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      The Sisterhood

      R Released Jun 6, 2004 1h 25m Horror LGBTQ+ List
      Reviews 22% Audience Score 1,000+ Ratings A college student (Jennifer Holland) pledges a sinister sorority whose members major in vampirism, witchcraft and mind control. Read More Read Less

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      The Foywonder Dread Central The Sisterhood represents a new low even by David DeCoteau standards. Rated: 0.5/5 Jul 20, 2006 Full Review Scott Weinberg DVDTalk.com If anyone can tell me who this movie was made for, aside from DVD critics with no life and immediate relations of the cast members, I'd love to know who it might be. Rated: 1/5 Jul 15, 2005 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Audience Member THIS HAS TO BE THE WORST VAMPIRE MOVIE EVER MADE. THIS MOVIE IS PRETTY MUCH A SOFTCORE PORN, 80% OF THE MOVIE IS A SEX SCENE BUT THERE IS NO NUDITY, THEN THEY THROW IN ONE VAMPIRE SCENE AT THE END. BAD ACTING, BAD STORY, BAD EFFECTS. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME ON THIS MOVIE Rated 1 out of 5 stars 02/25/23 Full Review Audience Member Should of just made this into a bad porn movie instead. Bad actors, bad story and just bad overall. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 02/26/23 Full Review Audience Member This is not a movie to watch, but to laugh at with friends, with a few beers or some weed. Could anyone make a movie this bad on purpose? College girls in their underwear are the only redeeming feature. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 02/13/23 Full Review Audience Member This was like a badly directed, low-budget, softcore porn movie without the porn. Actually only that would make it watchable. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/30/23 Full Review Audience Member Here's a perfect formula for a horror film: If you can't write a good script, pay for A-list actors and hope they can pull it off. If you don't have the $$$ for good actors, make sure the effects are good and fill it with gore. If you can't buy good effects, the actors suck and your script is terrible, fill it with lots of T&A and try to sell it to Cinemax. You fail to do this and you're stuck with a P.O.S. like David DeCoteau's pointless yawn, The Sisterhood: Pledge of Evil. Somehow while ripping off The Craft, DeCoteau manages to fail at everything, including the gratuitous nudity and sex and instead presents us with: A cockeyed lead (I'm serious, Jennifer Holland is really cockeyed), a lousy plot about a vampire witch and her evil sorority sisters (who aren't really any more evil than most sorority girls only these have sparse spats of witchcraft) and several uninspired lesbian scenes where everyone keeps their cloths on. Yes, THEY ALL KEEP THEIR CLOTHES ON!!! In a movie that has nothing to offer but a cast of horribly bad performers we don't even get the customary fake boobs or dike-a-licious shower scene. Just 85 minutes of pure, mind-numbing dialog, lame techno and lots and lots of mid-drift clothes. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/13/23 Full Review Audience Member Horrible, Horrible....HORRIBLE!!! The DVD started to skip halfway through so I skipped a couple chapters (with pleasure so it could be over quicker) but it was still just sooo horrible I could not finish watching it. I dont know what happened in the end dont care. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/31/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Synopsis A college student (Jennifer Holland) pledges a sinister sorority whose members major in vampirism, witchcraft and mind control.
      Director
      David DeCoteau
      Producer
      Paul Colichman, Stephen P. Jarchow
      Screenwriter
      Jana K. Arnold
      Production Co
      Providence Management Ltd.
      Rating
      R
      Genre
      Horror, LGBTQ+
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Jun 6, 2004, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Jul 1, 2017
      Runtime
      1h 25m
      Sound Mix
      Surround
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