Review: All Cheerleaders Die (2014)

Back in 2002, I stumbled upon the movie May – a film about a girl who is dedicated (and I mean really dedicated) to creating the “perfect” friend.  It blew me away and I had the writer and director, Lucky McKee, to thank for that. Angela Bettis wasn’t too shabby either.  So because of May, I kept McKee on my radar and I’m glad I did because in 2011 he came strong with the sick and twisted misogyny tale, The Woman.  I notice a focus and theme of the female character with all of his movies, so it came as no surprise when I heard about his latest effort – All Cheerleaders Die.  After watching it, I have good news for anyone who has been waiting for a movie about lesbian cheerleaders who die and come back to life to exact revenge on the high school jocks who killed them. Continue reading