Excerpt from the Variety review by Dennis Harvey:
…Viewing all this with dismay is goth girl Leena (Sianoa Smit-McPhee), who until now apparently enjoyed intimacies with Maddy not strictly emotional in nature. She’s lurking around, spying on her ex’s Sapphic seduction of Tracy at a party in the woods, when a violent girls-vs.-boys argument results in a deadly car accident. Leena uses her trusty magic Wiccan stones to revive the deceased, and by morning, several not-so-dead cheerleaders are back in class — albeit with two sisters (Reanin Johannink and Amanda Grace Cooper) now inconveniently stuck in each other’s bodies, and all afflicted by a new desire to suck the life force from any nearby male. Especially obnoxious football-playing ones.
Lucky McKee? Campy bloodfest? We’ll give it a chance! First, though, we need to hunt down the short film it was based on until we can get our paws on All Cheerleaders Die.
- Red carpet highlights from Day 1 of TIFF (globalnews.ca)
- TIFF Review: All Cheerleaders Die (arielfisher.com)
- Daniel Radcliffe’s ‘Horns’ and Eli Roth’s ‘Green Inferno’ to premiere at Toronto Film Festival (horrorboom.com)
- Production of All Cheerleaders Die Moving Along (dreadcentral.com)