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Watch: Todd Phillips' FRAT HOUSE Documentary NSFW

The Hangover's Todd Phillips has directed movies that involve drunken nights of debauchery and craziness. Before he directed Old School, Road Trip, and produced Project X, Phillips got his start with documentaries. He directed the G.G. Allin documentary Hated, and then helmed Frat House for HBO.

The project was to be part of the network's American Undercover series. The doc debuted at Sundance in 1998, but was shelved after accusations that the events shown were staged. Frat House was co-directed by Andrew Gurland (The Virginity Hit), The movie has been online before, and it is once again available.
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Frat House purports to go deep into the unseen world of rush week and the hazing that involves new recruits. The sizzle part of the doc is when Phillips decides to pledge himself in order to accurately experience and document what rushes undergo in order to join a fraternity.

The full documentary is online, so check it out while you can. Beware it is NSFW.

I lived in a fraternity house the entire time I was in school. Looking back, there are moments that were pretty insane, and others that I will remember with great fondness. Whether it is real or fake, the documentary is worth a watch. Do you think that Frat House is real, or were the events staged?

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