The Brotherhood

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"Class begins at the Witching hour!"
  • TV-MA
  • 2000
  • 1 hr 25 min
  • 3.6  (1,143)

The Brotherhood is a 2001 drama and thriller that explores the world of college fraternities and their dark secrets. The movie is directed by David DeCoteau and stars Sam Page, Josh Hammond, Bradley Stryker, and Elizabeth Bruderman. The story begins with college freshman Adam Buckley (played by Sam Page) who wants to join a fraternity to fit in and make friends. After attending a party hosted by the famous Delta Phi fraternity, Adam becomes interested in their exclusive brotherhood and decides to pledge.

However, things quickly turn dark as Adam and the other pledges are subjected to cruel hazing rituals that put their safety at risk. The brotherhood's leader, Greg (played by Bradley Stryker), is cruel and sadistic, pushing the pledges to their limits and beyond.

As the hazing rituals become more intense, Adam and his newfound friends begin to question the fraternity's motives and the dangerous behavior of its members. They discover that the Delta Phi brotherhood has a dark past that includes mysterious deaths and disappearances.

Adam and his friends are driven to uncover the truth behind the brotherhood's secrets and stop their dangerous behavior before it's too late. Along the way, they encounter obstacles and resistance from the Delta Phi members who are determined to protect their brotherhood at all costs.

The Brotherhood is a thrilling and intense movie that showcases the dangers of fraternity hazing and the toxic culture that can arise from an exclusive brotherhood. The movie's message is a timely one, as hazing incidents and deaths continue to plague college campuses across the country.

The actors in the movie deliver impressive performances, particularly Sam Page who portrays the protagonist with a sense of vulnerability and determination. The supporting cast, including Josh Hammond and Elizabeth Bruderman, also hold their own and contribute to the overall tension and suspense of the movie.

The movie's direction and cinematography are also noteworthy, as DeCoteau creates a claustrophobic and eerie atmosphere that complements the story's dark tone. The use of shadows and lighting effectively adds to the movie's suspense and terror.

Overall, The Brotherhood is a must-watch for anyone interested in thrillers or college dramas. It's a chilling reminder of the dangers of hazing and the toxic masculinity that can arise from exclusive fraternities. The movie's message is poignant and important, and the story is both thrilling and intense.

The Brotherhood is a 2000 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 25 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.6.

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    1 hr 25 min
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  • IMDB Rating
    3.6  (1,143)