The House on Sorority Row is considered one of the great classic horror movies that truly defined the tone of 80s horror films. It was an influential genre defining cinematic offering. So many horror movies that followed its release began emulating the cinematic tropes depicted in this film. The House on Sorority Row was released in 1983 and was directed by Mark Rosman. It starred Eileen Davidson, Robin Meloy and Kate McNeil.
The House on Sorority Row is a classic slasher flick, the quintessential whodunit murder mystery about a group of female college coeds stuck alone in a sorority house as a series of unexplained murders befalls one victim after another.
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