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The House On Sorority Row


The House on Sorority Row (also known as House of Evil in the United Kingdom) is a 1982 American slasher film written and directed by Mark Rosman, produced by John G. Clark, and starring Eileen Davidson and Kathryn McNeil. The plot follows a group of sorority sisters being stalked and murdered during their graduation party after they conceal a fatal prank against their house mother.




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Diane goes to an outlying garage to start the van to transport Slater's body, but is murdered by the killer who breaks in through the sunroof. Shortly after, Jeanie is decapitated with a butcher knife in the bathroom. Meanwhile, Katey finds a medical alert tag on a necklace belonging to Slater. She calls the number and is put through to a Dr. Beck, who comes to the house. The two discover the bodies of Stevie, Morgan, and Diane in the pool. Meanwhile, after finding Diane missing, Vicki and Liz decide to drive to the cemetery without her to bury Slater's body. When they arrive, both girls are killed by the assailant. Dr. Beck accompanies Katey to the cemetery, where they find the bodies of Vicki and Liz, as well as Slater's body still in the back of the van.


After forcibly giving Katey a sedative at the house, Dr. Beck reveals that Slater had a son named Eric who was deformed and mentally underdeveloped thanks to an illegal fertility treatment he had given her. Dr. Beck uses Katey as bait so he can capture Eric and cover up his crime. Eric arrives and hacks Dr. Beck to death while Katey searches for Vicki's gun, which does not fire. She flees to the bathroom and finds Jeanie's severed head in the toilet. Horrified, she climbs to the attic where she is attacked by Eric, now wearing a clown costume. She shoots him repeatedly, only to realize the gun is loaded with blanks. She then uses a pin to stab Eric numerous times and he falls through the attic door to the floor below. Katey believes he is dead and rests from exhaustion. However, Eric opens his eyes as the film ends, leaving Katey's fate unknown.


The majority of the casting for The House on Sorority Row took place in New York City, though Eileen Davidson and Janis Zido were cast out of the Los Angeles area.[11] Davidson recalled auditioning at Rosman's house in Beverly Hills.[12] Kate McNeil, who was cast in the role of Katey, won the part while still attending graduate courses in New York City.[13]


Harley Jane Kozak recalled attending a casting call in a "warehouse in Manhattan" and receiving a phone call several weeks later with the news that she had won the part.[14] Lois Kelso Hunt, who portrays the cantankerous housemother, was a local stage actress cast out of Washington, D.C.[15]


The House on Sorority Row was the directorial debut of director Rosman as well as the first feature film of cinematographer Tim Suhrstedt. Both had met while working as assistant directors on Brian De Palma's Home Movies (1980).[16] Filming took place on location in Pikesville, Maryland,[14] with establishing campus shots at the University of Maryland,[17] in the summer of 1981.[14][18] The production had originally been slated to shoot in Washington, D.C., where the production company was located. However, Rosman found the house location featured in the film in Pikesville, which was in foreclosure, allowing the crew to film for a low cost.[19] Upon arriving at the house to shoot, the crew found two squatters living in the house, who they allowed to work as video assistants.[20] Vincent Perronio, a frequent collaborator with John Waters, agreed to serve as the film's production designer, and dressed the entire house to appear as a sorority.[21]


THE HOUSE ON SORORITY ROW has everything you want in a slasher flick - nudity, blood, gore, missing bodies, waterbeds, and a bunch of likable sorority sisters! It's a simple enough setup of a prank going horribly wrong resulting in them being picked off one by one by a mystery killer! With a good setup and some creative kills, effective imagery, a killer score, and a suspenseful final act make this a step up from a lot of the average slashers from this era.


Mrs Slater is a miseryguts, that's for sure. Owner of the house in which this bunch of party girls are staying, and none too happy with their antics. When the girls have finally had enough of her, they decide to play a practical joke but it doesn't go to plan. This sets of a shockwave of events that, well, I mean it's a slasher film right?


A sorority house full of seniors decides to stay for an extra weekend after their house is supposed to closed for the summer. Their plan is to throw a big graduation party. The house mother vehemently disagrees and demands they leave so they pull a prank on her. A prank with disastrous consequences for everyone.


Flirtatious young sorority sisters who are days away from graduation set out to throw one last decadent celebration. Unbeknownst to them, the strict matron of their house hides a horrendous secret thought long buried. A gruesome accident is witnessed by a hideous fiend, hidden within the once nurturing dwelling, which triggers a rampage of death and destruction. Before the end, the peril faced by this sisterhood will push them to the brink of annihilation. And rivers of blood will be drawn to all who enter .. The House on Sorority Row.


The House On Sorority Row is story of seven sorority sisters who accidentally kill their house mother and are then each picked off by a mysterious killer. Like every sorority or fraternity-based movie, it has a big blow-out party sequence. Since the movie was shot in and around Baltimore, it comes as no surprise that a Washington D.C. power pop band, 4 Out of 5 Doctors would perform at said party.


Synopsis: After a seemingly innocent prank goes horribly wrong, a group of sorority sisters are stalked and murdered one by one in their sorority house while throwing a party to celebrate their graduation.


91 min. Select Showtime to Purchase Tickets Select Showtimes Flirtatious young sorority sisters who are days away from graduation set out to throw one last decadent celebration. Unbeknownst to them, the strict matron of their house hides a horrendous secret thought long buried. A gruesome accident is witnessed by a hideous fiend, hidden within the once nurturing dwelling, which triggers a rampage of death and destruction. Before the end, the peril faced by this sisterhood will push them to the brink of annihilation. And rivers of blood will drown all who enter ... The House on Sorority Row! Part of the series A New Movie Theater in Columbia City


Even though this film is 33 years old, I had not seen it yet. Since I am undertaking the 31 Days of Horror challenge, it only felt right to watch this classic slasher flick. The plot is simple enough. Most people who went to high school or college are familiar with senior pranks. When the girls in this sorority try to prank their shrewd house mother, it accidentally ends in her death. The girls have their whole lives ahead of them, so instead of calling the police, they decide to dispose of the body before people arrive for the graduation party. As with any good slasher, nothing goes quite to plan, and the girls are killed off one by one. The twist in this film was actually fairly good. For most of the film I thought the ending was going to go one way, but it did a complete 180 on me at the climax of the film.


The sorority plans to throw a graduation party to celebrate, a rollicking romp featuring a live band in the form of 4 Out of 5 Doctors! Any of you go to their reunion concert at the Jammin Java Club in in Vienna, VA? I did. Jealous much? 041b061a72


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