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ALLELUIA! THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL Musical Film Tour To Kick Off 40 City Run On August 26th

ALLELUIA! THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL Musical Film Tour To Kick Off 40 City Run On August 26th


Hell ain’t got a prayer that could stop this tour: Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival, the sequel to cult-sensation film The Devil’s Carnival, will be featured nightly on its special musical road show tour, stopping in 40 North American cities this summer and fall!

But before we discuss the tour, a bit about the film: Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival features a thrilling cast full of top horror and classic mainstream film stars, in addition to some of today’s top musical talent in acting roles! Fantasized by the team of celebrated film director Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II, III, and IV) and writer-actor Terrance Zdunich – who also collaborated on musical cult films Repo! The Genetic Opera (which The Hollywood Reporter embraces as “this generation’s Rocky Horror Picture Show”) and the original The Devil’s Carnival – Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival stars Zdunich, in addition to actors Paul Sorvino (Goodfellas), David Hasselhoff (Baywatch, Knightrider, Dodgeball), Adam Pascal (RENT), Dayton Callie (Sons of Anarchy, Deadwood), Briana Evigan (Step Up Film Franchise), Barry Bostwick (Rocky Horror Picture Show) and many more. Additionally, chart topping musicians Emilie Autumn, Tech N9ne, Danny Worsnop (We Are Harlot, Ex-Asking Alexandria), Heidi Shepherd and Carla Harvey (Butcher Babies), Ogre (Skinny Puppy), and Jimmy Urine (Mindless Self Indulgence) and more grace the screen in this macabre masterpiece.


In Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival, Lucifer (Zdunich) incites Heaven’s wrath by dispatching train cars full of condemned souls a-crashin’ through the pearly gates. God (Sorvino), in response, readies his top negotiator, The Agent (Pascal), for a trip down to The Carnival to put an end to the rebellious deeds. Take an insider’s look at the first scene from the film and the opening music sequence “Shovel and Bone”, in addition to three film teasers featuring Tech N9ne, Danny Worsnop, and Heidi Shepherd and Carla Harvey here via Loudwirehttp://loudwire.com/alleluia-the-devils-carnival-shovel-and-bone-exclusive-video-premiere/

Now about that tour… Each evening of the Alleluia! Tour will begin with a live, local and little opening act (although these pre-show routines may include dwarves, the word little refers to their running times—think of movie previews with a pulse), followed by an introduction to the evening and film by director Darren Lynn Bousman and writer-actor Terrance Zdunich. A screening of Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival will follow, which will be concluded by a live audience Q&A session with the above filmmakers, where they will discuss their films and reveal sneak peeks of upcoming projects.

Exclusive Alleluia! merchandise, as well as intimate meet ’n’ greet opportunities with Bousman and Zdunich, are available for purchase at every stop, but tickets and VIP experiences are limited, so pre-orders are recommended. Note: personalized autographs and photo opportunities with the above filmmakers will only be available with VIP ticket packages.

Step right up and get your tickets and VIP packs here! www.TheDevilsCarnival.com   

Now is your chance to witness the unruliness of Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival in your own town – visit this theatrical, musical road show as it traverses North America! Proceed with caution – this film and the coinciding daily activities at each tour stop may contain adult language, subject matter, and perhaps some tasteful violence…

The tour began with a bang in Hollywood, CA at the Egyptian Theatre on August 11th, featuring the official premiere screening and a star-studded red carpet. The first tour date lands in Tucson, AZ on August 26th and runs through mid-August, making its way back to Los Angeles on October 18th. Fans across the pond – don’t fret just yet!  Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival also has an evil eye aimed at Europe for next year…


8/26 – Tucson, AZ @ The Loft Cinema

8/27 – Albuquerque, NM @ National Hispanic Cultural Center

8/29 – Dallas, TX @ Gilley’s South Side Music Hall

8/30 – New Orleans, LA @ The Prytania

9/1 – Jacksonville, FL @ Sun-Ray Cinema

9/2 – Atlanta, GA @ Lefront Theater

9/3 – Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge

9/4 – Winston-Salem, NC @ Hanesbrands Theatre

9/5 – Philadelphia, PA @ Ritz East

9/6 – Baltimore, MD @ Harbour East

9/7 – New York, NY @ The Beekman Theatre

9/8 – Toronto, ON @ Revue Cinema

9/9 – Brookline, MA @ Collridge Corner Theater

9/10 – Indianapolis, IN @ The Irving Theatre

9/11 – Chicago, IL @ Patio Theatre

9/13 – Minneapolis, MN @ Riverview Theater

9/14 – Kansas City, MO @ Screenland Armour Theatre

9/16 – Denver, CO @ Mayan Theater

9/17 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Fort Douglas Post Theatre

