A cross between Buffy the Vampire Slayer (the television series) and a Calvin Klein underwear ad, David DeCoteau's The Brotherhood tells the story of a group of young, attractive vampires who reside in California. The secret sect of blood suckers must find someone pure from the nearby college campus to sacrifice. The cast includes DeCoteau regulars Michael Lutz, Forrest Cochran, Bradley Stryker, and Donnie Eichar, all of whom would go on to appear in the director's Scream knock-off Final Stab. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
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You have to rent this movie for the right reasons. Like probably all DeCoteau movies, the plot is an excuse to show hot, muscle-bound men in their 20s, getting involved in homoerotic situations while in their shorts or underwear much of the time. The two leads, Bradley Stryker and Nathan Watkins=Sam Page, 23 and 24 respectively at the time of filming, are prime physical specimens. This is not a bloody movie; there is one off-screen death, and the "fraternity" members drink blood from voluntary "victims" who do not die in the process. While one shouldn't expect cutting-edge special effects or Oscar-worthy performances in a movie like this, the plot moves along well, and the acting is really decent (both Stryker and Watkins have had acting careers after this movie). It's not quite as hot to watch as "Dante's Cove," but if you like this sort of thing, you'll enjoy this movie. If you're a straight male or lesbian, you should probably pass.
This movie is AWESOME! I don't remember if they were witches or vampires, but it really didn't matter. Acting wasn't good, plot....um, no. It's a nice break from heavy dramas and coming out stories. The story rolls along about as smoothly as a cobblestone road with tons of potholes. But hey, it's a fun ride.