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All Cheerleaders Die

All Cheerleaders Die is 90 minutes of cheerleaders, football players, pool parties, peer pressure, popularity contests, long blond curly hair, short skirts and low tops, muscular teenage pectorals, goofy jokes, shining white teeth and… neck-breaking, blood sucking, zombie witches..? 859 more words

Reviews

ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE (2013)

Directed by Lucky McKee & Chris Sivertson

Starring: Caitlin Stasey, Siaona Smith-McPhee & Tom Williamson

Lucky McKee should be a horror director, certainly at this stage 13 years on into his career, many horror fans should know well. 730 more words

Horror

HORROR YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED: THE WOODS (2006)

THE WOODS (2006)

Lucky McKee followed up his devious and gruesomely fun May with this David Ross written story of supernatural goings on at at all girls boarding school set deep in the woods. 685 more words

Horror You Might Have Missed

The Woman (2011)

Review first published by Little White Lies

Stick around after the closing credits of Lucky McKee’s The Woman, and you will be treated to a beautifully animated sequence in which Darlin’ Cleek (the film’s youngest character) sails alone, like Max in ‘Where the Wild Things Are’, to an island whose monstrous inhabitant inspires wonder and delight rather than terror in Darlin’. 829 more words

My (Fashionably Late) July '14 in Review

Having just relocated (back) to Pennsylvania, my life has been in quite the state of disarray as I’ve scrambled – panicked and uncertain – to pick up the pieces and start anew. 105 more words

The Month In Review

Light as a feather - 'All Cheerleaders Die' Review

By Glenn Dunks
August 13, 2014

Directors Lucky McKee (May) and Chris Sivertson (I Know Who Killed Me) have fashioned a gory take on the mythos of American high school life in… 339 more words

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Film Review No.330: All Cheerleaders Die (2013)

Just over 130 reviews around I covered the Lucky McKee directed film The Woman. I really liked that sick little piece of work and so have had my eyes on his follow up All Cheerleaders Die for some time. 1,145 more words

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