9/18 – Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory

9/19 – Portland, OR @ Joy Cinema

9/21 – Sacramento, CA @ Colonial Theatre

9/22 – Las Vegas, NV @ Giordano Theatre

9/24 – Santa Ana, CA @ The Frida Cinema

9/25 – San Diego, CA @ Landmark Hillcrest Cinemas

9/26 – Los Angeles, CA @ Regent Theatre

9/29 – Austin, TX @ Southwest Theaters

9/30 – Shreveport, LA @ Shreveport Little Theatre

10/1 – Baton Rouge, LA @ Grand Cinema

10/2 – Birmingham, AL @ The High Note Lounge

10/4 – Tampa, FL @ Tampa Pitcher Show

10/6 – Winter Garden, FL @ Garden Theatre

10/7 – Columbia, SC @ 701 Whaley

10/9 – Louisville, KY @ Baxter Filmworks

10/10 – Columbus, SC @ Studio 35 Cinema & Drafthouse

10/11 – Cleveland, OH @ Capitol Theatre

10/12 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Regent Square Theatre

10/13 – Detroit, MI @ Cinema Detroit

10/15 – Montreal, QC @ Rialto Theatre

10/18 – Los Angeles, CA @ Downtown Independent

Those who have attended Repo! The Genetic Opera or The Devil’s Carnival tours in the past can attest to the fact that these events are not traditional movie screenings: audience members are encouraged to dress-up, sing-along and participate. The Alleluia! tour will be no different, so attendees are encouraged to dust off their halos and red noses and come prepared! We’ll see you there – at The Devil’s Carnival!


Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival is imagined by the team of celebrated film director Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II, III, and IV) and writer-actor Terrance Zdunich – who also collaborated on musical cult films Repo! The Genetic Operaand the original The Devil’s CarnivalAlleluia! The Devil’s Carnival is produced by Sean E DeMott for Execution Style Productions, Chris Bonifay for Limb from Limb and Chang Tseng, and executive producer Brian Perera for Cleopatra Records. The music and lyrics for the film were composed by Saar Hendelman and Terrance Zdunich.





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Demi Lovato To Guest Star On El Rey’s “From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series”

Demi Lovato To Guest Star On El Rey’s “From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series”

'From Dusk Til Dawn' Season 2

‘From Dusk Til Dawn’ Season 2

Multi-platinum selling recording artist and actress, Demi Lovato has joined the sophomore season of Robert Rodriguez’s “From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series” in a guest-starring role as announced today by El Rey Network and Miramax. The critically acclaimed supernatural crime saga is set to premiere on El Rey Network on Tuesday, August 25th at 9pm ET. 

Lovato broke the news through her social media channels earlier today by posting pictures on set in Austin, TX with both the series’ creator, director and El Rey Network chairman, Robert Rodriguez and fellow cast member Wilmer Valderrama. (https://instagram.com/p/3tTC_KuKrF/)(https://instagram.com/p/3tWzHwOKgZ/).
Lovato is represented by CAA’s Charlie Jennings and managed by Phil Mcintyre.

A Texas native, Demi Lovato is currently working on her fifth studio album. Her list of professional accomplishments includes a career defining year in 2013 with her album “Demi”, which included the hits “Heart Attack,” “Really Don’t Care” and “Neon Lights.” Following the album’s release, she appeared in the award-winning FOX series, “Glee.” In 2014, Lovato set off on two record-breaking arena tours including her Neon Lights tour which grossed 8.6 million over 21 dates and the Demi World Tour, which made stops in North America, Europe, Australia, Asia and New Zealand. Her book, STAYING STRONG: 365 DAYS A YEAR, became a New York Times best-seller and she continued to support charities close to her heart.

