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  • Actors: Briana Evigan, Rumer Willis
  • Directors: Stewart Hendler
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Summit Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 23, 2010
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00275EHDM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,154 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Sorority Row" on IMDb

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It’s all fun and games until someone gets stabbed with a tire iron. When a pledge week prank goes terribly wrong and one of their own is killed, the popular, hard-partying sisters of Theta Pi vow never to speak of the tragedy again. But the past comes back to haunt them in the form of a homicidal maniac seeking revenge during the out-of-control graduation festivities.


"Now let's go wash the blood off in the lake and get back to the party." Ah, the girls of Theta Pi are up to something naughty again. And as that crucially timed line of dialogue suggests, Sorority Row takes its durable horror-movie concept and tweaks it with a bit of Diablo Cody-era snark. The outline of the story is taken from Mark Rosman's 1983 slashfest The House on Sorority Row: an elaborate prank goes extremely wrong, and the resulting accidental death triggers a cover-up that will have dire consequences for those involved. This update gets off to a flashy start, with funny lines and a genuinely horrifying prank sequence. It's only when the action advances a few months into the future, and the time comes for the sorority sisters to pay the piper, that the movie devolves into a disappointingly standard slasher rhythm. The sisters include in their ranks Briana Evigan, Leah Pipes, and Rumer Willis (daughter of Bruce and Demi), all of whom have taken the code of Theta Pi solidarity a little too seriously. Of course, you have to suspect something is tainted when the Theta Pi housemother is played by Carrie Fisher. The grisly deaths, many of which involve a souped-up tire iron, are certainly true to the slasher-movie spirit of the 1980s, even if Sorority Row has snappier dialogue than those movies could have dreamed of. --Robert Horton

Customer Reviews

I thought this was a really good horror/slasher film.
Pumpkin Man
I'll admit firstoff I've always hated slasher movies I don't know how I ended up watching this one, but don't let my bias fool you. this is just plain stupid.
It's a very effective movie with a beautiful cast and a pretty decent storyline.
Justin Tyler

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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Jason VINE VOICE on September 15, 2009
Yeah, I watched it! So what?! When you know what you're going in for, this kind of movie has many merits. Sorority Row is a movie about a killer who meanders through an alcohol-soaked, drug-fueled, sex-crazed, sorority McMansion during the end of the year party indiscriminately butchering the tight-bodied, scantily-clothed co-eds - and their dufus boyfriends - who may or may not have knowledge of a murder cover-up involving a senior soror who got chucked down a well like baby Jessica.

Additionally, the cheese-covered horror rules are followed perfectly: The phones get no reception unless receiving a horrifying, tension-increasing picture or video from the killer. A dark, mysterious figure in a face-covering graduation robe, the killer is so derivative that I imagined the character holding the fishing hook from I Know What You Did Last Summer (IKWYDLS) and wearing the mask from the Scream Trilogy, neither of which happened. There is full frontal nudity that serves no other purpose than checking off the nudity requirement. Characters who engage in illicit sex almost certainly die. Characters who elicit groans or disapproval from the audience are guaranteed excruciating deaths. And, finally, there is inevitably more than one "twist" to mislead the viewers attempting early killer recognition.

As for the characters, just picture IKWYDLS and replace the male characters with gorgeous, nubile, women in their early twenties.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Z. White on December 22, 2009
Format: Blu-ray
What you see is what you get. This is a GREAT slasher, and CORRECTLY serves as a throwback to the 80s and 90s slashers we all loved so much. The kills are really creative and cool, the dialogue is funny and delightfuly cheesy. Means Girls + I Know What You Did Last Summer = Sorority Row...SLASHER GOLD!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By blu-rays on June 15, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
Sorority Row is actually a fun, teen horror-y movie. I really liked this one, it was cheesy but fun. The acting isn't great -- it could of had better acting but I still enjoyed it! I couldn't help but get this one on Blu-Ray. The picture is really good too. The movie is very similar to I Know What You Did Last Summer, but hey, all [teen] horror/thrillers movies are like that now days! Like:
The Roommate (2011) >>> Single White Female
Obsessed (2009) >>> Fatal Attraction

In the end, it's a fun movie and it has some good scares!
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Horror Bob on September 20, 2009
Sorority Row [Theatrical Release]


Mark Rosman's THE HOUSE ON SORORITY ROW was a very decent 1983 slasher movie : gruesome in the right places, with a strong final girl, efficient suspense scenes and a pleasingly surrealistic finale. It's not a classic, nor (until later this year) has it ever had a proper DVD release, but it is an 80's horror movie, so it obviously needs to be remade so that we contemporary audiences don't need to watch anything made before 1998.
The new movie with a shortened title has token references to the older movie : it unfolds at "Rosman College", briefly features the bird-like cane that was a memorable murder weapon in the 1983 film, and has a scene of corpse-dumping. Otherwise, the moments that feel familiar in SORORITY ROW could have come from any number of 80's slasher films, and the elaborately nasty prank that triggers the plot is more reminiscent of the exposition in movies like SLAUGHTER HIGH. It's barely a "remake", and the opening titles confuse matters more by stating "based on the screenplay SEVEN SISTERS" - that being an early title for HOUSE ON SORORITY ROW.
Curiously, the new film's core story and structure are very close to I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER, and it has an almost identical group discussion scene before the body - dumping that sets off the slasher plot. It doesn't't directly reference other slasher movies, but its smartass attitude, in which characters in peril crack self-aware or callous one-liners, is very much in tune with the SCREAM slasher era of the late 90's. It feels like a film out of time - though, luckily, it has more to offer than most.
The set up is as simple as you'd want.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on December 11, 2011
Format: DVD
You gotta love a movie that starts out with college girls jumping on a trampoline in pj's having a pillow fight. Clearly the writers know the formula for a successful slasher movie. The sorority girls are intelligent and snarky. Roofies? "A great way to have sex and get a good night's sleep all at the same time."

When one of the boyfriends of one of the girls cheats on him, they opt to play a joke on him. His gf pretends to be knocked out from roofies while he initiates sex. Then she vomits fake blood and pretends to die. In a fake panic the sisters take her and the unsuspecting bf out to a remote area to bury her, although she is not dead. In Hitchcock like fashion the boyfriend, Garrett, throws a wrench into the works...well okay a tire iron, but it had the same effect. Now with a real corpse, they decide to cover the whole episode up.

TV actress Leah Pipes plays Jessica. She is the blond ring leader of the group. Her dad is running for the senate. She is opposed by Cassidy (Briana Evigan of "Burning Bright") who has a raspy Demi Moore voice. Rumer Willis (daughter of Bruce Willis/ Demi Moore)plays Elle. She is the girl who goes along with everything. She wears glasses in this film which makes her look like Emma Stone on a bad hair day. She is the one that doesn't sound like Demi Moore. Jamie Chung, whose career has taken off (no thanks to this film), plays Claire as every movie now needs its token oriental babe, something Jessica makes clear. Margo Harshman plays chugs and rounds out the group of sisters because they needed a fourth to carry the body and dump it down a mine shaft, as Cassidy wouldn't help. Chugs is the drunk and slut in the group. Guess who dies first?
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