Their ultimate reunion could surely melt the heart of even the coldest tough guy.
Director: John Quinn Stars: Betsy Russell, Leif Garrett, Lucinda Dickey, Lorie Griffin, Rebecca Ferratti Cheerleader Camp (aka Bloody Pom Poms) follows Alison, a cheerleader who’s grappling with feelings of inadequacy.
Throughout the proceedings, there are some bizarre twists and turns, and many of them make little sense (for instance, how often does it really snow at summer camp? ) Still, of all the Peanuts feature films, Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown may well be the Charlie Browniest. Also, there is a scene where Snoopy and Woodstock get lost and separated from each other.
Left alone to face the cruelty of nature, they both suffer physically and emotionally without their best friend at their side.
We can just watch other people go to camp on-screen and live vicariously through them.Subsequently, the other girls at the camp begin to turn up dead one by one.With that, Alison starts to believe that she has a split-personality who’s doing the killing.What follows is an eyeball rape of virtually every cliché of the genre one could possibly imagine. In short, Band Camp is often mistaken for a terrible film when in fact it is a so-bad-it’s-great masterpiece.Heaps of dirty jokes, hidden video, and more breasts than a KFC-catered frat house? All hail the Stifmeister (as well as his siblings).