Wilmer Valderrama and Demi Lovato

Wilmer Valderrama and Demi Lovato

Lovato will join returning cast members D.J. Cotrona (Dear John, G.I. Joe: Retaliation); Zane Holtz (Wind Walkers, Holes, The Perks of Being a Wallflower); Jesse Garcia (Quinceañera, “Sons of Anarchy”); Eiza González (Lola: Érase Una Vez); Wilmer Valderrama (“That ‘70s Show,” To Whom It May Concern); Madison Davenport (“Noah,” “Shameless”); Brandon Soo Hoo (Tropic Thunder, Ender’s Game, Incredible Crew) and guest star Jake Busey (Motorcycle Gang, Contract). They are joined in the show’s sophomore season by Danny Trejo (Machete, Machete Kills) as “The Regulator;” Esai Morales (“Criminal Minds,” “NYPD Blue”) as “Lord Amancio Malvado;” Jeff Fahey (“Lost,” “Justified,” “Texas Rising”) as “Uncle Eddie Cruickshank” and Briana Evigan (Step Up 2) as “Sonja Lam.”

Called “radically different” and “a fascinating ride” by The Associated Press, season one of “From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series” centered on bank robber Seth Gecko (Cotrona) and his violent, unpredictable brother, Richard “Richie” Gecko (Holtz), who were on the run to Mexico when they encountered former pastor Jacob Fuller and his family, and took them hostage. Using the family RV to cross the border, chaos ensued when the group detoured to the Titty Twister, a strip club populated by culebras, snake-like ancient creatures who survive by drinking human blood. They were forced to fight until dawn in order to get out alive.

In Season Two, the show travels between Mexico and the edgy, tricked-out Texas of Robert Rodriguez. It also deepens and complicates the core relationships between the characters, while adding new faces and new dynamics. Our characters are all living in very separate worlds – Santánico (Gonzalez) and Richie are outside Houston, doing their best Bonnie and Clyde; Seth and Kate (Davenport) are scraping by South of the Border; and Freddie Gonzalez (Garcia) is protecting his wife and young daughter in the suburbs. Carlos Madrigal (Valderrama) and Scott Fuller (Soo Hoo) emerge from the Titty Twister, changed men. They will all come together once again – this time facing off against an even bigger threat”.

“From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series” is a Miramax production in association with Rodriguez International Pictures, FactoryMade Ventures, and Sugarcane Entertainment. Executive producers are Robert Rodriguez, showrunner Carlos Coto, writer Diego Gutierrez, FactoryMade Ventures and El Rey Network co-founders John Fogelman and Cristina Patwa, and Miramax’s Zanne Devine and Daniel Pipski.

Miramax is distributing “From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series” internationally in all territories.

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NOT BAD FOR A HUMAN: Lance Henriksen On His Career, Longevity And More!

NOT BAD FOR A HUMAN: Lance Henriksen On His Career, Longevity And More!


Lance Henriksen is a man who needs little introduction. A Hollywood icon with well over 150+ films to his name. He’s best known as the empathetic android Bishop in Aliens and the intuitive criminal profiler Frank Black in the TV series “Millennium.” Over the course of many decades and through his many roles, Henriksen has taken on threats both foreign, domestic, technological, supernatural and extra-terrestrial. He has made a name for himself working alongside some of Hollywood’s biggest names, both in front of and behind the camera. His performances are truly transformative and have earned him a legion of dedicated fans around he globe as his work continues grow as an actor. At 74 years young, he continues to take on ambitious new projects and stretch himself as an actor. Best of all, he shows no signs of slowing down! 

Henriksen recently wrapped work on the highly anticipated suspense thriller ‘Monday at 11:01 A.M.,” which stars Charles Agron (Dark House), Briana Evigan (Step Up 2 the Streets), Lance Henriksen (Aliens) and Lauren Shaw (Zero Dark Thirty). Directed by Harvey Lowry (Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage) from a script by Agron, the film focuses on Michael, who brings his girlfriend Jenny to a beautiful yet strange mountain town where everyone seems familiar. But he begins to see and hear things that no one else can. After many hallucinations and then losing sight of Jenny, Michael is brought to the brink of insanity. He finds himself frantically questioning what is real and what it isn’t. Shot in Guthrie, Oklahoma, the film is currently slated for release in 2015.

