Yes, all of them.

Honest question: What is the obsession with murdering cheerleaders? I mean, it’s been the focus of everything from Cheerleader Camp to The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom. Is it sexual frustration? Repressed high school hostility? Or maybe –just maybe…they deserve it.

Anyway, All Cheerleaders Die is directed and written by Lucky McKee and Chris Siverston. I’m not familiar with Siverston’s body of work (apparently he directed Lindsay Lohan’s I Know Who Killed Me) but Lucky McKee directed The Woman, which is pretty damn disturbing and should never be watched around squeamish girlfriends.

All Cheerleaders Die seems to be a turn in the direction of comedy for both filmmakers, but something tells me that the gags will be met equally with…well, gags.