The House on Sorority Row
Who doesn't like sitting and listening to the sordid confessions of really hot college chicks? After all, that's where half the tales from the old spank bank come from.
Summit Entertainment released a new one-sheet today for Stewart Hendler's remake of The House on Sorority Row, titled simply Sorority Row.
Man, September is sure becoming crowded in terms of genre programming at theatres. Make sure you stockpile your popcorn money because moving up from its original October release is the Sorority Row remake.
A couple of new images from Stewart Hendler's Sorority Row remake popped up online today that will surely entice anyone with a fetish for hot chicks wielding sharpened objects.
Stewart Hendler's Sorority Row remake is chugging along quite nicely with some really good news for us slasher-fan faithful - it will be rated R and not PG-13 as everyone has been speculating. Violence, nudity, and gore in a slasher redux? There is a God!
We'll be the first to admit it ... we're kind of looking forward to the remake of the Eighties slasher The House of Sorority Row, now known simply as Sorority Row. Everything we've seen thus far has been pretty cool including this new teaser poster courtesy of Summit Entertainment.
Been avoiding thinking about the upcoming remake of 1983 slasher The House on Sorority Row known as simply Sorority Row? If so, you may want to put it on your maybe it won't be so bad after all list ... if its three female co-stars can be believed.
If you've been searching for a spot online to hang out with some hot chicks with a penchant for fun, games, and death, look no further! The official Sorority Row has just opened its doors for business!
Looking for a little action at the house on sorority row? This latest remake may have your hot ticket! The trailer for Sorority Row has just hit the Net, and we've got a look at it for ya!
Going to see Knowing this weekend? Well, if you are crazed enough to brave two hours of Nic Cage, you may just be lucky enough to check out the trailer for the forthcoming remake of The House on Sorority Row.
I must confess that I've never seen the original 1983 House on Sorority Row so I cannot fully feign contempt for the remake soon going into production other than my usual ongoing annoyance with Hollywood's war on originality. Things are shaping up for the remake with the announcement that Step Up 2 The Streets hotty Briana Evigan has signed on to play the lead.