Sorority Row (2009) is a slasher thriller movie directed by Stewart Hendler and produced by House Row Productions and Karz Entertainment. The film revolves around a group of sorority sisters from Theta Pie, a popular and beautiful group of students on a college campus. When a prank goes horribly wrong, they unintentionally kill one of their sisters and decide to cover up the incident. Graduating from college, they promise never to speak of it again. However, eight months later, they all receive a video of the incident and realize that someone knows their secret. The sorority sisters become the target of a killer with an unknown identity and must race against time to unmask the culprit before they become the next victim.
Sorority Row starts with a secret party in a secluded location where the girls of Theta Pie celebrate their last moments together. Megan, a member of the sorority, decides to play a dangerous prank on her boyfriend, Garrett. Playing dead after taking a fake dose of poison, the sorority sisters join in with the charade. However, when Garrett stabs Megan with a tire iron, the playful joke turns out to be more dangerous than they ever imagined.
The Vengeful Killer’s Pursuit
The sorority sisters never thought that they would be haunted by the mistake they made eight months ago. Someone knows what they did and is out for revenge. With their lives on the line, the sorority sisters receive a video of the night when Megan died. They realize that whoever sent the video knows everything about their dark secret and is willing to do whatever it takes to reveal it to the world. Panic and chaos set in, with the sorority sisters unsure of whom they can trust.
Sorority Row is a suspenseful and thrilling movie that keeps the audience on edge with every scene. The film illustrates the consequences of dangerous pranks and secrets. The sorority sisters’ lives change drastically after the events of one night, and their bond is tested to the limit. Sorority Row serves as a cautionary tale that secrets always have a way of coming out, and one must always be accountable for their actions.