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The Brotherhood/Brotherhood II (2000)

Cast: Forrest Cochran, Forrest Cochran, Michael Lutz, more...
Director: David DeCoteau, David DeCoteau
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: DEJ Productions
Genre: Action, Horror, Vampires
Running Time: 85 min.

This title is currently out of print.

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, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Queer as Folk meets The Skulls... by Emomovieluver March 11, 2003 - 10:45 AM PST
2 out of 2 members found this review helpful
At first glance, "The B-Hood" is an lame attempt at a horror franchise along the lines of "Scream", "I Know...", "Final Dest.", etc... (you get the picture!) done as softcore homo-erotica and populated by supposed hot young talent. There's the rock-star dressing guys of the hip and popular Alpha Mega BonJovi college frat., the studly jock in tight red shorts and the badly dressed, mouthy geek. Stick them all together in a semi-vampire-ish, "join the cult or die" plotline with wardrobe by Fruit of the Loom, throw in a dash of overly long scenes of unnecessary character development and sterotypical character backstory and you have "The B-Hood". Director David DeCoteau's (who cut his teeth with the likes of Roger Corman at New Concorde and Charles Band at Empire and Full Moon) allows his scenes to get overly lengthly and be just plain dull and boring in what appears to be a made-for-tv feature.

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