“You’re not gay, right?” asked Thor one night after coming home late from a party.
“I’m more…undeclared,” Smith said, his eyes resting on Thor’s lips.
The logline on Netflix states:
“A college student spends his days hanging with his friends and his nights lusting after his straight roommate until a wild party shatters his world.”
The first time Smith sees the mask-faced animal men up close is at a party with Stella, but quickly concludes it's simply the alcohol that's making his vision foggy. Things quickly start to spin out of control after Smith unknowingly consumes an LSD-laced cookie from a stranger. An elfish-looking girl with flaming red hair, who has mysteriously appeared in every single one of Smith’s dreams since he arrived at his dorm, comes out of nowhere and proceeds to vomit on Smith’s shoe. Angered by the situation, Smith runs to the bathroom where he meets a quirky blonde girl named London (Juno Temple), who ironically has a British accent. At this point, Smith is almost unconscious, oblivious to London’s sexual advances. Their encounter in the bathroom is the beginning of their wild pan-sexual relationship, as they later let Thor’s closeted gay friend join in on a threesome.
Meanwhile, Stella is dating a French girl named Lorelei, who turns out to be a witch with psychic powers. Stella brags about her steamy relationship and all the mind-blowing sex she’s having with Loralie, who, being a witch, has special libido enhancing powers. Smith, however, is preoccupied with thoughts of the masked men, who seem to be getting closer to his dorm window every night but disappear at a second glance. He decides to blow off steam at a nude beach where he meets a tan older man who is seduced Smith in the back of his van.
Things get stranger as students start disappearing. Smith’s RA, who they call Messiah, is a stone cold hippie who is usually relaxed until one day he collapses on the ground yelling” “The end-the end is near!” Eventually, the masked men kidnap Smith and Stella and explain that they are part of a secret society called “The new order” and that Smith is the “chosen one.” It’s a mystery who is in the cult and who is not, nobody can be trusted, not even the police, because “They’re part of it, too.”
This film is available on Netflix for you to enjoy.
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