Films: Cheerleader Camp (1988)
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Like any other place of social significance, the role of cheerleader is a lot more brutally competitive than you think. And some people would just kill to be the perky star of the sports spotlight.
History: There's a camp in the woods of whoknowswhere where budding cheerleaders compete against each other for such a coveted role. But there have been some brutal killings going around, and the blame game is in high gear...
Notable Kills: One student gets smashed into a tree by a van.
Final Fate: The killer's fate is left ambiguous, though it's heavily implied to be Cory, the frequently mocked ex-mascot. As her misblamed friend is taken away, she gleefully dances alone.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-We'd just like to take this time to remind you that peer pressure can be a dangerous thing. Especially if it leads to such grissly murders as this. Maybe next time we shouldn't have our cheerleading camps in places this isolated.
Trivia: -The 1991 film "Camp Fear" was made to be a sequel to this film, but that plan fell through halfway through production.
-Actor Leif Garrett (remember him from "Devil Times Five") claims that if he had the time, he'd buy every copy of this film so that no one would ever see it.