Down on his luck Craig loses his job as a mechanic due to corporate downsizing. He's got a hot wife and a baby to support and the bills (along with an eviction noticed taped to the apartment door) are stacked up. Drowning his sorrow in a bar, Craig meets up with old boyhood pal Vince and the two catch up. Soon, the duo are entranced by a wild rich couple in the bar, played by David Koechner and Sara Paxton. The couple are having a blast, celebrating Sara's birthday, and throwing hundred dollar bills around like they're pennies. They're also snorting coke and invite the boyhood buds to enjoy their party. Both Craig and Vince are desperate for cash, and the rich couple love to throw money their way if they complete "challenges" (or "dares") that they make up on the fly. It starts out with stuff like who finishes a shot first or who can get a bar slut to slap them for $500.00. The money, drinks, and drugs flow as the party continues to clubs and finally, the rich couple's digs, where they pit the two boyhood pals against each other in escalating dares for cash. Which one of the guys will sex up sultry Sara Paxton in front of the hubby, so he can jerk off to it? Who will take a dump in the neighbor's living room in retaliation for their unruly dog, that does the same in their yard? Who will CUT OFF THEIR FINGER AND EAT IT?!?! Ahhh, you get the picture! This movie is wickedly perverse and delightfully, heavy but light, watching the broke characters rise to the challenges for the all-mighy dollar as the couple completely gets off on the proceedings. Koechner and Paxton are filthily fun to watch in their roles, and think of the movie as kind of a mix-up of TRUTH OR DARE- A CRITICAL MADNESS meeting up with HOUSE ON THE EDGE OF THE PARK. The cast at large is superb in their performances, the balance of humor and violence is pitch perfect and there's several LAUGH OUT LOUD and LOOK AWAY FROM THE SCREEN moments you won't forget. And what an ending, in the fine traditions of the HOSTEL 2, you won't see it coming if I didn't spoil it for you with that analogy. Seems there's a whole slew of angry new movies coming out inspired by the TRUTH OR DARE franchise and this one is well worth checking out. It delivers!