Cheerleader Camp: To the Death

★☆☆☆ – (2014) – Cheerleaders travel to a training spot where their own kind were murdered a year before. A cheap and ugly slasher with lame kills, lame humor, and a lame outcome. Every character is either a vapid pain in the ass, an overly smug victim, or a cheesy red herring. Incredibly short, but still dull.


★½☆☆ – (1985) – A group of female friends take a trip to the desert where they’re assaulted by rapists. Does plenty of preaching about the social statures of men and women, but never signifies a point as this feels more like a rip-off of Last House than anything singular or eventful. Has so much nudity that the mere thought of women’s lib is rendered moot early on.

Devil May Call

★★☆☆ – (2013) – A maniac stalks a call center for the problematic when his favorite adviser is about to leave. Attempts to create a quiet atmosphere amid quirky characters, but ultimately abandons anything unique for the tired and cliched. Doesn’t quite become the pillar of female strength it strives for, but hey, it tries.