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Sorority Row [DVD] 
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A group of Sorority sisters are sworn to trust, secrecy and solidarity no matter what. But their loyalty is tested when a prank goes terribly wrong and ends a brutal murder. Rather than confess to the crime, the girls agree to hide the bloody corpse and keep their secret forever. A year later, as they prepare to say goodbye to the house and each, the girls are confident their dark secret will remain buried, but does it?
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Stewart Hendler's picture is a blend of the hormonal versus the slasher. The sex versus the violence. And whilst recent pictures have blended similar ideologies together (Donkey Punch etc) this is still a highly likable picture.
Beginning with your conventional teenage college party we see the camera flowing around in a big one cut opening sequence (impressive one to) as we see students demolishing their surroundings, couples getting frisky and even the odd brawl breaking out. Like the first series of Skins everything is spicy and elegant with colourful unknown protagonists.
From Bruce Willis' daughter to Step Up 2 star Briana Evigan we see a collection of attractive personalities engage in a sorority gathering and when a sexual prank goes from bad to worse in the middle of nowhere we dive right into gritty drama.
The dialogue in this sequence feels quite ordinary, as if plugged straight from any other horror. From the "What's happened" to "What are we going to do?" everything is samey but thankfully this particular sequence is saved through some wonderfully shot hand held camera motives. Flashes of panicked faces flash by in a whirlwind of emotional drama and incomprehensible circumstance and from there we have our horror.
8 months pass by with no incident and as the biggest party of the year arrives, so does a masked guest who targets the sorority girls. Scream was and perhaps still is the first and best original slasher movie thanks to its creepy flinching motive and dark intertextuality to other horrors. This 2009 picture follows similar traits with its unidentifiable villain and modern comedy style.Read more ›
Some of the acting is unconvincing and there is a lack of emotional involvement with the characters meaning we never really sympathise with the girls. The intro is also far too long, taking 30 minutes to get to the main story and its almost halfway through before the first death. It also tries for humour but the funniest moment has to be the queen B on the receiving end of an insult.
The single disc opens to a single preview before going to main menu offering play, scene selections, special features [secrets from the set, killer 101, kill switch, deleted scenes, outtakes] and set up [subtitles on/off].
If you love slasher movies or are a ‘B movie’ fan then this might work for you and although the 15 rating seems appropriate for some brief, novel, gory deaths, it’s never more than a *** shocker, but the hectic last half hour does pull it back to a ****.
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Very good but quite graphic violence. A must watch for horror fans. A group of college girls play an immature prank that costs one of them their life. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Aspie girl.
'Sorority Row' is a slasher horror film about a group of girls who accidently get their best friend killed during a prank. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lewis
Good, but not as good as the original, has some great kills in it though.Published 7 months ago by Keeley
An ok film but nothing special. Acting nothing to shout home about but the plot keeps you watching if only to see who dies next. AveragePublished 9 months ago by Mr R P Smith