|The House on Sorority Row|
When the nightmare ends... the terror begins.
|Title||The House on Sorority Row|
|Directed by||Mark Rosman|
|Written by||Mark Rosman|
|Produced by||W. Thomas McMahon; John Ponchock; John G. Clark; Mark Rosman|
|Music by||Richard H. Band|
|Edited by||Jean-Marc Vasseur; Paul Trejo|
|Distributed by||Artists Releasing Corporation; VAE|
|Release date(s)||January 21st, 1983|
|Running time||91 min.|
|Gross revenue||$4,330,028 (US)|
|Lois Kelso Hunt||Mrs. Dorothy Slater|
|Christopher Lawrence||Doctor Nelson Beck|
|Brian T. Small||Pig|
|Ken Myers||Murdered guest|
|Ruth Moss||Freshman girl #1|
|Hilary Crowson||Freshman girl #2|
|Nanna Ingvarsson||Freshman girl #3|
|Arthur Crockett||Fraternity guy #1|
|Tom Bothwell||Fraternity guy #2|
|Kathryn Davidov||Girl at party|
|Celeste Poirier||Sorority girl #1|
|Patti Chambers||Sorority girl #2|
|Eric Smith||Guy at pool #1|
|Karl B. Bromwell||Guy at pool #2|
|Tom Barkanic||Guy at party|
|Barbara Harris||Mrs. Dorothy Slater|
|Mark Rosman||Party guest playing piano|
|Steve Stec||Guy at party|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The House on Sorority Row was remade in 2009 under the title Sorority Row. It was directed by Stewart Hendler.
- The mechanical ticking noise used for Eric's Jack-in-the-Box is also used to create the sound effects for the Jigsaw doll in the Saw film series.
- Director Mark Rosman makes an uncredited cameo appearance as a man playing a piano at a party.
- The 1986 film Dreamaniac references a fictional movie called Hemoglobin House on Sorority Row, which is a pastiche of The House on Sorority Row. A similar fictional movie referenced in the film is The Sorority That Dripped Blood, which also pokes fun at 1982's The Dorm That Dripped Blood.
External Links Edit
- The House on Sorority Row at Wikipedia
- The House on Sorority Row at The Terror Trap
- The House on Sorority Row at Popcorn Pictures
- The House on Sorority Row at Horrormovies.com
- The House on Sorority Row at Obscurehorror.com