Sorority Row

Sorority Row 2009

Sexy college juniors Cassidy (Briana Evigan), Jessica (Leah Pipes), Claire (Jamie Chung), Ellie (Rumer Willis) and Megan (Audina Patridge) are sorority sisters sworn to trust, secrecy and solidarity, no matter what. But their loyalty is tested when a prank at…
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Sexy college juniors Cassidy (Briana Evigan), Jessica (Leah Pipes), Claire (Jamie Chung), Ellie (Rumer Willis) and Megan (Audina Patridge) are sorority sisters sworn to trust, secrecy and solidarity, no matter what. But their loyalty is tested when a prank at a raucous house party goes terribly wrong and Megan ends up brutally murdered. Rather than confess to the crime and risk destroying their bright futures, the girls agree to hide the bloody corpse and keep their secret forever.

Member Reviews

  • Average, teen movie/horror combo. It's ok if you like the crude american teen movies. Some good kills in this though.

  • loved it,

    Lee
  • Awesome remake of the 1980's version of The House on Sorority Row improves upon the film in so many ways. Usually remakes are just pale versions of the original but remake keeps faithful while creating a new story with respectful tributes to the original. The Sorority sisters play a prank on a cheating boyfriend of one of their own but the prank backfires and one is killed by mishap. They cover up the crime but later on they are stalked and killed by someone who knows what they did. Awesome acting by a young cast and smooth direction with plenty of decent jump scenes and refs to the original film. The setting is updated and the horror is brillantly done with decent gore and some inventive kills scenes with just the right amount of violence and gore without being over the top. The ending is open but a sequal is welcome. Def a worthy remake and one of the best thus far. Highly recommended to horror fan and totaly loved it.

  • no good

  • great take on the teen slasher flick

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