The House on Sorority Row

The House on Sorority Row

Director: Mark Rosman, Paul Schiff Cast: Kathryn McNeil, Eileen Davidson
3.5 2

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Overview

The House on Sorority Row

Sorority sisters are frighteningly plucked off one by one in this low-budget horror film by Mark Rosman. Katherine (Kathryn McNeil) is a serious-minded, thinking woman whose intelligence is about to stand her in good stead when events turn dark and murderous. She and the more evil-minded Vicki (Eileen Davidson), along with five other women, cannot believe it when their housemother forbids them to throw a big party on June 19th. As a response, the sorority women drown her in the swimming pool. One would think another date might have been negotiated. What they do not know is that the 19th marks the birthday of a very unusual offspring, born to the housemother 20 years earlier in an experimental procedure that left much to be desired. Apparently this son does not appreciate the murder of his mother, and mayhem begins from that point onward, and onward, and onward until the final climactic moment arrives at last.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/12/2010
UPC: 0858423001933
Original Release: 1983
Rating: NR
Source: Liberation Ent
Region Code: 0
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:32:00

Special Features

Original Theatrical Trailer; Commentary by Mark Rosman, Eileen Davidson and Kathryn McNeil; Storyboard Comparisons; Photo Gallery

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kathryn McNeil Katherine
Eileen Davidson Vicki
Janis Zido Liz
Robin Meloy Jeanie
Harley Jane Kozak Diane
Ellen Dorsher Stevie
Lois Kelso Hunt Mrs. Slater
Christopher Lawrence Dr. Beck
Larry Singer Actor
Michael Kuhn Actor
Ken Myers Actor

Technical Credits
Mark Rosman Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Paul Schiff Director,Asst. Director
John G. Clark Producer
Bobby Fine Screenwriter
W. Thomas McMahon Executive Producer
Vincent Peranio Production Designer
John Ponchock Executive Producer
Richard H. Band Score Composer
Tim Suhrstedt Cinematographer
Paul Trejo Editor
Jean-Marc Vasseur Editor

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- House on Sorority Row
1. Get Her Ready [4:45]
2. Always Dirty [3:17]
3. Just Wait [5:11]
4. Not Here [5:58]
5. For Four Years [3:02]
6. Go Ahead [7:16]
7. He Is Cute [2:46]
8. Hello [6:03]
9. Where's My Gun? [2:38]
10. Sea Pig [4:40]
11. She's Alright [5:41]
12. A Neat Room [4:20]
13. Come Here [4:50]
14. Missing [3:47]
15. Where Is She? [6:44]
16. She Was Dead [5:24]
17. Stay There [6:55]
18. We're Watching [7:50]

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The House on Sorority Row 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
While the movie was ok, it did have its moments of creepy and suspense. Some of the acting was kind of bad and a little funny. Better than the remake. Though the remake is just...ok.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Seven sorority sisters, one maniacal killer,and a eerie house on sorority row. It all starts when seven young sorority sisters decide to go against their troubled house mother's wishes, and throw a graduation bash at their sorority house. But when their house mother threatens to ruin it, these girls decide to get even, with a sense of humor and a gun. But, what was meant to be a prank, has led to deadly consequences, and a shared secret. Now the girls hold a secret, one they will never forget, for tonight at their party, they will fall victim to someone sinister who saw what they did, in the house on sorority row