It’s been a long time coming, but the wait is finally over. Total Frat Movie is officially out for the world to see. The movie opens in select theaters, but if you’re one of the unfortunate souls who isn’t near one of those theaters, you can grab your copy on iTunes and watch it now.
Total Frat Movie begins with freshman Charlie Martin (Justin Deeley) as he is initiated as the newest member of Alpha Chi Gamma. The fun is quickly terminated when the Kappas, their rival, secretly sabotage their celebratory fireworks and burn the Alpha house to the ground. Dean Kravitz (Tom Green) disciplines them by revoking their chapter, and just like that, Charlie’s dream of following in his late father’s footsteps, one of Alpha’s most legendary members, goes up in smoke. Three years later, Charlie discovers a loophole in the college’s Greek Life guidelines, so the Dean agrees to reinstate the Alphas under one condition: Get 15 members by the end of rush week. One problem: Rush week starts in 24 hours.
The movie is produced by Bob Wertheimer and directed by Warren P. Sonoda (Trailer Park Boys, Swearnet: The Movie). Gravitas Ventures secured U.S. rights from Digerati Films. The screenplay was written by Stephen Fromkin and Sacha Pavlovic, who threw in a bunch of nods to our site.
Here is the list of theaters where it can be seen:
Once again, if you’re not on that list, then you can get your copy on iTunes here. Take a look at the trailer while it downloads.