A group of High School girls with guns go on a killing spree. They are intent on ridding the world of scummy men.
Tries way too hard to be funny. If you like this, you might enjoy Student Bodies or Sorority Babes In The Slime-Ball Bowl-O-Rama.
Director Gorman Bechard has reportedly disowned this spoof and I can kinda see why; it doesn't ever hit the trashy levels of greatness of his previous PSYCHOS IN LOVE, which is even referenced in this film.
Instead, CEMETERY HIGH is schlocky fun in a Troma sort of way. I wouldn't be surprised if it had repeat showings on USA Up All Night back in the day. The film tells the story of five "teenage girls" (played by women who look like they graduated 15 years ago) who set out to punish and kill the misogynist creeps infesting their town. Bechard and his co-writer Carmine Capobianco never take this too seriously, which is actually a blessing. CEMETERY HIGH knows that its priority is goofiness and nothing else.