Directed by Stewart Hendler
A group of Sorority sisters are sworn to “trust, secrecy and solidarity” no matter what. But their loyalty is tested when a prank goes terribly wrong and ends a brutal murder. Rather than confess to the crime, the girls agree to hide the bloody corpse and keep their secret forever. A year later, as they prepare to say goodbye to the house and each, the girls are confident their dark secret will remain buried, but does it? Contains strong language, violence and gore.
A group of sorority sisters are sworn to “trust, secrecy and solidarity” no matter what, but their loyalty is tested when a prank goes terribly wrong.
Cast: Briana Evigan, Rumer Willis, Carrie Fisher
Reminiscent of others from its time, a typical 2000s slasher. Acting from some of the cast could have been better but I was impressed with the level of gore which is a step up from most of a similar ilk. Reminded me of the second Black Christmas remake. Would love to watch the original.
Lazy nonsensicle plot, off-the-screen gore, and bad acting (except Carrie Fisher who is of course wonderful) all tied up with 'witty' one-liners leave this movie with a confused tone and no lasting impact. Would not recommend.
Exactly what you want from a sorority slasher
serves its purpose. actually enjoyable if you don't take it seriously