Usually we don’t promote movies here, but we thought we would make an exception this time since it does appear that this movie has something to do with cheerleading or something. Here’s more about the film from Dread Central:
From legendary producer Roger Corman, the director of Dinoshark, and the screenwriter of Sharktopus comes Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader. The EPIX original movie is set to premiere on that network August 25th, and in anticipation of the premiere they’ve released a slew of video clips.
Former Georgia Teen USA 2007 Jena Sims stars as Cassie Stratford, an aspiring college cheerleader who consumes an experimental drug that grants her beauty and enough athletic ability to make the cheer squad. It also has a very unfortunate side effect that you should be able to ascertain from the film’s title.
Little League World Series qualifying finished up over the weekend, and you know what that means: some groups of kids forming joyous mobs, and other groups of devastated kids in tears whom you feel bad for finding compelling but can’t turn away from! Well, one of the joyous mobs was made up of kid from Petaluma, California, who beat a squad from Nanakuli, Hawaii to win the right to represent the West region in Williamsport. The kids from Nanakuli, though, will probably be especially heartbroken… because not only did they lose, they lost in about the weirdest, controversial fashion possible.
Specifically, they lost on an appeal – an appeal of a play that had just scored them two runs, which brought them within one of Petaluma when Nanakuli was down to its final out. Petaluma third baseman Porter Slate, though, thought one of Nanakuli’s runners missed third on his way to scoring. Petaluma’s coach told the pitcher to appeal. He did. The runner was called out. Game over. The question: was the call correct? We dare you to watch the clip below and be sure of that:
Who gets these assignments to do these stories? And more importantly, why don’t more of us think stuff like this up?
Imagine this poor guy having to pour over hundreds of pictures and videos of the NFL’s newest cheerleaders, trying to find the best looking ones. How hard would that be? And so continues our love/hate relationship with the guys at the BleacherReport.com: 7 Best-Looking Rookie Cheerleaders from Around the NFL