Sorority Row

de Stewart Hendler



To tell the truth, House on Sorority Row, the film that Mark Rosman shot in 1983, didn’t set a precedent or become a classic slasher movie over time. But it still has its admirers and the screenplay had potential and enough morbid fascination for Stewart Hendler to now decide to readapt a story where, after a cruel joke, the girls at a sorority house (the Tetha-Pi) are going to have their hands full to escape a deadly fate threatening to diminish their numbers as the footage progresses. Six genuine beauties in the cast, a terrible secret, a mysterious hooded person, and a stellar appearance by Carrie Fisher.


Stewart Hendler

Born in Santa Monica, California, and with a degree in movie production, his first short film, One (01), was presented at the Sundance festival. He has done advertising for top international brands and debuted on the big screen with Whisper (07).

Technical information

Edition: 2009
Section: Official Fantàstic Panorama
Original language: English