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Sorority House Massacre

Midnite weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnite)!

Director: Carol Frank Run Time: 74 min. Format: DCP Rating: R Release Year: 1986

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

The Future of Film is Female gets into the Halloween spirit with Carol Frank’s SORORITY HOUSE MASSACRE! To make an additional $10 donation to The Future of Film is Female, select the “Event + Donation” ticket on the checkout screen.

Sorority House Massacre is the sole film written and directed by Carol Frank. In this Roger Corman-produced film, a young student named Gail unwittingly returns to the site of a familiar crime when she stays with friends at their sorority house over Memorial Day Weekend. The house, as all good houses in horror do, elicits unwelcome memories and a deadly mystery. Cue deja-vu and dream interpretation that connects to the escaped madman on the loose. SHM is a little bit Halloween, a little bit The Slumber Party Massacre, but what makes the film unique is its focus on kind female friendship… until their very end.

SHM was later marketed as part of the “MASSACRE” collection in the 1980s. Related, Frank was Amy Holden Jones’ assistant on The Slumber Party Massacre.

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