The Haunting of Sorority Row

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The Haunting of Sorority Row
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Genre Ghost story
Screenplay by Jed Seidel
Michael Vickerman
Story by Jed Seidel
Directed by Bert Kish
Starring Leighton Meester
Kailin See
Lisa Marie Caruk
Carlo Marks
Agam Darshi
Elyse Levesque
Meghan Ory
Adrian Roman Petriw
Theme music composer Michael Richard Plowman
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) English
Production
Producer(s) Scott Kennedy
Cinematography Mathias Herndl
Editor(s) Roger Mattiussi
Running time 91 min.
Production company(s) Brainstorm Media
Marvista Entertainment
Release
Original network Global (Canada)
Lifetime (USA)
Original release
  • October 6, 2007 (2007-10-06) (Canada & USA)

The Haunting of Sorority Row (also known as Deadly Pledge in Australia, the UK and France) is a 2007 Canadian made for TV film starring Leighton Meester, Agam Darshi, Lisa Marie Caruk, Meghan Ory, Carlo Marks and Kailin See. The film aired on the Lifetime Television network and Global TV in October 2007. The film revolves around a freshman at a college who believes a haunted house on sorority row is hiding sinister secrets. A sorority ritual leads to a ghost seeking revenge on sorority members. The film was released on October 6, and was directed by Bert Kish.

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Production[edit]

The film was shot in Vancouver. Its working title was Hell House.

Release[edit]

The film was first broadcast on Lifetime in the United States and Global in Canada on October 6, 2007 as a Halloween tie-in. In France, NT1 broadcast the film on July 6, 2011 under the title Dark Intentions.

A barebones DVD was released in the United States on August 24, 2010 with Dolby Digital stereo sound and a 1.33:1 "full screen" aspect ratio. In France, the film was released in the DVD and blu-ray formats on May 2, 2012 under the title Deadly Pledge. Both discs feature the proper "widescreen" presentation of the film and the blu-ray contains lossless stereo tracks in both the original English and dubbed French as well as lossy Dolby Digital 5.1 mixes in both languages. It is currently the only high definition release of the film.

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