"Wild Things" is a 1998 neo-noir thriller directed by John McNaughton and starring Matt Dillon, Neve Campbell, Denise Richards, Kevin Bacon, and Theresa Russell. The movie tells the story of a high school guidance counselor, Sam Lombardo (Matt Dillon), who is accused of rape by two of his female students, Suzie (Neve Campbell) and Kelly (Denise Richards), after they seduce him during a night of partying.
As the case unfolds, it becomes clear that things are not what they seem, and the plot takes several twists and turns. The film is known for its complex and convoluted plot, as well as its explicit sexual content and violence.
"Wild Things" was a commercial success and spawned several sequels, but was also controversial for its portrayal of bisexuality and its graphic sexual content. Despite the controversy, the movie has become a cult classic and is regarded as one of the most iconic movies of the 1990s thriller genre.