Jason Price of Icon Vs. Icon recently caught up with Lance Henriksen to discuss his earlier years as an actor, the secret to his longevity, his excitement about his recent work on “Monday at 11:01 A.M.” and much more! 

You have become a familiar face on screen. Going back to the beginning, what intrigued you about acting early on and made you follow the path?

Lance Henriksen

Lance Henriksen

You know what happened? I have to tell you, I have given this a lot of thought because I have always wondered myself, “How did this all go down?” I never went to school. I hated school and I wasn’t interested in reading but I wasn’t stupid. I had an intelligence. I think I was around 7 or 8 years old and I was raised in New York where I was shining shoes. What I would do is give half to my mother and the other half I would take and go to the movies. I remember sitting in the theater watching “Enrico Caruso.” It starts out that Crusoe is a young guy who sings great and the town loves him. Then he meets a girl and they fall in love and get married. Then he suddenly becomes very famous as Crusoe. He is on stage when he blows his neck out singing this aria and dies. The whole movie took place in an hour-and-a-half or something like that. It suddenly terrified me! I was wondering through the years what was scary about it. What was really terrifying to me was that you could tell a man’s entire life story in an hour-and-a-half. I thought to myself, even as a kid, “I want to live 1,000 lifetimes. I don’t want my story to be told in an hour-and-a-half.” I think that is the core moment when that happened to me, where I knew as an actor I could live those 1,000 lifetimes. I loved the movies and I used to go all the time. I was almost a method audience. I brought camping equipment to see a movie with Kirk Douglas going up the river in a keelboat with flintlock rifles! I would be sitting in the theater watching it four or five times because they didn’t empty the theater in those days. They would just start the movie over again. I remember sitting there and feeling like I was there, like I could do that! I wanted to go up river! [laughs] I had a vivid mind about putting together where I am at really at the moment, where I would like to be and also wondering how can it happen. Suddenly, in my 30s, I started acting.

Was there anyone in particular who made a big impact on you in your early years?

What I had seen around me, always, was that longevity was everything. If you stay with it long enough, something will happen. If you are ready for it, then it’s going to work! I had some incredible teachers along the way. There was a woman named Sandra Seacat and she was very much a mentor in connecting up your spirit or soul with the part of acting you are going to have strength in, so that you have the strength to believe in yourself. I have also had some wonderful friends who were actors when I was just starting out. I don’t want to name drop but they took me on as a friend. When you hang out with people who are 15 years ahead of you in terms of acting, you learn a lot by just being part of their lives. New York is different than California. In New York, you run into people on the street and then go have coffee. It is a walking city so it is a community. The only nature is the people, so it was a river to get thrown into! It was always great and I loved it. I respect actors. I always have and I probably always will.

Lance Henriksen: A man with one of Hollywood's most diverse resumes.

Lance Henriksen: A man with one of Hollywood’s most diverse resumes.

Did you ever experience that “Ah-ha!” moment when you really felt you had made it as an actor?

You know, the ah-ha happens when you are working. It happens when the camera is rolling or you are on the stage. Those are the moments that you live for and you have created that person. The moment where you are not acting anymore but it is flowing and it is real. Those are the ah-ha moments, not moments about the business. I never think about the business to be honest with you! I don’t go to parties and schmooze and shit. [laughs]

You mentioned longevity. Is there any secret to your success when it comes to that?

It really comes from appreciation. Those ah-ha moments we were just talking about get closer and closer, so that you are in a steady flow when you are doing a role you really like. It is as if the role is feeding you and you are channeling this character. You don’t even know where it is coming from but you are channeling it. That is what keeps you going and keeps you excited about it. I think every time I walk on a set, I go right back to zero like I have never acted before and I want to see what draws me into it. Usually, it is the other people you are working with. You have a feeling about them and you have your own energy and thoughts going on. Those are where those ah-ha moments originate.

Lance Henriksen: A Man of Many Faces!

Lance Henriksen: A Man of Many Faces!

You have become such an icon over the years …

I put my pants on one leg at a time just like you do! [laughs] We are in the same boat, man! We are in the same generation. I may be a little older but we are still here! We are sharing the history of the world at this moment. We are all responding!

