That is basically the sum total of events that make up what only qualifies as a plot in an academic sense, which is probably why the most interesting about this movie isn’t a part of the movie at all. Instead, it’s the film’s Official Website, the hilariously inaccurately named BestSororityMovie.com:
Which was updated as recently as 2007.
In addition to the fetching bright-yellow-with-multicolor-Comic-Sans main page, the website also includes a font of information on the movie’s characters…
…but the best part is the glimpse into pure, unadulterated madness that comes from seeing the loglines of Warn’s other unproduced features. There are a handful of them, and you’ll be happy to know that you can have your own Keith Warn original in about two months should you be so inclined, but the standouts are the Ibex Saga, four sexy action pictures involving “Mark Breckman and his four foxy women” who are sent to destabilize the Middle East in the name of American prosperity.
I can only assume this is accomplished via spanking.
|Chris Sims is a freelance comedy writer from South Carolina. He briefly attended USC before he dropped out to spend more time with Grand Theft Auto, and his career subsequently took the path that you might expect from someone who makes that sort of decision. He blogs at http://www.the-isb.com and creates comics at http://www.actionagecomics.com.|