Scorpion Releasing Takes THE HOUSE ON SORORITY ROW Blu-ray Virginity

Previously released by Scorpion only as a DVD, this voyeuristic, college bound retro romper will finally get the HD transfer it deserves, and with a director-approved corrected pre-credit sequence. All the supplements from their previous SD DVD edition will make a return and presumably be transferred in HD as well, except for Katrina’s Nightmare Theatre mode, which shall not return at all. This upcoming April 22nd will mark the first time ever THE HOUSE ON SORORITY ROW will be available on Blu-ray. In addition, according to Scorpion Releasing and how this title sells, we may see others in their backlog make the jump to the ever-sought Blue Casing.

 

From The Scorpion Releasing Facebook:

THE HOUSE ON SORORITY ROW

On April 22nd, in conjunction with Camelot Entertainment, we will finally release HOUSE ON SORORITY ROW on Blu. We have corrected the pre-credit sequence to the preference of director Mark Rosman (the original pre-credit sequence will be an extra on the Blu), and all the extras will carry over from the SD release (except for one, the Nightmare Theater mode, due to contract stipulation). MSRP is $29.95. This is the first of our catalog titles to be released on Blu, and based on how well this does, we will determine if we should release BluRay editions of some of our other previously released titles.

 

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SOURCE: Scorpion Releasing Official Facebook

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Chris can be found only at night, playing vast hours of XBox 360, reading uniquely disturbing novels, and scouring Netflix for late sixties horror flicks. He has 69,000 Gamerscore and counting. Supposedly at the age of three, he beat Super Mario Bros. on NES, though possesses no recollection of this. Writing novels since the age of fourteen, he hopes to one day publish them. On Friday nights, he is seen at the local indie film theater, then the pubs next door shortly after, for thorough critique among friends. Follow him on Twitter @Literaryman420 

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