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Brotherhood VI: Initiation

2.8 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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As the sun sets, the terror begins… When a group of sexy, young pledges arrive at a secluded cabin for their initiation into the Gamma Kappa fraternity, they’re met by a blood-thirsty lumberjack, who won’t stop until every one of them is dead.

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Audio commentary with David DeCoteau

Product Details

  • Actors: Aaron Jaeger, Tyson Breech, Bryan McMullin, Sasha Formoso, Burke Carter
  • Directors: David DeCoteau
  • Writers: D.N. Grove
  • Producers: David DeCoteau, Paul Colichman, Stephen P. Jarchow
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
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  • Studio: E1 Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: June 29, 2010
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003BWQDIC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #139,195 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Brotherhood VI: Initiation" on IMDb

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By P. jeffrey on June 30, 2010
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First let me say that I am a big David DeCoteau fan. I have enjoyed that mix of the homoerotic and horror film that he does so well. I was so disappointed in this movie. While the photography was great and the location was great, and the story was great for a horror film, it failed. The plot was not freshed out enough, the back story was lost , two of the hottest guys were never undressed. The most disappointing was that the erotic was missing from the whole film. I know it was made in 4 days and on a limited budget, but his otherl low budgets are better. Not worth buying. But I am still a fan
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David Decoteau remains one of independent cinemas better kept secrets. Yeah, there is a cult following but considering what a talented film maker he actually is, I think it is a shame that he is not more widely known. He has made all sorts of interesting independent films from things like PUPPET MASTER sequals to the amazing LEATHER JACKET LOVE STORY but he really seemed to come to the height of his creative powers when he formed his own Rapid Heart Pictures and began producing quality thrillers like THE FRIGHTENING and THE BROTHERHOOD and the unforgetable grindhouse style BEASTLY BOYS. In the past few years however, Decoteau has developed a relationship with HereTV! and the quality of the films produced for them has dropped a bit. The movies are no longer shot on film and while they DO often have gorgeous shots in them, they sometimes have that shot on video sort of look abou them. Several of them have also had rather sloppy mistakes that never occured during the height of the genuine Rapid Heart era.

The BROTHERHOOD series stayed very strong through part 4 but when BROTHERHOOD 5: ALUMNI was released . . . clearly something went wrong. I'm glad to say that part 6 (and no Dave, we DON'T need a part 7 - this has run its course) is a big improvment over part 5 but still it dosen't really have the secret society type element that is entirely necessary for a BROTHERHOOD film. This one is actually a decent FRIDAY THE 13th style slasher flick that owes more to FINAL STAB than it does the BROTHERHOOD. It's about a killer lumberjack and it is certainly better than the last killer lumberjack film I saw, THE LEGEND OF BLOODY JACK (which was produced by the very hit or miss Asylum).
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David Decoteau is known for his bizarre low budget films for quite sometime now. I've seen most and this one is one of the best. At least it's got a lot of fine boys running around in there underwear while they get eliminated one after the other so don't expect a great film at all. This is just for fun!!!!!
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Gamma Kappa fraternity has gotten into the bad graces of Whitman College and has to conduct pledge initiation activities at the frat's hacienda in the California countryside.

Pledgemaster Morris (Tyson Breech) and sophomore frat member Shane (Bryan McMullin) watch over the six pledges nearing initiation - Andy (Austen Jesse), Kevin (Aaron Jaeger), Garrett (Dominick Monteleone), Boyd (Burke Carter), Eddie (Jeremy Ray Simpson) and Doug (James Preston). The commentary track said three of the actors playing pledges were Abercrombie & Fitch models. Quite a pledge class!

The pledges strip for a paddling and to find tokens outside that will allow the finders to sleep indoors. The two frat members discuss a pledge who disappeared at the hacienda three years ago. Flash to a masked guy with an ax, and watch the bodies pile up. There is a twist or two toward the end.

As other reviewers have counted, all of the male characters but two have material skin scenes. One of the two does have a shirtless photo credit early on, and the other actor may be found on the internet. There are neither sex nor overtly romantic scenes, although Morris gives it a nominal try.

As frequently happens in slasher films, many of the pledge characters have little dialogue and are killed off relatively early. Four characters do most of the talking. Character development is not a big component of this film.

The story is reasonably good most of the way, as is the photography. There are some traditional DeCoteau indulgences, as when the shirtless pledges have to stand in a line and get sprayed from a hose. The explanation of the next-to-final twist beggars belief. I thought Bryan McMullin (Shane) and Dominick Montelone (Garrett) were the best actors.
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David Decoteau's "Brotherhood" venture has finally worn out its welcome. The minimalistic clothing is not even titillating while the execution of the plot is threadbare. Forced into having their initiation in a remote place due to some past misbehaving, a group of frat wannabees and their pledgemasters unknowingly find themselves at the mercy of a crazed axe swinging hellbent individual who acts like a drunken Jason reject. The movie is disjointed at times, who gets offed makes no sense (especially when the uninvited singular female is involved), and the explanation for it all at the end is suddenly "cut short". There is the usual Decoteau eye candy and homoerotic hinting but it doesn't even stand up to the "young hunks" and gay story lines of present day soap operas. Basically, it's a waste of good flesh and the viewer's time. The characters seem to invite their own end by moving into a danger zone like a moth to a flame. Instead of banding together (all in their underwear, though some don't ever seem to change theirs), they break the cardinal rule of would-be victims - they SEPARATE! The best effort in this film was the music which sounded like a Bernard Herrmann ripoff at times (probably deliberate). Overall, this picture is Eroticus Interruptus.
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