This amazing movie reinvents vampires as a college fraternity; a sort of 'Blood Brother Eternity Fraternity' - and they are looking for new members ... well, one new member, and wouldn't you believe it, the one guy on campus who is not interested.
I won't spoil the plot (not that there's a lot to spoil), but it's worth knowing that the promise held out to Our Hero is not only eternal life, but endless years repeating the college experience. Sounds like hell to me, but what do I know? Highlights of this form of vampiricism include sucking blood from the forearms of drunken females. and unspecified pleasures from the Love That dare Not Speak Its Name; yes, this film shouts Gay Thrills - but never quite has the guts to admit it. Weird.
If you are female, you may relate to the erotic experience of having blood sucked from your forearms. No? Go tell these actresses; they studied at the 'When Harry Met Sally' school of acting.
The first hour of this movie is slowish; visualize 'Animal House', without the jokes. The final quarter hour warms up significantly, but the ending is a little predictable, and over so fast that you can imagine the sequel being plotted in a Frat House near you ....