Big bucks for a bad movie
The producers of “Sorority Row” spent $16 million to make this movie. As is normally the case with slasher flicks, “Sorority Row” movie reviews are pretty bad
Obviously it takes more than payday installment loans to make a good horror movie. Making a slasher film look even a little bit real takes a lot of work and money. "Sorority Row" is a remake of a 1983 film called “The House on Sorority Row.” Variety Magazine says "Sorority Row" is “an average slasher picture that meanders indecisively between gore and gags.”
More bad reviews
Variety Magazine isn't the only publication that wrote a bad "Sorority Row" movie review. Most movie critics recognize the lack of originality and intelligence that goes into making a slasher flick. Dread Central says in its "Sorority Row" movie review "This has to be the most repeated theme in horror history at this point."
Check out ‘Sorority Row’ movie reviews
So far, only one critic has weighed in with a “Sorority Row” movie review at Metacritic, but check back Friday night, and I’m sure there will be plenty of opinions. There are some pretty funny “Sorority Row” movie reviews at Rotten Tomatoes. They’re probably more entertaining than the movie itself.