THE HOUSE ON SORORITY ROW is a standard slasher outing of the 1980s with an almost all-female cast. The movie has all the clichés: a house party, a deadly prank, a cranky old person, scantily clad women in danger, and an unstoppable killer…it is a fun combination that does work here for the most part.
THE HOUSE ON SORORITY ROW (1983) Limited Edition Blu-ray Director: Mark Rosman Scorpion Releasing . No, it's not perfect but it manages to hit almost all the right notes, starting with a compelling premise of a prank on a sorority house mom going wrong. It was remade in 2009 like so many other classic genre flicks, but the original proves to be far superior. Starring: Kate McNeil, Eileen Davidson and Janis Ward .

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. Film: The House on Sorority Row. The House on Sorority Row is just a damn pleasure to watch. The plot has much in common with I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER, which came much later, and features a group of college friends who pull an unfunny prank that leaves a middle-aged lady dead. A sorority prank gone wrong leads to a bloody murder spree in this slasher film featuring Rumer Willis, Audrina Patridge, and Carrie Fisher. The House On Sorority Row has been released on DVD in North America twice before - first by Elite Entertainment and then later by Liberation Entertainment and this new transfer from Scorpion, a 1.78.1 anamorphic widescreen picture remastered in high definition, beats both of those previous efforts. Writer: Mark Rosman. It was remade in 2009 like so many other classic genre flicks, but the original proves to be far superior. The House on Sorority Row while not a perfect movie, is a very enjoyable slasher flick.

Review: This film I heard about and I actually had seen the remake when it hit theaters back in college. The House on Sorority Row is one of those cliché horror films that are often mocked.
Soon-to-be-soap-opera-babes graduate with a bang in the 1980s slasher classic THE HOUSE ON SORORITY ROW, making its fifth digital bow in Scorpion … < The House on Sorority Row In the early 80s, the slasher film was essentially a new genre in Horror cinema.