Inspired by 1983's The House on Sorority Row, and tons of other "I Know
What You Did..." type movies, 2009's Sorority Row brings absolutely
nothing new to the party, and is extremely predictable and doesn't really
stand out in any way. The nudity is nice, but blink twice and you'll miss
it; it is very brief.
In the middle of a prank being played by a group of sorority sisters,
things suddenly go horribly wrong leading to the death of one of the
group. They decide to cover it up, since it was truly an accident, and
none of the survivors wants to be held accountable.
Months later as they prepare to graduate, mysterious messages begin
appearing on their cell phones and then, one by one, the sisters begin to
die horrible deaths.
This movie is truly a case of been there, done that. It doesn't seem to
possess even one original idea, so it is for hard-core gore fans only ...
and even the gore isn't outstanding. The caps are from the Blu-ray