LAS VEGAS — Some people think that girls don't like horror movies. But in the eyes of [url id="http://www.mtv.com/ontv/dyn/the_hills/cast_member/cast_member.jhtml?personalityId=10147"]Audrina Patridge[/url] and her co-stars in the upcoming [url id="http://www.mtv.com/movies/movie/412062/moviemain.jhtml"]"Sorority Row,"[/url] those people are dead wrong.
"It's about a group of sorority girls," the [url id="http://www.mtv.com/ontv/dyn/the_hills/series.jhtml"]"Hills"[/url] star explained to us recently about her theatrical debut. "A prank goes wrong and then no one knows who it is, but there's a killer on the loose."
"There are some pretty sweet deaths in the script, I must say," Margo Harshman, one of her sorority sisters in the flick, added. "There are some pretty twisted, gnarly ones."
"But trust me, reading the script — with how sweet the death scenes are — it makes you want to die," Leah Pipes ("The Sarah Connor Chronicles") laughed. "You have to see them. They are so clever. It's like, 'Wow! I would never have thought of that!' "
"There's smashed faces, burned-off faces," Harshman explained.
"I have two words," volunteered Pipes. "Oral fixation."
"Oh, that's a bad one," Patridge grinned. "It is rated R!"
Although the trailer makes it look like Audrina ends up on the wrong end of one of those death scenes, the girls are keeping quiet about who lives and who dies. According to Patridge, it's these twists that make this movie such a roller-coaster ride.
"Whenever we watch the trailer, we are like, 'Oh my gosh!' " Patridge laughed. "I was always a big fan of 'Scream,' and I feel like 'Sorority Row,' for all [the younger] kids, it's their 'Scream.' There's a killer [and] you don't know who it is. It keeps you guessing."
"I like the house-party scene," Jamie Chung ("Dragonball Evolution") said of her favorite wild and crazy "Sorority" moment. "But no one died."
"Oh! The house party was pretty exciting," Rumer Willis ("The House Bunny") grinned. "There's a trampoline in the middle, and there's girls jumping [in pajamas] with their butt-flaps open. It was incredible! I've never seen anything like it."
And although it's a modern update of an '80s cult classic, these "Sorority" chicks insist that the new movie is going to be even bloodier and better.
"As soon as I read the script, I knew it was a remake of the 1983 film '[The House on] Sorority Row,' so I went and bought it and watched it," Audrina remembered. "It's similar, but very different. I think this one is a lot better than the one in the '80s — it has the same story but it's way better. It's bloodier — definitely gory — and it makes you jump. You don't know who the killer is, so it keeps you thinking and guessing — and you're wrong! It's just a great movie and a great remake, and I think it's going to be a hit."
"And come on," Leah Pipes, reassured of the film's success, added. "We have Audrina Patridge in our movie!"
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