Sorority House Massacre (2002) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
I remember the first time I saw this movie at the local video store I was about 10 years old and I would beg my mom everytime we went to rent movies for her to let me rent it but she wouldn’t let me cause of the nudity in the movie.
So one day I went by myself to rent a few movies and said screw it I am gonna rent it so I got it went home and watched it my mom was not around so I knew I was in the clear to watch it and from the moment I put it on I loved it.
The plot is about Beth in the hospital telling the sorority mother about the events of the murders while the rest of the sorority girls and mother gone for vacation Beth and a few other girls stayed behind cause of money problems.
They party have some beer and invite all their boyfriends over for a fun weekend alone but Beth suffers from dreams of a killer trying to come and murder her in reality the murderer is her older brother who killed her parents and sisters before being committed in a mental hospital.
The sorority house was orignally owned by Beth’s family until the murders when the house was sold and she was sent to live with her aunt whom weeks before she went back to the house her aunt had died.
Her brother escapes from the hospital and goes back to the house to murder Beth and anyone else who gets in his way which in his crazed mind he thinks the other girls are his sisters he killed before so he kills them all except for Beth who kills him at the end.
If there was to be a remake of this film I would totally buy it cause I think it would be just as good as this one was.
About Sorority House Massacre (2002)
Starring: Angela O'Neill, Wendy Martel, Pamela Ross, Nicole Rio, John C. Russell
Runtime: 75 minutes
Director: Carol Frank