This is an American made-for-TV cheerleading comedy slasher movie that aired on a Syfy. This is the 7th installment of this same title series of cheerleading movies.
The movie differs from their predecessors in that, this partially ditches the sequence usual comedic tones and incorporated more horror elements, even though the final rating was a PG-13. The movie received negative reviews during its physical release.
Kerri Medders acted as Abby
Madison MacIsaac acted as Sydney
Cassandra Potenza acted as Captain Becca
Aidan Ritchie acted as Grunchy Bus Driver
Tiera Skovbye acted as McKayla Miller
Alten Wilmot acted as Mateo
Makena Zimmerman acted as Eve Simmons
Gino Anania acted as Evan Wolf
Sara Angelica acted as Larissa
Alexandra Beaton acted as Regan
Samuel Braun acted as Scott Becker
Alec Carlos acted as Danny Jefferies
Sierra Holder acted as Jackie
Sam Robert Muik acted as Quincy
Missi Pyle acted as Principal Simmons
Erika Prevost acted as Tori
Jerni Stewart acted as Candace
Scarlett Smith acted as Paige / Evee Simmons (Age 5)
Jahron Wilson acted as Skeleton
Marlowe Zimmerman acted as Paige Simmons
Robert Allen acted as Football Coach
Megan Best acted as Sandra Pollack / Young Simmons
Callista Begin acted as Paige / Evee Simmons (Age 12)
Rudy Borgonia acted as Silent Sol / Quiet Sol
Shannon Guile acted as Diablo Mascot
Jared Khalifa acted as Diablo Mascot / Cheerleader
When Abby and the Diablo Teammates were forbidden from doing a risky cheer stunt of their overly cautious institute, they feared that they may be laughed out from the upcoming regional cheering competition. The squad came up with the plan to choreograph the winning routine as a secret at the nearby abandoned school. The moment that they are at the school to have a rehearsal, one by one, these cheerleaders start to disappear. During the time that they realized they are locked inside together with the killer, it will be too late to any of them for survival.
This seventh film installment is the first entry that has horror elements. These are cute and pretty girls with weak recitals, and mainly because they did not have the best materials to work on. Made-for-TV film budget script, cringe dialogues and direction. Except for some funny dialogues there had been much of comedy that is in this movie.
This movie is really a much more of bloodless affair and that is why it is so tame, with some tinkering, it could have easily taken the PG rating and it premiered on the Disney+. This movie has almost a dozen of death scenes and none of which had been particularly memorable. However, you can find it strange, that the killer here brought a series of throwing knives that he can occasionally fling. This had the possibility to become a decent waste of your time. The movie is barely a horror movie as it stands. They should have added some creativity or some gallons of blood for a change. Just saying!