Homo horror soars to new heights in this take about two working class gay guys determined to make the proud and privileged suffer. Nathan and Justin are bound together by their love of extreme cinema; if a movie has a slasher, a vigilante, a serial killer, or a zombie, odds are good that they've seen it and loved it. Frustrated students at an obscure New Haven university, their attempt to teach an egotistical classmate a lesson by raping him goes terribly awry when, in the course of the drug-fueled incident, their victim suddenly dies. But now that they've killed together, Nathan and Justin's bond has become even stronger. Still high off the thrill of the kill, they take a trip to an Ivy bar in search of a straight Ivy undergrad that they can get drunk, lure home, and photograph having gay sex. With that kind of graphic evidence, they're sure to make a fortune by blackmailing their mark. Later, at the bar, Nathan and Justin meet a group of four Ivies who brag that they've recently been selected to join the notorious Skull and Bones society, a discerning Ivy organization that has turned out some of the world's most powerful leaders. When the gloating preppies insult Nathan and Justin in front of the entire bar, the enraged duo hatch their most ambitious plan to date: they'll kidnap the self-important Ivies one by one, and teach them all the true meaning of humility.