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All Cheerleaders Die (2014) Rating:
- Eloise = 7 / 10;
- Raoul = 6 / 10;
- IMDb = 5.1 / 10;
- Rotten Tomatoes = 5.3 / 10;
All Cheerleaders Die (2014) Synopsis:
Maddy and a group of cheerleaders die in a tragic accident but are soon brought back to life by Maddy’s previous lover, a teen-witch who can control the power of stones.
All Cheerleaders Die (2013) is the remake of the film of the same name, by the same two directors, made back in 2001. I haven’t seen the original so I cannot compare, but this one proves that the combination of Lucky McKee (May, The Woods, The Woman) and Chris Sivertson (The Lost, I Know Who Killed Me, Brawler) is a fruitful one.
Behind its simplistic “teen horror” aspect, All Cheerleaders Die delivers some bad-ass horror. It is tainted with that sort of comedy that can be found in B-movies that are “so bad that they are good”, but never falls into the completely ridiculous. Instead, the film plays with over-exaggeration in a relatively subtle manner, and the result is hilarious!
In general, the film makes a good job out of the story. All the characters are well-introduced, leading to some cool side-stories- The fact that is the girls are all hotties helps too. This makes the first hour really exciting but, as it is often the case with this type of horror, it tends to wear off and get a little repetitive and annoying towards the end. For example, the story with magical stones is really a lame aspect of the film.
In summary, All Cheerleaders Die is sort of a college mix between I Know What You Did Last Summer and Dead Snow. Not the movie of the year, but some good entertainment.
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