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All Cheerleaders Die review

High-school drama with a few gory twists...

In 2001, Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson debuted with All Cheerleaders Die , a scrappy, gory teen flick shot on video and serving up a Wicca-laden face-off between football jocks and pom-pom girls. Both have since made quality adaptations of Jack Ketchum’s controversial writings ( The Lost , The Woman ) and now reunite to have a second bite at the movie that popped their cherries.

Blending genres, tropes and tones with gleeful abandon, All Cheerleaders Die 2.0 sees four mean girls brought back from the dead to exact some hungry, horny revenge on the misogynistic team. Young, far-from-dumb and full of comeuppances.

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