Cheer! Rally! Kill! is a collection of Lifetime cheerleading films: Identity Theft of a Cheerleader, The Secret Lives of Cheerleaders, The Cheerleader Escort, Undercover Cheerleader and The Wrong Cheerleader, available on DVD March 2nd.
Cheer! Rally! Kill!
— 5-Film Collection —
Genre(s): Suspense Thriller
Lionsgate | TV14 – 432 min. – $24.98 | March 2, 2021
Date Published: 02/20/2021 | Author: The Movieman
Identity Theft of a Cheerleader (2019) — 31-year-old high school drop-out, Vicky (MAIARA WALSH), decides to steal the identity of a cheerleader in order to re-do her senior year of high school.
The Secret Lives of Cheerleaders (2019) — Ava (SAVANNAH MAY) is an incoming transfer student who reluctantly tries out for the cheerleading team at the insistence of her overly ambitious mother (DENISE RICHARDS). As she transitions into her new life, Ava discovers becoming part of the squad comes at a price.
The Cheerleader Escort (2019) — College freshman Cassie (ALEXANDRA BEATON) is overjoyed about the new friendships, status, and access to social events that come along with earning a spot on the cheerleading squad. When she meets Terry (DAMON RUNYAN), the charismatic President of the Alumni Association. At an event, Cassie finds herself falling for this older man despite their age difference.
Undercover Cheerleader (2019) — Autumn (KAYLA WALLACE) is a beautiful transfer student who goes undercover as a cheerleader to do an exposé on the cruel culture of the squad for her school newspaper. But when someone begins viciously attacking cheerleaders, she starts to fear for her own life.
The Wrong Cheerleader (2020) — Becky (CRISTINE PROPERI) is a sociable high school cheerleader that flies under the radar when it comes to receiving attention from boys… until she catches the eye of the charming and handsome new student Rob (DAVID MEZA). Rob seems like the ideal boy, until his affection turns into obsession and he stops at nothing to keep Becky all to himself.
SPECIAL FEATURES – 0/5
|This set has two movies on the first disc and three films on disc two. No features were included.|
VIDEO – 4/5, AUDIO – 3¾/5
|All five of these films basically look the same, and wouldn’t surprise me if some shared the same locations, but all in all they do look pretty good in standard definition. There wasn’t as much pixilation as I expected and in fact some of it looked fairly sharp for DVD. Colors are generally bright in keeping with the tone. Each film comes with a basic but serviceable Dolby Digital 2.0 track. Dialogue comes across with decent clarity and there is some modest depth.|