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|Delta Delta Die|
Actors: Julie Strain, Brinke Stevens, Joe Dain, Steve Malis, Karen A. Smith
Director: Devin Hamilton
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Sexy Delta Delta Pi house mother (Julie Strain) and her girls get in the habit of killing frat guys, grinding them up, and using their flesh to make sumptuous meat dishes. But as they prepare their delicious spread for the... more »
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Silly Sorority, Fun Film, Great Extras
Joshua Koppel | Chicago, IL United States | 02/13/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Julie Strain heads the most successful sorority on campus (yet it only has four members). These women are true man-eaters. But when it comes to actually dispatching the young men, it is Strain who does all of the dirty work.The sorority makes mucho dinero by selling meat pies on campus. They are very popular. Of course we know what they are really made of.The movie concerns Strain's move for greater power during a 20th anniversary and how the whole scheme might be coming undone.Veteran Brinke Stevens is excellent as a founding member bent on revenge. Her pouncing scenes have to be seen to be believed.The disk comes packed with DVD extras including home movies of Julie Strain and her sister acting rowdy, out takes, deleted scenes, extended scenes and more.A great B-Film with some classic B-Girls. Although it is had to believe that the "young" Strain in the flashbacks could ever have matured into the Strain we know and love is rather far fetched."
Riveting Soft Core Social Satire!
vegas31 | Baltimore, MD United States | 08/17/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I reluctantly checked out Delta Delta Die at blockbuster last night, and was suprised to discover such a rich, postmodern take on Southern California sorority life. Briefly, this pomo flick is based on a group of big-chested sorority sisters who party by day and dine on their vapid jock boyfriends by night (clearly a reactionary 'folles au deux' conjuring both the tyranny of male chauvanism while maintining a deft cathexsis directed towards objects of Freudian phallic anti-intellectualism). Not since Silence of the Lambs has cannabalism served as such an apt metaphor for the intersection of high and low culture. The Schadenfraude of the house mother is worth the price of the disc alone.The topless bloopers at the end of the disc are really cool too."
Gotta love their pie...
Jason T. Weiss | Exeter, PA USA | 04/08/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Ahh yes...Delta Delta Die. The movie that kicks the Klondike bar question right where it hurts and asks if you would die "for a Delta Delta Pie..."
The movie starts off comedically enough with a rather serious scene of a man having his penis devoured (the extended scene is a laugh riot) right before the whole tale kicks off. And yes, there is an actual reason for this, but it would flat out spoil the end of the movie for everyone.
After that, the story takes a bit of an interesting twist. The history for the movie is that a sorority house with four unbelievably gorgeous females, and their sorority mother who also looks good considering her age (math later). The whole concept is that the sorority, Delta Delta Pie, make, you guessed it, pies. But, not just pies, many other meat and meat-related products, where the question imposed is their main slogan for their sale.
There is much more of a back history that ruins the tale, but simply said, it is the 20th anniversary homecoming for Delta Delta Pie (making the house mother roughly 38-40 years old with an unbelievably well developed rack), and Tobias, a college student who works for the Dean of the college, knows something is up. "Men go in but they don't come out" may sound like a dream considering how gorgeous these girls are, but becomes a harsh reality when the viewer learns that these girls only tempt and tease to lure their unsuspected, moronic jockish prey to their basement, where Marilyn, the sorority mother, skins them alive and turns them into pies.
Oh, was it neglected that the Delta Delta Pie sorority is a cannibalistic group of young veluptuous women? Well, now it's not, and now you know the backdrop to the movie. And while this concept seems rather obscure and silly for a decent horror flick, the film is actually a lot better then one would imagine.
For the most part, the acting is pretty good. It's as if the director went to a college and asked four snobby rich teens if they wanted to get richer seducting men to their slaughter for a film, and the bar "brawl" scene is rather funny when two of the girls fail to get their prey at first due to two prostitutes who think they are moving in on their turf.
Aside some bad acting, including a baseball bat seems only tapped against one of the girls that apparently knocks her out (weak), it suffers from rather low sound quality that, even with the television cranked, is only perfectly audible from a moderately safe distance...unless you got a nice surround sound system, then you're set.
But the film comes to a rather interesting conclusion when Rhonda, a former Delta Delta Pie sister, comes knocking on the door thanks to Tobias. With twists and turns that might be predictable from the start to the horror movie suave, this movie is just a fun ride from start to finish. A decent amount of blood, some good comedic scenes that were obviously meant to be dead serious, and a good amount of nudity without relying on a lot of sex to sell the flick, it is one movie worth checking out if you have the time."
DELTA DELTA PiE!
Cashless | Hells Pit Tacoma Wa | 05/27/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Buy this movie now! It's one of my favorite movies with my favorite actresses Tiffany Shepis who has nude scene but for real it has a good plot, good acting, & good violence a must for any B Horror movie fan, its one of the best."