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Summary: When five sorority girls inadvertently cause the murder of one of their sisters in a prank gone wrong, they agree to keep the matter to themselves and never speak of it again, so they can get on with their lives. This proves easier said than done, when after graduation a mysterious killer goes after the five of them and anyone who knows their secret. (RottenTomatoes)
Fun, unpretentious and cheerfully empty teen slasher with hilarious bitchy college girls and a streak of lovely, exploitive nastiness (Grizzled, badly aged Princess Leia with a shotgun). Shut your brain off.
The entire movie is a walking cliche and a rehash of more films than one can count. There's a whole mess of characters, none of which does the director or writer know what to do with and none of them does the audience give a goddamn about. I've also never in my life seen a film completely make itself up as it goes along in order to justify who the killer is. It's a sight to see. Oh, and the ending and it's final shots are downright pathetic. It has boobs, though...so...yeah.
I actually thought the first half was ok, after that though, some of the killings were a little lacklustre and it got a little tiresome. It was enjoyable for the most part, it did exactly what it said on the tin and some of the killings were quite funny. Some tasty girls too and I mean what exactly can you expect from a film like this?
It's a big, dumb slasher flick and, if viewed as such, some enjoyment can be had. Leah Pipes, Margo Harshman, and Carrie Fisher get some good laughs, though the other girls don't have much to work with (And in Evigan's case, have nothing at all to work with). Whatever the case, it's a serviceable update to the stock eighties slasher formula, and is an easy way to pass an hour and a half.
It's the exact shitty, generic bubblegum horror pulp you'd expect from the trailer. The performances are all mediocre-to-shit, especially Leah Pipes' hilarious sub-high school theater depiction of the bitchy sorority leader. All this would be excusable (even welcome), except that there's virtually no creativity in the kills, almost all performed in the exact same way with the exact same weapon, and there's no excuse whatsoever for how little nudity this film has.
Hey, Stewart Hendler you're a shitty director. Slo-mo walkaway triumphant shots aren't cool they're lame AS LAME AS YOU LOLO. The killer reveal is mind bending in its shittiness. Get ready to see some bubz.
I woulda put this to a 35 (the lowest-end "Average" rank I give), but the very final scene in the movie knocked it down. Being as impartial as I possibly can, this flick sucked out loud - and speaking of sucked, there wasn't nearly enough of that going on in the movie, if you follow me. A blowjob scene here or there really would have picked up the audience (which, in my case, was myself, Obdurate, and a middle-aged guy in a ball-cap). Shitty premise, shitty execution, one or two decent deaths.
thirty years after the first couple slashers devolved into mindless teenagers running away from (or to) sharp objects wielded by mindless killers little has changed. this movie does nothing to either recognize it's roots, or to unveil anything new. slashers have only ever been good at two things, cheap gore, and pretty faces, and someone thought that rumer willis's face would fill one of those two criteria, i have yet to figure out which one.
In the same year that Rob Zombie introduced visual artistry and psychologically mature themes to the slasher sub-genre with his undervalued Halloween II, Sorority Row only relied on the same dumb cliches and stereotypes as most other slashers -- only with post-Scream snark. Even by these shallow standards, Urban Legend is a much more enjoyable trip. As is, Sorority Row's about as bad as the Black Christmas remake.
The perfect movie to watch with a bunch of your dumbass friends. Awful in every regard and that is why it is so great. First kill was so hilarious, as were many other ones. Never thought I'd see death via flare gun. The ending ruined what could've been a legitimate so bad it's good film. lol @ Princess Leia.
This is a step up from most of the remakes today, there was the odd decent performance or the odd moment that was thrilling. All though the premise was entirely cliche and the sororirty leader was overdramatic and a modern day barbie who cannot act to save her life, there was still a few good laughs becuase of Carrie Fisher. A film that is a bit predictable as all these girls keep trying to figure out who it is. Pay attention early on and you can and will figure it out.
It's not as bad as everyone says. I know it's complete cliche, it's cheesy, not terrifying either. But it gave what I can expect from a slasher-flick. It was so fun to watch this movie, and I'm not saying this just because there were many many boobies. There were also some real smart, funny dialogues, especially from queen bitch blonde. Cinematography was pretty good and there were very creative killing techniques. Delight fun. The movie even doesn't take itself seriously, why should I?