What is the biggest lesson we can take away from the story of Lance Henriksen?

I am watching this colorful pageantry go by. You know, just the other day, I was watching the Superbowl and they had a Viagra ad on there. You can see a woman on television these days talking about how a husband or boyfriend can now get it up when it’s time! God, when I was a teenager, nobody ever talked about anything like that! Now, it is on television! Everyone is talking about it. It has gotten so loose and free flowing. We are in an age now that is very interesting. What you can say now is pretty elaborate and pretty gritty. I have really watched an evolution take place because I have lived long enough but it is all new to me. Every day is a new day and there are new issues going on from ISIS to politics to everything else and it goes on and on and on. That is why I call it a pageant! That is what it is! It sometimes seems like we aren’t learning from shit but I think we are! [laughs]

Lance Henriksen

Lance Henriksen

One of your most recent projects is a film called “Monday at 11:01 AM.” What can you tell us about the project?

One of the things that blew me away was that Charles Argon, who starred in the film, also wrote it. One of the things that is kind of amazing in a situation like that is that, as a writer, a lot of guys defend their writing, the words and all of that, to the point of their detriment. He didn’t do that at all. He was very open to personalizing it. For me as an actor, personalizing it so that I can play it and it can be a real person is very important. He was just another actor struggling to do the same thing I was doing, so it was a great feeling. We were really rolling! I didn’t change a lot of his dialog or anything, it is just the matter of having the freedom to do it if you needed to, if you know what I mean.

What was it about the script or the character that intrigued you early on and made you pursue the role? Was there something that spoke to you?

Oh, yeah! In every way, this character is a facilitator between life and death or whether you go up or down. What he is doing is facilitating. He had no judgement ability about what was going to take place. Only the soul of the human being that was passing through my world or this place was determining their own fate by the kind of person they were. I was watching almost from a point of view of just enjoying humanity in all of its strengths and weaknesses. That was what appealed to me. All the turns in the story of “Monday at 11:01 AM” are very surprising and beautifully wrought in the material. I was happy about it and was wondering how I was going to do it when I read it. It was a question of, “What am I going to draw on for this?” It was an exciting project to be a part of, it really was!

Lance Henriksen

Lance Henriksen

What did you take away from working with the cast and crew on this picture?

There is a phrase that I think really covers a lot. It is: “Bullshit rolls downhill.” One of the things about this set was that it was one of the calmest, attentive and quiet I have been on in a long time. It was very respectful of what we all need to do in order to make something work. The crew was great and the director, Harvey Lowry, was wonderful. In that setting, creation was possible! It was almost the perfect situation. We were in a little town in Guthrie, Oklahoma. You wouldn’t expect this sophisticated crew to come rolling in to do this movie! The whole situation was good and I enjoyed it very much!

You played so many great roles throughout your career. Do you have a specific process for bringing these characters to life?

Every project is new and every project is an adventure! For example, when you talk about Charles and how accepting he was to new ideas, it allowed things to flow and allowed us all to become these characters. That is something you lust after and it is a miracle when it happens, that it flows like that. In those moments, every idea is accepted and if you have good taste, the ideas meld. That is what it is about! It’s not just reciting written material. The words you learn but you forget them or ignore them and the situation will bring those words out. The chemistry between the people comes out. That is why I call it channeling. I don’t know where it comes from or how it happens but it does happen. We were really sailing. You know, this is a big movie to do and I am certain that Charles pulled it off. Charles kicked ass! He really did! It’s a rocker!

An undeniable for in entertainment; Lance Henriksen

An undeniable for in entertainment; Lance Henriksen

Looking back on your career, how have you evolved as an actor along the way?

You know what? I have always been my own friend. You do a lot of struggling to try to figure this thing out. It is an enormous thing, acting, because there are crossroads we all meet each other on. People have come from every type of place and environment and we all meet suddenly. I always call acting “a kiss in the dark” because you don’t know who, what, why, where or how! [laughs] What you experience is life. It is a wonderful thing, it really is. Then you connect up with all of the creative art that has gone on from William Shakespeare all the way to today. When we did “Network,” I was sitting across from Paddy Chayefsky at lunch and we were talking about life in general. You realize what a great writer that man was and I rubbed elbows with him. I was a young actor at the time who hadn’t done shit but I had a small role thanks to Sidney Lumet. It has always been this incredible journey of meeting all these amazing people in an intimate way. When you are acting, it is a very intimate thing. It’s not about posing! [laughs]

Lance Henriksen

Lance Henriksen

Where do you see yourself headed in the future?

