First-time director Deb Hagan teams up with first-time screenwriters Dan Callahan and Adam Ellison in the gross-out comedy COLLEGE. Kevin (Drake Bell), Carter (Andrew Caldwell), and Morris (Kevin Covais) are three nerdy high school seniors who need some adventure in their life. After Gina (Alona Tal) breaks up with Kevin, the trio decides to have a wild weekend at Fieldmont University, where Kevin and Morris are planning on going to college in the fall--Morris on an academic scholarship. When their preassigned dorm room is not ready for them for reasons best left unsaid, they turn instead to one of the fraternities, where a cousin of Carter's was a member, hoping to be treated as legacies. But the frat, which is on probation and cannot have a new pledge class, takes advantage of the situation by turning Kevin, Carter, and Morris into pre-frosh pledges for the weekend, torturing them in numerous and disgusting ways, some involving pigs, nitrous oxide, bathrooms, and lots of alcohol. The three nerds try to find solace--and possible sex--with Heather (Camille Mana), Kendall (Haley Bennett), and Amy (Nathalie Walker), but the frat brothers have other plans. COLLEGE follows in the footsteps of such higher-learning comedies as HAROLD AND KUMAR GO TO WHITE CASTLE, REVENGE OF THE NERDS, and AMERICAN PIE, where no joke is too lewd, crude, or rude. And then there's Bearcat (Gary Owen), who just about steals the show as the craziest of all the fraternity brothers. The soundtrack features songs by Ben Kweller, Oklahomos, the Transcenders, and Supagroup, who also appear in the movie, playing a wild fraternity party.
Description by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment:
Three high school friends (Drake Bell, Kevin Covais and Andrew Caldwell) visit a local college campus as prospective freshmen anticipating the best weekend of their lives. Once there, the rowdiest fraternity on campus, headed by a womanizing jock (Nick Zano), decides to recruit the boys as "pledges," subjecting them to endless humiliations in return for granting them access to the no-holds-barred college party scene.