Slasher flick scary but fun
LALA Kent is known for being featured on the reality television show Vanderpump Rules on E! Entertainment, but this time she has entered a new dimension of showbiz: being a director and actress for her first movie – a college horror slash flick called The Row.
Starring Kent as the lead, The
Row tells of a young girl, Riley, arriving for her first day of college after being dropped off by her father (Randy Couture), who we learn is a suspended police officer.
Riley and her best friend make plans to join a sorority. The horror slasher part of the film begins when one of the sorority members is stabbed to death outside in lingerie and a robe, all while a rave party is happening where Riley and her best friend are getting drunk and high.
Once the body of the sorority member is found in a completely different location, the fear of being killed starts to set in for the girls.
They respond by taking molly and getting drunk.
More girls and guys begin to get killed off one by one by a masked slasher, except for Riley, who is trying to figure out the reason behind the killings while trying to deal with her hovering cop father, who is also trying to solve the case.
This movie is 87 minutes of college frat parties interspersed with bodies being hacked up, with lots of gratuitous nudity – but that makes it a great movie to watch if you feel like having a lazy Sunday with popcorn and alcohol (trust me, you’re going to need both).