Sorority Slaughterhouse is a 2016 American comedy horror film producer and directed by David DeCoteau (Creepozoids; Ancient Evil: Scream of the Mummy; Evil Exhumed) from a screenplay by Rolfe Kanefsky (Megafoot; The Killer Eye) for Rapid Heart Pictures. The musical score was composed by Harry Manfredini (Friday the 13th, 1980)
In March 2016, David DeCoteau told Fangoria:
“After years of directing little-creature movies, I thought I would direct a killer-doll film where the doll actually spoke. I wanted the movie to be a combination of horror and comedy, so I contacted Rolfe Kanefsky, who wrote and directed the hilarious There’s Nothing Out There, and asked him if he wanted to tackle this assignment. Rolfe loves the genre and loves comedy, and wrote a hilarious, sexy horror/comedy…”
Eric Roberts (Camp Dread; Amityville Death House; Self Storage), Jessica Morris (Crabs!; American Exorcism; Reel Evil), Jean Louise O’Sullivan (Trophy Heads; Gingerdead Man 3), Kelli Seymour (666: Teen Warlock), Anthony Caravella, Brianna Joy Chomer (Zoombies), Vince Hill-Bedford, Alexia Quinn.
After a sorority girl breaks up with him, Mr. Whitman, the headmaster of the college, takes his own life. But what should be the end becomes only the beginning due to a magical, evil twelve-inch clown doll named Bobo that gets possessed by the soul of Mr Whitman.
Now, in the body of Bobo, Mr. Whitman can get revenge on all the people who wronged him, especially the hottest girls of the Delpha Pi sorority…
“It has a decent body count, coming in with seven on screen deaths, but they were just… stupid. Sorority Slaughterhouse could have been a real slaughter yet the team behind the movie decided to make it over the top campy and sexual and a comedy instead of a horror film. If they only changed the tone!” Horror Society
“As with films of this type, it either hits you in the right spot or not. But it definitely hit me in the right spot. I laughed consistently while watching the “effects” (basically, Bobo stands there still or a hand just off camera makes him bounce up and down) while Eric Roberts voices the clown…” ST Singer
“Ugh, get that away! I hate clowns!”