The film was apparently edited by the studio for no apparent reason, and this shows in the latter half, as scenes seem to end before they've really even begun.
She has a brother, Ray, and a sister, Grace. He ends up trapped in the building with only his precious sword as a weapon. They freeze the body, but in the modern day, two geeks pledging a fraternity accidentally thaw the corpse, which proceeds to infect the campus with parasites that transform their hosts into killer zombies.
The story is typical, but it's well-acted by the main girl. When Oedipus orders a manhunt, he unknowingly sets the wheels of his own destruction in motion. While this film is predictable, especially if you've seen one of my favorite slashers which I won't name to avoid the obviousit's quite compelling throughout.
What's more, something seems very off with the inhabitants and, more importantly, with the sauna that stands just outside of the village's reach. Classic songs, heartfelt love stories, and the charm of old-fashioned radio combine in this wintertime comedy full of warmth and cheer.
Bizarre occurences begin taking place as well, almost as if someone were toying with her.
The film's best quality is it's villains. Once there, reading through her mother's diary sets off a series of unsettling memories. They leave him, but they never forget him.
When the policewoman disappears, Cathy calls for her repeatedly before stating "If this is you're idea of a joke, it isn't funny.
I found it hard to believe that she was a named character at all. Joe Estevez has a ridiculous role as the resident red herring, a Vietnam vet who owns the house and enjoys spying on the girls as they undress.
The kills themselves are pretty bland, a scene involving an axe being the notable exception.
Shot on video, this film looks better and less amateurish than some of the SOV films I've seen. The opening credits are very effective as one family's encounter with the malevolent entity plays out via sound only.
The characters here are as cold and gloomy as the atmosphere which surrounds them. All Cheerleaders Die opens in Toronto today, check your local listings, The River Fundament played at Toronto’s Luminato – go to clientesporclics.com for more of Matthew Barney’s films; and Why Don’t You Play in Hell is showing next week at the Toronto Japanese Film Festival: go to clientesporclics.com for tickets.
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With the big Homecoming game approaching, Head Zombie-Cheerleader Peaches organizes her undead followers to plan a feast on the rest of the school. It's up to the Drama Geeks to use their gift for dramatic flair to slay their rivals.
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