• The House on Sorority Row (1983)

The House on Sorority Row

Release Date: January 21st, 1983

R |1 hr 31 min

Plot Summary

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.

Cast: Harley Jane Kozak , Kate McNeil , Eileen Davidson , Janis Ward , Robin Meloy , Jodi Draigie

Director: Mark Rosman

Genres: Horror , Mystery , Thriller

Production Co: VAE Productions

Distributors: Trafalgar Releasing

Ratings & Reviews

  • 50
    Bill CosfordMiami Herald

    As is usual for this durable genre, victim and villain are well matched. Though House on Sorority Row does not have a single screeching-cat red herring, and though power tools are not employed, it does have a classic of low camp, a scene in which a girl who has just been nearly brained by a falling corpse repairs immediately and alone to her bedroom, where she changes into a baby-doll nightie and stands with her back to an open window. [23 Feb 1983, p.B4]

  • 50
    Time Out

    Rosman's debut movie was a pretty fair show-reel promising, falsely it seems, more and better to come. show more

  • 70
    Washington Post

    The House on Sorority Row is a better-than-average sisters-in-jeopardy thriller, which might be expected from 25-year-old producer-director-writer Mark Rosman. After all, he served an apprenticeship with master of the macabre, Brian DePalma, and if Rosman's debut is a bit ragged in its bloodlines, it does as credible a job of exploring collegiate bonding as DePalma's "Carrie" did for teen-age anxiety. [10 May 1983, p.B2]

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