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We Got Spirit


Screenplay by Brett Crandall

Long after graduating, former cheerleaders, Trevor and Adam, bond over their love for all things SPIRIT. But their small Kansas hometown crowd does not react well when they don Spartan uniforms once again and start cheering at home games after the school’s team get expelled. Having long put away the shames they felt from their love of dance or showmanship, the duo casts a spell to protect their cheer and inadvertently open their team pompoms to possession. As local uproar continues, PomPom becomes sentient, determined to stop anyone who steals cheer, queer or otherwise, becoming a deadlier threat than Trevor and Adam intended. This horror/dance/comedy takes “the Holiday genre” and shakes it like a pompom.

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