A cute high schooler Dale has come to baby-sit 7 year old Dustine, whose mother Darlene is in the middle of a divorce and man-hunting. She doesn't leave any opportunity to flirt with Dale, despite knowing he is gay. Dale has a huge crush on Raymond who is the high school wrestling team captain. Dale invites him to this home hoping to seduce him with vodka but is completely snubbed and he leaves. While hanging out with Dustine, his best friend Violet walks in scared. She has accidentally incinerated a truck that rear-ended her car and she ran away assuming that the driver has also burned. After deliberation, the trio decide to go check the crime scene before police finds out. It turns out the guy driving the truck was Raymond, so they decide to bring his body back home to ultimately dispose him off. Once at home, Dale realizes that this will be his only opportunity ever to make love to Raymond and so he does what he has to do while Violet and Dustine become involuntary companions. Ultimately by late night, when they decide to cut his body parts to dispose off his body, he wakes up. It was apparently just a bad bad hangover after drinking too much.
The story and direction is terrible. Acting, to be honest, is not the most terrible thing about this overall bad film. The concept itself is ridiculous. The film was trying to be funny but it was falling flat at every end. The only saving grace was that Dale was twinkishly cute. Darlene as the drunk single mother was super annoying. The makers seem to be making an important statement about obsessive love and the depths people will go for it but unfortunately all this film is disturbing and acts like a sedative. I am glad that film didn't keep stretching.
This could be a bad episode of an animation series, but I really doubt if any sane person can actually find this film entertaining at all. (2/10)