Med student Lewis Moffitt harbours a secret fear of the dark stemming from a traumatic childhood incident involving a corpse. Nonetheless, he pretends to be unaffected during the first autopsy witnessed by his class, and generally affects an attitude of fearlessness. This, however, inspires his would-be frat brothers to conceive a particularly morbid initiation ritual -- one which will, inevitably, go horribly awry. Written by
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In the dance scene, the band members' movements have nothing to do with the music played. While saxophones can be heard, the sax players are shown with their instruments on their knees. Later, there is a tune featuring a trumpet, but there isn't even a trumpet in the band. See more