All Cheerleaders Die

de Lucky McKee, Chris Sivertson


In 2001 two new filmmakers, Lucky Mckee and Chris Sivertson, got their video cameras and made All Cheerleaders Die, a bit of fun that turned the tide on teen movie clichés. A decade later, the duo gets together again to remake, with more means and experience, this film about a marginal teenager who has to team up with the cheerleaders at her high school to take on a supernatural threat. 


Lucky McKee, Chris Sivertson

McKee is a Festival regular, where he’s presented May (02), Red (08) and The Woman (11). Sivertson directed The Lost (06), I Know Who Killed Me (07) and Brawler (11). 

Technical information

Edition: 2013
Section: Oficial Fantàstic Especials
Original language: English