Being young and sexy can be dangerous in “Dying to be a Cheerleader” and “Killer Weekend”

Being young and sexy can be dangerous in "Dying to be a Cheerleader" and "Killer Weekend"

High school and college times might be the most important times for any growing person, the true magical paths on becoming an adult. A time of changes, the discovering of your new adult body through sex and parties, meeting tons of new people, some of them will mark the definition of your persona for the rest of your life. And one could think going through all this new era of your life could be easier if you are a good looking and talented girl, but that might not always be true.

In the thriller Dying to be a Cheerleader (2020), the new girl in town tries out for her high school’s cheerleading team, and she unwittingly humiliates the most popular girl in school. That leads to deadly consequences.

The movie has been directed by Tom Shell and written by David Chester, author of the screenplay of the thiller Marriage Killer (2019). Ashlynn Yennie (The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (2009), Fear, Inc. (2016), Variant (2020)) is the main star of a cast that also includes Dominique Booth, Kalen Bull, Nicolette Langley, Grace Patterson, Christian Rivera, Casey O’Keefe, Nicole Pulliam, Emma Milani, Sionne Elise, Tatum Chiniquy, and Lisa Cole.

Here you can watch the trailer for Dying to be a Cheerleader (2020).

Killer Weekend (2020) centers on a sexy young coed who enjoys a lavish lifestyle thanks to a sugar daddy dating app, accessing their money by having them killed. She soon meets her match, however, in her new rich, handsome boyfriend – who happens to also be a serial killer.

Jamielyn Lippman is the director of the movie, based on a story by Lony Ruhmann (Deadly Signal (2016), Cabaret of the Dead (2017)), and with a screenplay written by Travis Romero (Altered Perception (2017), White Collar (2009–2014) TV series). Michael Biehn, popular for having starred in essential titles in horror and science-fiction like The Terminator (1984), Aliens (1986), and The Abyss (1989), stars in the movie together with Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, Vanessa Zima, Caitlin Keats, Andy Davoli, Richard Gunn, Catherine McCafferty, and Nikita Black.

Here you can watch the trailer for Killer Weekend (2020).

Both movies are already available on Video on Demand and DVD.

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