Briana Evigan

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Considering that they’re roughly on par when it comes to “good ideas,” Burning Bright should have taken a cue from Snakes on a Plane and called itself Tiger in a House. After all, when you hear the phrase ‘burning bright’ the things furthest from your mind are probably, in order: hurricanes, autism, tigers. Burning Bright follows the plight (rhymes!) of a girl (Briana Evigan) and her autistic brother who find themselves stuck in a boarded up home with a very hungry tiger. You see, the step-father is building a zoo. And a hurricane is coming. And the tiger got in the house. During the hurricane. And the house was sealed shut with the kids in side. And the tiger is hungry.

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The inner circle of Theta Pi sisters perpetrate a prank that leaves one of their best friends dead. Instead of going to cops and risking orange jumpsuits for manslaughter, they choose the far superior solution of dumping her body down a convenient mineshaft.

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Kevin Carr takes a look at this week’s movie releases, including 9, Sorority Row, Whiteout and Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself..

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Columbus Rejects! Get a chance to see Sorority Row before it opens… for free!

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Either you want to see cute sorority girls prancing around in their underwear or you want to see those bitches get killed. Luckily, the new trailer and pictures for Sorority Row satisfy both needs.

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Summit Entertainment has provided FSR with a look at the final one-sheet for their upcoming campus killer thriller Sorority Row, which can be seen in its full-resolution glory inside.

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