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It’s the start of a new year, but we’re heading back in time to have a little 80s slasher fun. Join us as we visit “House on Sorority Row”.

The House on Sorority Row

When the nightmare ends, this podcast begins.


Chaos, our 80’s slashaholic, has done it again by unearthing this 80’s slash treat. When a sorority prank goes awry, and the house mother is killed, someone decides to get revenge. But who is the killer? Could it be anyone we could have possibly met prior to the climax? Possibly not. Hard to figure out the killer if you don’t meet them.

If you are a new listener to the PaNcast, be aware there are spoilers and expletives ahead! We break down the movie, go through a summary, and offer analysis, trivia, arbitrary awards, reviews, ratings, fanfiction, and more!

”House mother is killed accidentally in a prank, and things go awry.” – Carnage’s Five-Second Summary.

Happy New Year from They Mostly Podcast at Night! We are celebrating the start of a new year by watching a spring/summer set movie at a sorority house. Why did we pick this film for our first podcast of the new year? If you’ve been listening to this podcast for a while, you know not to ask questions involving logic and rational thinking. Just buckle up and enjoy the ride!

The House on Sorority Row is now streaming on Shudder. So watch it now to avoid spoilers, then tune in to pledge your loyalty to the alpha podcast. 


Chaos and Carnage pulled out a pick that was long overdue for the podcast, the classic horror comedy Shaun of the Dead. See the Zombie Apocalypse through the eyes of a group of London slackers as they hilariously try to survive by fighting their way to their favorite pub.


Shaun of the Dead

Developed from ideas director/co-writer Edgar Wright and co-writer/star Simon Pegg used for their television series Spaced, Shaun of the Dead is a pitch-perfect comedic tribute to the Dead films directed by George A. Romero. The film premiered in London in 2004 and was met with critical acclaim and commercial success.

It was ranked third on the Channel 4 list of the 50 Greatest Comedy Films and quickly acquired a cult following. Stylus Magazine named it the ninth-greatest zombie film ever made. Time named it one of the 25 best horror films, and Bloody Disgusting ranked it second in their list of the ‘Top 20 Horror Films of the Decade’. Most recently (2016), Empire ranked it 6th on their list of the 100 best British films, with their entry stating, “it’s a masterpiece, right up there with Evil Dead II as one of the finest horror/comedies ever made.”

George A. Romero himself was so impressed with Pegg and Wright’s work that he asked them to appear in cameo roles in the 2005 film Land of the Dead. Quentin Tarantino described the film as one of his top twenty favorite films made since 1992, and horror novelist Stephen King described it as “a ’10’ on the fun meter and destined to be a cult classic”.

Shaun of the Dead is streaming now on Hulu.


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