This may sound bitter, but I am so tired of these revival films exploiting old franchises and movies to capture the old audience with a new, shitty, film using the name for sales. We see this all the time and 95% of the time the movies are unwatchable.
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The most recent has been Cheerleader Camp: To The Death, a movie starring Jennifer Banko (okay, the movie may be watchable just for her!) and Ari Lehman.
The movie was written by Christian Sellers, who seems to be a really cool guy, and John Klyza (didn't he used to make masks?), so the script may at least be worthwhile. But in the end, the movie looks cheap and simply bad.
I am an absolutely huge fan of Cheerleader Camp (1988) and I really never cared to see a sequel to it – definitely not nearly 30 years after the fact on digital cameras. They could have at least got Leif Garrett to come back! They at least got Betsy Russell to do the "sort of" sequel Camp Fear!