"The Smokers," as they're known (because, you know, they smoke), wear goofy masks as they lure guys to corn-filled barns (no, really), humiliating them before cutting them loose to bask over the pathetic event. There's not much rime or reason for the "rapes" -- only a thin issue involving Betty (Busy Philipps) and a few one-night stands -- which makes the whole affair a bit difficult to relate to. In fact, the Smokers are pretty much downright evil, and their actions are hardly inspiring or even remotely justified.
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