The House on Sorority Row (1983) has a nice ring to it, inviting even. Who wouldn’t want to visit a dwelling inhabited by young, nubile ladies? And they have a house, with rooms, and likely privacy for doing private acts. It’s all good. Only it’s not. Even the mere suggestion of sex in a movie usually means that a slasher killer is lurking in the shower or somewhere near the naked babes. What a cut up. Just when we thought a good time was to be had by all. These poor graduating seniors only wanted to have a party in their sorority house, but their house mother vetoed the plan, so they accidentally kill her in a prank that we can safely say went wrong. But now with nothing stopping them from partying they do so, hiding the dead body with the intention of dealing with the legalities after the festivities. Only one by one the sorority sisters disappear and are eventually found dead. On the upside, Jodi Draigie and Eileen Davidson get naked.