The Brotherhood IV: The Complex (2005) is a horror movie that was more entertaining than the others in its prequel. Director David DeCoteau (Creepozoids (1987), Puppet Master III: Toulon’s Revenge (1991), The Brotherhood (2001), Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama (1988)) did an okay job directing this movie. I give him credit because I will not see this movie again, but it was the best of its series. The movie is not appropriate for younger viewers.
The movie revolves around Lee Hanlon (Sebastian Gacki - The Thaw (2009), Beastly Boyz (2006), Hard Ride to Hell (2010), One Way (2006)) who is a prodigy that is about to attend college. He applied to the college his naval officer father wants him to go to so that he can make dear old dad happy. Lee does not want to be in the navy. He discovers a secret society, The Black Skulls and wants nothing to do with them except… The Port Nathan Naval Academy/college is a prestigious military college that has horrifying secrets that terrifies the individuals that know about them. The college has an abundant number of good looking males that are seen most often in their underwear. Captain Arabella Morrissey (April Telek - Flight 93 (2006), Walking Tall (2004), Amazon Falls (2010), White Noise (2005)) is a seductive pretty female that wants to find out the truth about the secret society. Arabella soon finds out the society actually dates back hundreds of years, and they are demons.
The actors did a good job with their roles. I felt as though some of the scenes were way too long and would have been better if it was shorter. Maybe it was filler for the movie but it brought my movie experience score down. There was not much blood displayed in the movie and that took away from it being branded as a horror movie with a succubus in it. This movie was the best of its series and contained more entertainment. Most series usually go down hill after making many movies in its series but this movie did the opposite.
About The Brotherhood IV: The Complex (2005)
Starring: Brody Harms, Chad Rook, Mark Ferns, Sebastian Gacki, Graham Kosakoski, Andrew Butler, Emrey Wright, Don Broach, Mike Cleven, April Telek, Aleks Holtz, Charlie Marsh, Matts Aasen, Dean Hrycan, Angelique Naude, Brad Schofield, Brett Viberg, Adam Dodds
Director: David DeCoteau