Horror Thursdays: Sorority House Massacre (1986) – Review by Mark Krawczyk -Women in Horror Month Special

 

Women in Horror Recognition Month is coming to a close but Mark “The Movieman” has one more special episode for you.  It’s the 1986 cult film directed by Carol Frank called “Sorority House Massacre” not to be confused with “Slumber Party Massacre”, it’s a completely different massacre.  In this episode we also put the spotlight on independent filmmaker Carolyn Baker. Make sure to catch our interview with her later this week right here on We Live Film.

 

 

W.I.H.M. Spotlight Carolyn Baker:

Main Page: http://www.screaminglikebanshees.com/ and http://screaminglikebansheesfilms.blogspot.com/
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Movie: Sorority House Massacre (1986)
Director: Carol Frank

Plot: A little girl’s brother kills his entire family except for the little girl. She grows up with a new family while the brother is locked away in an asylum. The girl is now college age and has joined a sorority house, the same house she grew up in. Meanwhile her crazy brother has escaped from the asylum and returned home to finish what he started years ago.

Cast: Angela O’Neill, Wendy Martel, Pamela Ross

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