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Release Date: September 11, 2009

Starring: Briana Evigan, Leah Pipes, Rumer Willis, Julian Morris, Jamie Chung, Julian Morris, Matthew O’Leary, Margo Harshman, and Carrie Fisher

Genre: Horror

Audience: Older teenagers and adults

Rating: R

Runtime: 101 minutes

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Content:

(PaPaPa, B, O, Ho, LLL, VVV, SS, NN, AA, DD, MM) Very strong pagan worldview, with some light moral elements and an occult angle that never pans out, plus a couple homosexual references; at least 64 mostly strong obscenities, two strong profanities, and 20 light profanities; extreme, somewhat bloody violence includes brutal stabbings with a lug wrench enhanced with blades, dead body dumped, an ax thrust into character’s head, shotgun blasts at killer, woman killed with flare jammed into her mouth, fighting, and character falls into a fire; strong sexual content includes college students making out in bed, implied fornication, exhibitionism, a crude reference to sodomy, a couple references to homosexuality, and some verbal references to fornication; shots of upper female nudity and rear female nudity, female cleavage, and upper male nudity; strong alcohol use and drunken revelry; smoking and a reference to getting prescription drugs and date rape drugs; and, strong miscellaneous immorality includes insults, conceit, ambition trumps morality, lying, covering up a crime, prank goes wrong, and witnesses killed off one by one.

Summary:

In SORORITY ROW, a remake, a mysterious killer stalks a group of sorority girls in college who covered up a prank that went seriously wrong, in a deadly way. The acting is slightly above average for this particular horrorshow, but there’s nothing otherwise unique in SORORITY ROW, which also contains plenty of extreme violence, sex, nudity, and strong foul language.

Review:

SORORITY ROW, a remake, is about a group of senior college students who decide to pull a terrible prank on the brother of one of their fellow sorority sisters. Megan pretends to be dying from a drug overdose while making out with Garrett at a raucous party. The gang takes Megan’s body to dump it near a quarry lake with a mineshaft, but Garrett panics and actually stabs Megan to death with the lug wrench. Jessica, the conceited, ambitious leader of the sorority girls, convinces the others to dump the body down the mineshaft. Weeks later, it seems that Megan has returned from the dead to exact revenge on the sorority sisters. One by one, the mystery killer gruesomely knocks off the culprits.

The acting is slightly above average for this particular horrorshow, but there’s nothing otherwise unique in SORORITY ROW. The movie tries to be more like a version of the old SCREAM horror movies in the 1990s. As usual, there is plenty of extreme violence, sex, nudity, and strong foul language. Though it tries to be something of a morality tale, the movie’s main emphasis is to titillate the audience’s baser instincts.

In Brief:

SORORITY ROW, a remake, is about a group of senior college students who decide to pull a terrible prank on the brother of one of their fellow sorority sisters. Megan pretends to be dying from a drug overdose while making out with Garrett at a party. The gang takes Megan’s body to dump it near a quarry lake with a mineshaft, but Garrett panics and actually stabs Megan to death. Jessica, the conceited, ambitious leader of the sorority girls, convinces the others to dump the body down the mineshaft. Weeks later, it seems that Megan has returned from the dead to exact revenge on the sorority sisters. One by one, the mystery killer gruesomely knocks off the culprits.

The acting is slightly above average for this particular horrorshow, but there’s nothing otherwise unique in SORORITY ROW. The movie tries to be more like a version of the old SCREAM horror movies in the 1990s. As usual, there is plenty of extreme violence, sex, nudity, and strong foul language. Though it tries to be something of a morality tale, the movie’s main emphasis is to titillate the audience’s baser instincts.