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Cheerleader Camp

Cheerleader Camp, also known as Bloody Pom-Poms, is an American slasher film, released in 1988. Starring Betsy Russell, Leif Garrett, directed by John Quinn, and written by David Lee Fein and R.L. O'Keefe, the primary motif of the film is, as the title implies, cheerleading. As is typical of most slasher films of the era, the plot is simple and formulaic, Essentially, the film follows Alison (Russell) at a camp with her boyfriend (Garret), where they encounter a mysterious killer, and their attempts to unravel the murderer's identity. The reaction to the film was lukewarm. Though most critics felt that the film was enjoyable for what it was, none felt that Cheerleader Camp was especially high-quality, and some have compared it unfavorably to the superficially similar film Sleepaway Camp. The film was released on Region 1 DVD by Anchor Bay Entertainment in 2004. A sequel to the film, "Cheerleader Camp II," was released in 1990. ...This information was automatically generated from Freebase article Cheerleader Camp. You should replace/update it...