And that’s not seeing Sorority Row in theaters. Right? Please? Can you just promise not to give Summit Entertainment any of your box-office dollars when this film opens in October? I give Summit and the filmmakers points for reportedly sticking with an R rating instead of the tween friendly PG-13, but they’ve lost them all (and then some) after watching this ridiculous trailer. Check it out below courtesy of MySpace!
So add two points for the R rating and ten points for Jamie Chung, but subtract five for Audrina Patridge and another twenty for the dude who inexplicably trys to either re-kill or cut up a “dead” body with a tire iron. Also, my guess is that the rating is due to violence and gore, as opposed to nekkid sorority sisters lathering each other up in the shower… so, minus another fifty points there for squandering the opportunity. Add another five each for Carrie Fisher and that nutty looking Krull-like weapon… and I’m not sure where the score stands but I know it’s got to be in the negative. Save it for Netflix people.
Has the trailer sold you on the film regardless of my attempts to the contrary?
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