Fraternity House is a 24 hour look inside fraternity life. Set on the last day of the school year graduating seniors Jake and Evan have one day to figure out how to stay on campus for a fifth year. With the help of 8th year senior and fraternity legend Greg "Fossil" Karanowski they constantly get themselves into more and more trouble. Throughout the day we see a 6am pajama party, strip poker, drinking games, and the most intense pledging ever seen on film.
On their last day of college, seniors Jake (Joel Paul Reisig) and Evan (Justin Isfeld) come to the realization that their days walking around in a drunken stupor and ogling half-naked coeds have ended. Fearing graduation and life in the real world, they hatch a plan to return for a fifth year. They enlist the help of "permanent" student and college legend Fossil (Johnny Lechner), who entrusts his sacred "Ten Commandments" on how to stay in college to Jake and Evan. Between antics from breaking into Professor VanOver's office (Christian Stolte) to kidnapping foreign exchange students, for Jake and Evan, this long day of debauchery is something they will never forget.
The real world is knocking for college seniors Evan (Justin Isfeld, AMERICAN PIE) and Jake (comedian Joel Paul Reisig), but they dont want to answer the door. With graduation just a day away, the two frat ... Full Descriptionboys enlist the help of an eighth-year senior who serves as a different kind of academic advisor and helps them earn a fifth year at their beloved school. FRATERNITY HOUSE takes place in one flash-filled, alcohol-fueled 24-hour period.
Movie Info :
|Directed by||Todd Phillips |
|Produced by||Todd Phillips |
|Music by||J.F. Coleman|
|Editing by||Salamo Levin|
|Release date(s)||21 January 1998 (premiere at Sundance)|
|Running time||60 mins|