As promised, All Cheerleaders, Die, will open in selected cities on Friday, June 13th. Are you fortunate enough to see your city on the list below? Yeah, me either. Luckily, the film is available via iTunes and VOD already. I had the pleasure of reviewing the film before the May 8th release and it’s nothing like I expected. All Cheerleaders Die is a devious and sexy film, and it reminded me how skewed perception can be, especially for someone who watches and reviews a lot of films.
Opening Friday, June 13th. (bring a date in honor of Mrs. Vorhees)
|Boston||AMC Methuen 20|
|Chicago||AMC Streets of Woodfield 20|
|Dallas||AMC Mesquite 30|
|Detroit||AMC Forum 30|
|Houston||AMC Studio 30 Houston|
|Los Angeles||AMC Burbank 8|
|Miami||AMC Aventura Mall 24|
|New York||AMC Empire 25|
|Phoenix||AMC Deer Valley 30|
|Tampa||AMC Veterans 24|
All Cheerleader Die is the result of filmmakers, Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson, remaking their own low/no-budget horror film of the same name. Although I haven’t seen the original, I can only assume this version is smarter and even more out of the box. Fans of off kilter horror films will undoubtedly draw comparison to everything from Buffy the Vampire, Slayer, Idle Hands, and even the weirdly awesome Megan Fox yarn, Jennifer’s Body. Some parts of high school will always be relevant; jealousy, betrayal, geek versus jock mentality, and …witchcraft?
Teenage outsider Maddy is keeping some dark secrets and holding a serious grudge against the captain of the Blackfoot High football team. When Maddy joins the school’s elite and powerful cheerleading squad, she convinces her new friends to help inflict her revenge. After a late-night party goes awry, their plans take an unexpected turn for the worst and all of the girls die. A sinister, supernatural power intervenes and the girls mysteriously appear at school the next day with a killer new look… and some unusual new appetites.
Directed & Written by Lucky McKee, Chris Sivertson
Starring: Caitlin Stasey, Sianoa Smit-McPhee, Brooke Butler, Amanda Grace Cooper, Reanin Johannink, Tom Williamson