By the time the killer's identity is finally revealed you'll be amazed at how screenwriters make big bucks penning lines like, "Who the hell lit the house on fire? Shit!"
| Original Score: .5/5
This is a movie so formulaic it could have been written by Microsoft Excel.
| Original Score: 2/5
Typical slasher film packed with boobs, boys, booze and blood. Go into Sorority Row with your brain on cruise control and just enjoy the movie for what it is: a gore party.
| Original Score: 3/5
Like the all-partying, all-screaming sisters of Theta Pi, Sorority Row feels doomed from the first frame.
...a sporadically watchable yet thoroughly disappointing horror effort that's underwhelming even by the standards of the genre.
| Original Score: 2/4
Classic horror that follows the old pattern, but it follows it well with creative slashings and a well hidden killer. You could do a lot worse.
| Original Score: B+
Sorority Row can laugh at the fact that it falls in line with genre conventions, but it doesn't excuse how easily it adopts them.
| Original Score: C-
Over-the-top humor tries to mask the problems, that it's not scary and the ending comes complete with a double-reverse-tricked-itself-out-of-coherency reveal of the killer.
They're not just college girls. They're B******!
Welcome to Skank Ho sorority, where you'll skills like covering up the grotesque death of one of your sisters during a mean-spirited prank.
A fairly traditional collegiate slasher that entertains but breaks no new ground.
I don't know what could make this movie seem dumber. Oh, and it's also a remake of What You Did Last Summer
| Original Score: 1.5/5
After these Bratz dolls dump the Corpsey One down a mine shaft, the plot follows, dropping us into dark spaces without any emotional gravitas, real scares, smart twists or even B-movie fun.
The cast list tells the story: It includes such characters as 'Bra-Clad Sister,' 'Slutty Sister' and (for fans of 'The Man Show'?) 'Trampoline Sister.'
| Original Score: 2.5/4
Sorority Row is most successful at creating characters even more insufferable than the usual young people who serve as slasher-flick fodder.
Unexciting remake of the cheapo 1993 slasher film.
A movie that starts with a trampoline pillow-fight and ends with a pile of dead co-eds could have been a misogynistic mess, but Sorority Row is a snappy, bloody blast.
| Original Score: 7/10
It's Scream minus the wit and verve, with poor Carrie Fisher lost as the cantankerous house mother.
| Original Score: 1/4
Ruined by Hendler's pointlessly artsy direction, a stab at postmodern snarkiness and an unconscionable 101-minute running time.
It's yet another '80s slasher remake, so you know the drill...er, the tire iron pimped out with blades.