Triple bill of US horror features comprising two remakes and one sequel. 'Sorority Row' (2009) is a remake of the the 1983 slasher horror 'The House On Sorority Row'. When a sorority house prank goes wrong, leading to the shocking death of young student Megan (Audrine Partridge), her fellow college pals Cassidy (Briana Evigan), Jessica (Leah Pipes), Claire (Jamie Chung) and Ellie (Rumer Willis) hide her body and make a vow never to reveal their terrible secret. A year later, the friends are preparing for graduation and decide to host a celebratory bash on Sorority Row. But as the party gets under way, the girls begin to receive threatening text messages along with video clips from the night of Megan's murder. Is Megan back from the dead or has someone else uncovered their secret? It seems it's payback time... 'The Last House On the Left' (2009) is a remake of Wes Craven's 1972 horror film of the same name. When teenage friends Mari (Sara Paxton) and Paige (Martha MacIsaac) go into town in search of marijuana, they meet Justin (Spencer Treat Clark), an unusual young man who has what the girls are looking for back at his motel room. When Justin's father, sociopath and recent prison escapee Krug (Garret Dillahunt), turns up at the motel with his cronies, they kidnap the girls and subject them to a sustained and brutal assault before hiding out at a remote house - which, unbeknown to the gang, is the home of Mari's parents, John (Tony Goldwyn) and Emma (Monica Potter). The perpetrators then become the victims as Mari's parents devise an increasingly gruesome sequence of tortuous revenge tactics on the men who harmed their daughter. In the teen horror sequel 'I Still Know What You Did Last Summer' (1998), Julie James (Jennifer Love Hewiit) is understandably still upset over the brutal slaying of her friends. She is also wracked with guilt over her role in the death of a fisherman, and her academic studies and personal life are suffering. When her best friend Karla Wilson (Brandy) wins a luxury holiday for four in the Bahamas, Julie thinks she can finally put the events of the last year behind her - but fate has other plans in store, as chaos and horror follow the teens across the paradise island.
Release Date: 18 October 2010
Certificate: 18 - Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18, by placing an order for this product you are declaring that you are 18 years or over.
Sound: Dolby Digital
Main Language: English