Sorority Row review

Girls club together in this tongue-in-cheek teen horror

When a botched prank staged by the sisters of Theta Pi results in one of their own being killed, the girls decide to cover up the crime.

Before anyone can snort “Enough already, I know what you did last summer,” students are being gleefully hacked up by a masked menace with a pimped-out tyre iron.

This update of 1983’s The House On Sorority Row mostly clings to formula but isn’t quite as dumb as it looks, offsetting predictable plot beats with a snarky sense of humour.

Leader of the pack is Leah Pipes as a gloriously callous ice queen (“Let’s wash the blood off in the lake and get back to the party!”), while a nifty, Halloween-nodding reverse-chase scene injects invention.

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