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Sorority Row

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Sorority Row

Stewart Hendler (2009)

15 Certificate


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A sorority prank goes wrong resulting in a sister's death in a horror clearly aimed at aficionados of the Prom Night remake. Eight months after the unfortunate accident, the remaining girls are celebrating graduation when a hooded killer starts picking them off in a slapdash slasher that fails to avoid the pitfalls plaguing other maniac-on-the-loose knock-offs. Director Stewart Hendler's stylish-looking update of 1983 cult original The House on Sorority Row (renamed House of Evil in the UK) discards the mutant-baby revenge plot and goes for the obvious whodunnit route, with the coven of sassy sisters indulging in a cartoonish bitch-fest that gets increasingly funnier and more inappropriate as the film wends its way to an unremarkable reveal. (The murders - with a customised tyre iron - may not look that nice, but the outfits sure are pretty.) Carrie Fisher gives the dullness a lift as a gun-toting, no-nonsense den mother, but Rumer Willis (daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore) barely convinces as one of the ill-fated girls of Theta Pi.


Five female students accidentally cause the death of one of their friends when a prank goes wrong, so hide the body and keep their part in her demise a secret. A year later, as they prepare to graduate, they are stalked by a mysterious killer seeking justice for their crime. Horror remake, starring Briana Evigan, Leah Pipes and Rumer Willis.

Cast & Crew

Cassidy Briana Evigan
Jessica Leah Pipes
Ellie Rumer Willis
Claire Jamie Chung
Chugs Margo Harshman
Megan Audrina Partridge
Maggie Caroline D'Amore
Mrs Crenshaw Carrie Fisher
Andy Julian Morris
Garrett Matt O'Leary
Mickey Maxx Hennard
Director Stewart Hendler
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: E1 Films Guidance: Violence. Available on: Available on DVD and BluRay Released on: 4 Sep 2009


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