Sorority House Massacre
A little girl's brother kills the whole family but her (she escapes by hiding in the basement). He is committed, and she grows up with a new family, eventually going to college, where she joins a sorority. Due to a memory block, she doesn't remember that the sorority house was her childhood house. Her brother senses her presence in the house and escapes so he can finish the job he was unable to complete.
As a little girl, Beth's brother, Bobby kills her whole family and attempts to kill her. When he is caught, he is committed, and she grows up with a new family. Years later, Beth goes to college, her memory soon starts to return. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sorority House Massacre torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Many people will hate this movie, but I didn't. It was gorgeously shot, thoroughly interesting, and freaking insane. The third act of this film is probably the most insane thing I have ever seen. I was shocked, disgusted and intrigued at the same time and I can't stop thinking about it, that's why I gave this film 4 stars.
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(es) wrote: An existential minimalist mess, I'm sure of four things: (1) it's beautiful to view (2) it's beautiful to hear (3) it's interesting to contemplate (4) Robert Pattinson is terrible.
(it) wrote: Not good. A tornado is coming from behind you. You are in a car. The road is leading away. Why would you slam on the breaks and get out??? Sad part is I have seen much worse big budget horror movies in the theater this year.
(br) wrote: I'm not sure I understood it all but i liked it...
(gb) wrote: The seat belt choking scene was awesome
(gb) wrote: I award this one and 1/2 stars simply because Matthau and Plowright make such an excellent Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. That is the ONE thing about the original comic strip that this movie gets right. Everything else (the kids, the unnecessary subplot concerning Mrs. Mitchell's plight as a working Mother) just doesn't measure up. And I'd be remiss if I didn't say anything about the main villain of this "family friendly" movie: the town robber, unnamed in the film, called "Switchblade Sam" in the credits, and played by Christopher Lloyd. What in the name of all that is holy is a character like this doing in a movie meant for very small children? He is just way too menacing, much too evil, and, worst of all, completely unnecessary. Obviously the film's writer, the late, occasionally great John Hughes, wanted to milk the "Home Alone" formula once again, this time using beloved American icon Dennis Mitchell as his robber-smashing hero. Fine...but why couldn't the villain be wacky and non-threatening like Harry and Marv? Why does he look and act like a sadistic serial killer instead of some two bit robber? Why does Lloyd play him as bad-to-the-bone as possible. I don't know. All I know is, this doesn't belong in a kiddie time movie. It's far too scary. (Michael Myers himself directs, so maybe this was intentional.) So long winded review aside, one and a half stars for the Wilsons. Still don't let young children see this movie, or they may be badly traumatized.
(ag) wrote: This was my first chick flick. My Mom took me to see it. It was a feel good movie and I love that song they used.
(ru) wrote: Flat, humorless comedy that wastes a really impressive collection of actors. Tries to be zany with a buttoned-up Brit playing off a family of southern wackos, but nothing works. It's not that the jokes bomb; they're just nonexistent.
(au) wrote: i love this movie just because its so dopey! goofy idiotic fun!
(au) wrote: A sleeper movie that's not to bad. Also BB king sings the title song. (Ya can't beat that!)
(jp) wrote: I dont know what it is but there's something weirdly likeable about this film. The premise is terrible and there's like 10 pages of dialogue but it's so cartoonish and enthusiastic it's hard not to enjoy. I dig the music too.
(mx) wrote: When the BBC remakes something they at least add their own touch and twists. Enjoyable, but by no means is this Hitchcock.
(es) wrote: Don't confuse this for a horror movie, just because Alien is one of the best horror/science-fiction movies ever made. This is 1980s sci-fi/action, a competition for who (or what) stands as King of the Jungle. Problem is, the director and writing team cannot seem to figure out whether they want horror or action, and, because of the lack of focus, the fusion of the two genres is annoyingly uneven. On top of that, while the supporting cast gives what they got in their performances, AWNALD cannot muster up one shit until the final third, when it is only himself and the predator. Predator does succeed in sustaining a tense environment where everyone must stand post as the hunter or be hunted, but the first two thirds never quite conjure the primal, riveting energy that the final third hurls at us. Holy moly, is that last half hour great.
(gb) wrote: Funny and childish, Return of the jedi is an ok final chapter of of the best trilogies in cinema-
(ca) wrote: 7,5/10So much names in this. Great scene with the death tolls argument
(gb) wrote: Mathew Lillard and Dax Shepard in one movie? What has the world done to deserve such cruelty?