Sorority Row by Stewart Hendler

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(added 24 Sep 2009)
Sorority Row by Stewart Hendler

The movie “Sorority Row” written by Stewart Hendler, a remarkable series of horror documentaries, thus this movie has the pride of being documented on the grounds of, one of the highly forgettable of 1980s swindles, the House on Sorority Row (1983), that even the most excellent implanted movie evaluator Joe Bob Briggs called “average”. Primarily it means the latest documentary has liberty to initiate from zero, without any enthusiasts segment to sadden, yet the latest documentary also requires a great deal to I know What You Did Last Summer (1997). What occurs: some sorority sisters choose to play a practical joke on a swindling boyfriend (Matt O’Leary). One sister lends him some “roofied” which he hands over to his past girl friend Megan (Audrina Patridge). He goes ahead to make out with the near-comatose damsel, she tosses up and passes out. The terrible chap and five sorority sisters, including the playing-possum Megan, stack into a car and move towards the hospital, yet the damsel lost and end at the old mine shaft instead. The prank is that Megan has been forging thus far, yet the misfortune is that, she ends up dead anyhow. The rest sisters, flaxen leader Jessica (Leah Pipes), pill-bursting slut chugs (Margo Harshman), Asian hottie Claire (Jamie Chung and nerdy, bespectacled Ellie (Rumer Willis, daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore) choose to conceal the body and keep it a secret.

(added 24 Sep 2009) / 2949 views

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