Okay, we admit it: “Sorority Row” looks like trashy fun. Take a bunch of sorority girls, an accidental murder, a mysterious killer and an awesome shotgun-toting house mother played by Carrie Fisher, and you’ve got the ingredients that made ’70s horror movies so great.
But you may not be as culturally in tune as the rest of us. In fact, you may be asking yourself, Self, why should I see a movie called “Sorority Row?” Well, Summit Entertainment — yes, the folks behind “Twilight — have provided direct appeals from the women of Theta Pi:
“Sorority Row” cuts into theaters Sept. 11.
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