Gimme a D, gimme an E, gimme an A, gimme a T, gimme an H…

Gimme a D, gimme an E, gimme an A, gimme a T, gimme an H…

The sequel to Cheerleader Camp has been a long time coming, and it’s finally here! Producer John Klyza (Sleepaway Camp IV: The Survivor) lit a fire under Cheerleader Camp: To The Death and brought it to 42nd Street Films to distribute as an original production through his label, Retrosploitation. I have some stills, I have a plot: everything you need for a first look.


Cheerleader Camp 2 is directed by Dustin Ferguson (Die, Sister, Die!), written by Christian Sellers (More Brains: A Return to the Living Dead) and John Klyza, and features the musical talents of John Altyn (Sleepaway Camp 2 & 3). The blood and gore are provided by Wetworks SFX Studios. Here’s the synopsis:

“After a team of cheerleaders are burned to death in a gruesome sprinkler accident, the one who got away, Tanya returns to cheerleader camp. Joining her are an all-new squad of drop-dead gorgeous mean girls from competing high schools who chafe under the strict rules set by Coach Paddington (Jennifer Banko, Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood). With a lustful caretaker (Ari Lehman, Friday the 13th) lurking nearby, the team struggle to get along – but soon their life depends on it! When someone in a panda costume begins killing one girl every hour, it’s up to Tanya to piece together the clues before time runs out.”


Here’s what Klyza had to say about the film:

“The project is a satiric romp with knife-sharp dialogue and producer John Altyn saw the value in it. Its throwback nature secured both Jen and Ari who were child actors in 80s horror hits – they’re all grown up now and ready to have a bloody good time at camp with us.”



The stills look great! When we have more news about this exciting upcoming film, I’ll let you know! I love a good throwback. Hopefully this is as awesome as it looks!

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I'm a regular contributing writer to this website. I got into horror movies through the sci-fi monster films I watched with my dad as a kid (ex. Aliens) and the extreme amounts of zombie movies I spent a good portion of my college career watching. I absolutely love zombies (obviously), am a sucker for a low budget (or any) monster movie, and adore horror-comedy films. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley is one of my favorite books, and I'm still waiting for an actually decent film adaptation to bring that fantastic novel to life. Outside of my life as a horror fan, I'm a writer and editor with dreams of turning my screenplays into movies and a love of wine and murder mysteries.

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