The House On Sorority Row

  • 1983
  • Movie
  • R
  • Horror

The feature debut of Brian De Palma protege Mark Rosman, this sporadically interesting slasher film is better directed than most. Opening with a precredit sequence wherein a horribly deformed, mentally defective baby is born to a woman who has used a fertility drug, the film then shoots forward 20 years. The mother (Kelsa Hunt) has turned her home into...read more

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The feature debut of Brian De Palma protege Mark Rosman, this sporadically interesting slasher film is better directed than most. Opening with a precredit sequence wherein a horribly deformed, mentally defective baby is born to a woman who has used a fertility drug, the film then shoots

forward 20 years. The mother (Kelsa Hunt) has turned her home into a college sorority house, and her mutant son is, of course, locked in the attic and just waiting for a chance to get loose so that he can kill the nubile sorority girls one at a time. His opportunity comes when the mischievous

girls accidentally bring about his mother's death as part of a prank. Although director Rosman spices up the predictable murders with some stabs at surrealism, a slasher movie is a slasher movie is a slasher movie, and this one soon wears out its welcome.

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  • Released: 1983
  • Rating: R
  • Review: The feature debut of Brian De Palma protege Mark Rosman, this sporadically interesting slasher film is better directed than most. Opening with a precredit sequence wherein a horribly deformed, mentally defective baby is born to a woman who has used a ferti… (more)

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