On this episode, we talk about Mark Rosman's 1983 movie, The House On Sorority Row, might not be the first to come to mind when thinking about when discussing the slasher genre, but for those who have seen it, it's a real diamond in the rough, with a solid cast and wry sense of
humor that keeps it entertaining from start to finish.
The House On Sorority Row is story of seven sorority sisters who accidentally kill their house mother and are then each picked off by a mysterious killer. Like every sorority or fraternity-based movie, it has a big blow-out party sequence. Since the movie was shot in and around Baltimore, it comes as no surprise that a Washington D.C. power pop band, 4 Out of 5 Doctors would perform at said party.
It took a while to set this up, but we were able to track down and talk with 4 Out of 5 Doctors' guitarist and singer, Cal Everett, about the band's appearance in the film, as well as their history with another lesser-known horror film, The Boogeyman. It's probably our longest episode ever, but the conversation is pretty wonderful.
4 Out of 5 Doctors, "Modern Man" (4 Out of 5 Doctors)
4 Out of 5 Doctors, "Dawn Patrol" (2nd Opinion)
4 Out of 5 Doctors, "Not From Her World" (4 Out of 5 Doctors)
4 Out of 5 Doctors, "Mr Cool Shoes" (4 Out of 5 Doctors)
4 Out of 5 Doctors, "Waiting For Roxanne" (2nd Opinion)
4 Out of 5 Doctors, "Waiting For A Change" (4 Out of 5 Doctors)