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When five sorority sisters of Theta Pi cause the death of one of their own during a foolish prank gone wrong, they conspire to discard the evidence and never speak of the nightmare again. But when a mysterious killer targets the group a year later with a series of bizarre attacks, the women find themselves fighting for their own lives amidst the revelry of an out of control graduation party.

A re-imagining of the 1983 cult classic, The House on Sorority Row, this modern tale of revenge served icily cold echoes the original’s mix of horror and humor while creating a fresh take on terror uniquely its own.

Briana Evigan (Step Up 2: The Streets) stars with Leah Pipes (TV’s “Life is Wild”), Rumer Willis (The House Bunny), Jamie Chung (Dragonball), Margo Harshman (“Even Stevens”), Audrina Patridge (MTV’s “The Hills”) and Caroline D’Amore (“Entourage”) as the sisters of Theta Pi, easily the hottest sorority on campus at Rosman University. Carrie Fisher (E-Girl) also stars as their hard-edged housemother, with Julian Morris (“ER”), Matt Lanter (the new “90210”), Matt O’Leary (Live Free or Die Hard) and Maxx Hennard (Dear John) co-starring as the men in their carefree world of parties, friends and sins.

Fast-forward one year to graduation. As they prepare to say good-bye to the house and each other, the girls plan one last alcohol-fueled bash on Sorority Row, confident their dark secret remains buried. But does it? As the party rages in the front yard, the bedrooms and the hot tub, the girls receive cell phone videos taken the night of Megan’s murder from an anonymous sender who threatens to forward the videos to the police. Then, one by one, the sisters and their unsuspecting boyfriends are stalked by an unseen killer.

Official site: http://thetapi-ordie.com/

Rated: R
Advanced screening Thursday, September 10th

SORORITY ROW opens in theaters nationwide on Friday, September 11, 2009

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