M Super Reviewer
  • Sep 28, 2014
    Interesting more than good. Have liked Lucky McGee since May, so had to get this. Don't quite know what I sat and watched, but somehow not too surprised by that! Looks great for a low budget movie. Liked the cheerleaders and the goth character. Sort of works even though it's a wtf type of movie. Will probably watch this one again and see if it becomes any clearer.
    Nicki M Super Reviewer
  • Jul 29, 2014
    While this is a collaboration between Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson, remaking their own film that the first shot right after graduating college, I've been a big fan of Lucky McKee for a long time. I thought both May and The Woman were incredibly smart horror films. Lucky has always had a good handle on how to create compelling female characters while subverting the typical usage of females in horror films. Whether that be the damsel in distress, or the sexual manipulator playing everyone to get what she wants, Lucky finds a way to avoid the typical characterization associated with females in horror movies. And this one is no different. While this movie certainly has a very unique and novel concept, I don't think that it fully reaches its own potential. Part of the problem comes in the fact the film feels the need to flaunt how clever it is. It's like a macho guy who makes fun of gays because he's insecure about his own sexuality. Same principle applies to this movie, with the exception it's insecure about its cleverness. Don't get me wrong, though, there are some really witty moments here, cool subversion of female character tropes, so it's not that this movie doesn't know what it's doing. It's just that it doesn't really feel that this approach doesn't feel really that organic, or natural. Whether that is because this was a collaboration between two filmmakers and not just a strictly Lucky McKee project remains to be seen. Just because they're both billed as the directors of the film does not mean that they both had equal input. We don't know who came up with what, so it's something we shall never know. Another issue is that the film has very obvious tonal issues. I realize that writing scripts is, sometimes, a multiple person project, but I don't know why, I get the feeling that having two people involved in the writing AND directing of the film led to these tonal issues. This is just conjecture on my part, so don't take this as fact. Sometimes it was serious, sometimes it was satirical, sometimes it was violent, but it was never all of these things at once in a consistent manner. There are some very funny moments though and the climax itself is really cool. The acting is also pretty damn good all things considered. Don't know why I say that, since Lucky McKee has had a pretty good track record with casting in his films. I realize that I came across as sort of negative on the film because of its many issues, but I genuinely did enjoy the film despite those issues. It's a fun little movie despite it not being good, in my opinion. The ending itself was great because I would very much welcome a sequel, I think it'd give Lucky and Chris a chance to improve upon this film and make a vastly superior one the next time around. I'd watch a sequel in a heartbeat. With that said, decent horror movie with lots of flaws, doesn't make the most of its premise, but it's still a decent horror movie and definitely worth a watch on Netflix, just because it's something different than the norm.
    Jesse O Super Reviewer
  • Jan 04, 2014
    works okay and the film attempts a lot. could of been more of a roller-coaster but it misses that. good for a night in but it won't be the cult favorite it was apiring to be
    Brendan N Super Reviewer

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