Sorority Sisters / Sorority Succubus Sisters
David DeCoteau, John Schouweiler (executive), Kenneth J. Hall (associate) for Filmtrust
directed by David DeCoteau
starring Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens, Michelle Bauer (as Michelle McClellan), Richard Gabai, Marcus Vaughter, William Dristas, Timothy Kauffman, Matthew Phelps, C.Jay Cox, Jim Culver, Sandy Brooke, Michael Sonye
written by Kenneth J.Hall, music by Del Casher, Haunted Garage, Michael Sonye
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Three nerdy and not exactly pretty sorority girls (Michelle Bauer,
Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens) invite three nerdy fratboys (Richard
Gabai, Marcus Vaughter, William Dristas) over for a party ... that just
really fails to take off, also because neither of the six has particularly
well-developed social skills. Then one of the girls (Brinke Stevens)
suggests to play with a crystal ball - you know, the kind fortunetellers
would use. The crystal ball has a weird effect: It turns the three girls
into sex goddesses who just can't wait to shed their clothes and get
intimate with the guys. The guys though hesitate a bit because something
seems clearly wrong ... and then they are captured by the campus jocks
(Timothy Kauffman, Matthew Phelps, C.Jay Cox), who tie them up and lock
them into their basement, to usurp their place with the girls. And that's
a lucky break for our three nerdy fratboys, because the girls have
actually turned into horny demons who kill their partners after sex -
Somehow our fratboys manage to free themselves, then they call an
exorcist (Jim Culver) - who turns out to be pretty useless though.
Eventually, they find out that the girls' demonic powers must lie with the
crystal ball, and they destroy it - to turn the girls back to normal, only
they have kept their sexy looks!
A rather moronic low budget
horror comedy probably mainly notable for bringing together the three
scream queens of the 1980's, Michelle Bauer, Linnea Quigley, Brinke
Stevens, for the very first time, and having them spend quite a bit of
time in the (topless) nude with each other. Apart from that, the film
offers humour that doesn't always hit the mark, and special effects that
don't necessarily impress - and yet, the film has this certain 1980's
B-movie charm that's hard to totally resist, at least for trash movie
enthusiasts like myself.
Surely not for everyone, but against better
judgement, you might get a kick out of it!