Drop Everything and Watch The Sales Trailer For Lucky McKee’s ‘All Cheerleaders Die’

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We have never kept our love of filmmaker Lucky McKee‘s work a secret. From May, to The Woods and The Woman we have drooled over his ability to engage viewers while simultaneously making them squirm in their seats, and his latest may just be his best yet.

Finding its way online early this morning, the international sales trailer for Lucky McKee’s All Cheerleaders Die can now be viewed right here on UTG. The film seems to find McKee abandoning his signature character piece filmmaking style in search of something more accessible to mainstream audiences, but those paying close attention will no doubt find his pitch black sense of humor is still firmly in place. The official synopsis reads:

When tragedy rocks Blackfoot High, rebellious outsider Mäddy Killian shocks the student body by joining the cheerleading squad. This decision drives a rift between Mäddy and her ex-girlfriend Leena Miller – a loner who claims to practice the dark arts. After a confrontation with the football team, Mäddy and her new cheerleader friends are sent on a supernatural roller coaster ride which leaves a path of destruction none of them may be able to escape.

You can view the trailer at the end of this post.

McKee is no stranger to the world of horror, but All Cheerleaders Die will definitely expose his abilities to a new demographic of genre enthusiasts. The film unfortunately has no release date at this time, but you can rest assured we’ll be following its progress closely in the months ahead. If you want to stay on top of this and all movie-related shenanigans on the site, follow UTG on Twitter so you can be the first to learn of news, trailers, screenings and more.

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James Shotwell is the founder of Under The Gun Review. He loves writing about music and movies almost as much as he loves his two fat cats. He's also the co-founder of Antique Records and the Marketing Coordinator for Haulix. You should probably follow him on Twitter.

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