Despite the fact that the film might as well be called I Still Know What You Did Last Rush Week, I have to hand it to the marketing team behind Sorority Row. It by no means looks like an awesome movie, but they are doing a great job of highlighting the good bits.
As you’ll notice, I’m not above highlighting the good bits in order to drive people to read this post, which is why I included the words, ‘sexy,’ ‘bloody,’ and ‘meganfoxnudepics,’ in my headline.
Check out the trailer for yourself:
Seriously. It’s I Know What You Did Last Summer. Only it’s a tire iron instead of a hook, they’re in college, and there’s the potential to have five girls thrust their cleavage into the rain while desperately shouting, “Come get me!” Also, I realize I’ll need to see the movie for more context, but who the hell vampire-hunter-jams a tire iron into a girl’s chest just because she looks dead? He’s overcome with grief so he stabs her? Can’t I just turn off my mind and ogle girls in their underwear now?
Oh, thank god. Someone’s put a picture gallery here. Now if only the images got bigger when clicked upon…
Sorority Row stars Briana Evigan, Rumer Willis (The House Bunny), Leah Pipes, Jamie Chung (in the upcoming Sucker Punch), and Margo Harshman.
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