I just came back from New York last night where I was shooting a guest appearance on “The Blacklist.” I had a really great time! They are introducing the character that I just did and then I will go back out around the 15th and do a fleshed out adventure about who this guy is. Honest to God, I don’t have any schemes! I’m not a schemer. I am looking for the adventure! Like I said, “Who, what, when or how” is out of my hands! My job, when I get a script, is to call the writer and ask what they have in mind. Then I say, “Well, this is what I have been thinking. Am I on the right track?” Then we start our relationship from that moment on. That is what I look forward to and what I enjoy about it. It sounds like I’m juggling a lot but I’m not. It has become a natural thing for me over the years.

You certainly had some great roles but is there anything you may have passed on along the way you wish you hadn’t?

No. No, I don’t. It’s a little bit like a cat leaving a cat box. If you didn’t get the role, then you don’t look back. You do your thing and you may glance back and go, “Oh, a big one!” [laughs] But you don’t dwell on it! You just move! [laughs] I have no regrets about what I didn’t get. None!

A must read biography.

A must read biography.

What is your best advice for those looking to take the journey as an actor?

You know, there is no platitude that would work. I really think that you deal with people when it is happening. This is a question where I don’t have a broad stroke answer about what a young actor should do. I think when you meet them and they talk about their work, then you share. There is no one answer because we are all different. We are all different and we are in different conditions at any given time.

Are you involved with any charity work we can help shine a much deserved light on?

Yeah. My charity of choice always has to do with children. There is a charity called Children of the Night. They can use all the help they can get. What they do is try to reunite street kids, that have come to California for whatever reason, with their families. They work very hard to keep these kids out of trouble and I love that charity. The guy who turned me on to the charity was Anthony Edwards, who is very involved with them.

Thanks for you time today, Lance! it has been a pleasure!

The please is all mine, Jason! Take care, my friend!

To learn more about the incredible life story of Lance Henriksen, pick up a copy of his amazing autobiography, “Not Bad For A Human.” Visit www.notbadforahuman.com for all the details!

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Andrew Bryniarski Joins The Cast of Bousman’s “Mother’s Day”

Andrew Bryniarski Joins The Cast of Bousman’s “Mother’s Day”

Bryniarski 2Horror icon Andrew Bryniarski is set to appear in the remake of the cult horror film “Mother’s Day,” which began filming September 8, 2009.

Bryniarski, best known for his role as Leatherface in “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” (2003) and “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning” (2004), has been designated for an undisclosed role in Mother’s Day.

“Given Andrew’s iconic status in the horror-thriller genre, we wanted to give him a special part that will intentionally be clouded in mystery until the film is released,” said Curtis Leopardo, executive producer of Mother’s Day and founder of LightTower Entertainment.

“We don’t want to spoil the surprise for avid Texas Chainsaw fans, but we’re thrilled to bring Andrew on board for what will certainly become a dark and mysterious role,” said Leopardo, who along with industry executive Cara Marie launched a talent management branch of LightTower Entertainment and are managing Andrew Bryaniarski.

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‘Sorority Row’ Gets A Brand New Theatrical One Sheet

‘Sorority Row’ Gets A Brand New Theatrical One Sheet

A brand new one sheet for the Sorority Row, the remake of 1981’s The House on Sorority Row, has been released. The film stars Briana Evigan, Leah Pipes, Rumer Willis, Jamie Chung, Audrina Patridge and Carrie Fisher.

The film tales the tale of five sorority girls inadvertently cause the murder of one of their sisters in a prank gone wrong, they agree to keep the matter to themselves and never speak of it again, so they can get on with their lives. This proves easier said than done, when after graduation a mysterious killer goes after the five of them and anyone who knows their secret.

Check out the official site and a trailer for the film at www.thetapi-ordie.com. The film is slated to hit theaters on September 11, 2009.


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