Opening: “Sorority Row,” “Whiteout,” Tyler Perry

by | September 11, 2009 at 3:47 PM | The Movies

Opening in theaters everywhere today, following the Wedensday release of the dark animated thriller 9, are three films with scary themes of their own. Sorority Row, of course, features a murder spree against a coven of selfish college girls, and Whiteout is a murder mystery unfolding in the unforgiving frozen wasteland of the South Pole. Then there’s Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself, which features the cantankerous Madea, who can be scarier than anything a horror movie can conjure up.

Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself
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Tyler Perry returns as Madea, and this time she’s involved with a self-absorbed woman (Taraji P. Henson) trying to hit it big as a singer who finds herself saddled with taking care of her late sister’s three troubled children.

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Kate Beckinsale is a US Marshall stationed in Antarctica on the trail of a killer she must find before the sun sets for six months on the frozen wasteland continent.

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Sorority Row
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Briana Evigan, Rumer Willis, Leah Pipes, Audrina Patridge, Jamie Chung and Margo Harshman are sorority sisters at Carrie Fisher’s Theta Pi house, and after a prank goes fatally wrong and it gets selfishly covered up, murder is on the menu.