DVD Release: Sorority Party Massacre

DVD Release Date: Feb. 11, 2014
Price: DVD $22.98
Studio: Anchor Bay


Sorority Party Massacre movie scene

The fetching Eve Mauro gets a leg up in Sorority Party Massacre.

Beautiful sorority babes. An isolated island with nowhere to hide. A crazed killer targeting them one-by-one. Ah, the joys of higher learning…it can only be the 2013 horror comedy Sorority Party Massacre!

An isolated island town full of sexy college girls has a dangerous secret:  one girl has gone missing each year for the last 20 years.  A big-city cop, in danger of losing his badge, agrees to aid the town’s sheriff in investigating these unsolved disappearances. Quickly they realize that they are dealing with a psychotic killer whose brilliance has been twisted into a taste for terror, torture and sorority sister torment. But when this party gets started, who will graduate – and who will be held back?

Directed by Chris W. Freeman and Justin Jones, Sorority Party Massacree stars Tom Downey (Mirror Image), Kevin Sorbo (Bitch Slap), Ed O’Ross (Delta Farce), adult film legend Ron Jeremy (Trade In), and the latest generation of Screams Queens, including Marissa Skell, Eve Mauro (Osombie) and Yvette Yates (Free Ride).

Incidentally, Ms. Skell appeared in 2012’s Slumber Party Slaughter, so she’s bringing some solid experience to this latest exploitative exercise!

Bonus features on the DVD of the R-rated flick include the following:

        Audio Commentary by Producer/Writer/Director Chris W. Freeman and Producer/Director Justin Jones
        Deleted Scenes
        Outtakes
        Paige Fight Scene
        Barney Lumpkin Campaign Ad

Check out the titillating red-band trailer:

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Founder and editor Laurence Lerman saw Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest when he was 13 years old and that’s all it took. He has been writing about film and video for more than a quarter of a century for magazines, anthologies, websites and most recently, Video Business magazine, where he served as the Reviews Editor for 15 years.