In an opening line that’ll make you feel old… It’s been almost 15 years since 2009’s Sorority Row hit screens.
The 2009 slasher came as the remake trend was beginning to dwindle in Hollywood, and the reimagining of Mark Rosman’s 1983 slasher House on Sorority Row was one of the last to hit the big screen. Of course, other loose horror remakes would continue to flow for the next few years, but for the most part they were sent straight to home media.
Although not the runaway success that was hoped, Sorority Row did manage a small profit, making more than double its $12.5 million budget. Since its release it has gained a reputation as one of the more enjoyable slashers of the remake trend with its over-the-top characters, kills and overall campy atmosphere.
Now, almost 15 years later, could a sequel be in the works?
According to a post on X issued by screenwriter Josh Stolberg December 8th, it looks that way. In the post, Stolberg asks his followers if any of them are currently attending a sorority and if they could give them tips on the current sorority culture. The writer ends the plea with “#sororityrow2” and a tantalizing question mark.
So, does this mean Stolberg is brainstorming ideas for a 15-years-later sequel to the 2009 cult classic? Will we finally get a follow-up on the campy cliffhanger ending that movie closed with? Time will tell, but it certainly looks promising!