There's little to distinguish this from the rest of the entries coming down the horror film assembly line, though the presence of Carrie Fisher as a shotgun-toting housemother who taunts the killer by shouting "Come to mama!" offers some camp value. show more
Follows the imaginatively bankrupt trend of remaking slasher films from the 1970s and ’80s. This time, it’s a regurgitation of Mark Rosman’s “The House on Sorority Row.’’ show more
Even the gratuitous nudity can't quite save a Heathers-goes-to-college horror that's undermined by a silly plot and clunky dialogue. show more
I saw the movie the first day it came out with my friends it was awesome: )
I actually really enjoyed this movie. There is plenty of gore and suspense. Not really a shocking kind of ending,you probably couldnt of guessed who the killer was, but that was the problem, you really couldnt try and guess. There is no evidence leading up to the ending. I was also very upset that the blonde girl(who was the head of \the sorority) died. She was very funny(the way she was just so relaxed, and didnt seem to care about anything) without her i think this movie would have been alot less enjoyable. This movie is ok for kids/teens 16+ plenty of violence and blood, some strong, but not overly frequent language including f*ck b*tch, Sh*t and other milder profanities. There was also implied sex, kissing, sexual refrences, female breast nudity and male buttock nudity. Overall rating 7/10
I saw the movie last night with my boyfreind. We both loved it! No big time actors but worth the watch!