No matter what I may think of a movie afterwards, it's always a real treat getting introduced to films and filmmakers I have never seen or heard of before. I wasn't quite familiar with director Sean Donohue, but after seeing this flick, I became very familiar! The movie starts out in the 80's when someone is picking off college students one by one. But when a sorority initiation goes horribly awry, decades later at the same college and same sorority, someone recommences the killings once again.
As low budget as this movie was, it really did surprise me on several levels! First, let's talk about how big the cast was - There were a lot of characters in this movie, which was great especially when you need a big body count in a slasher movie. The production value was astounding! Locations, costumes, the dialogue (I mean don't get me wrong, some of it was on the cheesy side, but that's to be expected). The crew did a lot to make the 80's look like the 80's, with props and clothing, the look of the film, and as I mentioned, the dialogue! What a throwback! The make up effects and kills were really impressive! Major kudos to the special effects artist Marcus Koch on his work in this movie! The cast had a natural chemistry which was really cool to see. Gore and T & A. You want it, you got it. There's plenty of it in this movie! With a running time of under an hour and a half, and a budget of less than 10k, Sean Donohue, along with the cast and crew, all show that Die Die Delta Pi has a lot to offer up when it comes to a slasher movie!
Die Die Delta Pi Movie Review
by Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"