14 October 2016 | wes-connors
Hot-to-trot blonde teenager Sierra McCormick (as Sarah Marsh) is out partying. She spots a handsome young man, gets him into an upstairs bedroom and demands the muscular guy get his pants off. Things do not go as planned, however. Having had too much to drink, Ms. McCormick leaves abruptly for the toilet and gets sick. No longer aroused, our tipsy teen heroine calls her big sister for a ride home from the party. The young women get into a terrible car accident, for which McCormick blames herself. Two years later, McCormick is off to college. She's more reserved and moody, due to her car crash. Although she's no longer interested in partying, McCormick joins the college sorority because her mom was a member. Like the titles "Twisted Sisters" and "Sorority Nightmare" suggest, weird stuff happens...
There is no sense of reality in this soft-focused college-set thriller. With their strange attire, white candles and pearl necklaces, the "sorority girls" never ring true. However, they are fun to watch. Not much happens during the first third, so be prepared to wait for the girls to get wilder after two get caught in bed and one gets bound in her black bikini, with saran wrap. Leading the cult-like group is beautiful blonde Cassidy Gifford (as Daisy). She is overly perky and deliciously nasty. Second in command, plainer brunette Katie Sarife (as Maria) has the best role and gets to show off some acting skills. Track star boyfriend Anthony Del Negro (as Liam) is well-cast and makes a good impression. Co-directors Devon Downs and Kenny Gage join a larger group of producers in delivering a competent albeit ordinary movie.
**** Twisted Sisters (7/21/2016) Downs and Gage ~ Sierra McCormick, Cassidy Gifford, Katie Sarife, Anthony Del Negro