Do You Like My Basement? is a dark, comic horror film with a unique voyeuristic approach to fear and a subtle commentary on actors and filmmakers. The story begins with a cameraman entering a home, he introduces himself as: "Stanley Farmer - a filmmaker." It immediately becomes obvious that he is an intruder and after the clinical disposal of the owners, Stanley transforms the apartment, particularly it's dank basement, into a homemade studio and places several hidden cameras around the space. Soon Chad, a cheerful actor, arrives at the house for a casting session and is surprised when Stanley films everything he does. When questioned about his approach, Stanley explains he is attempting to: "achieve a sense of unequaled realism." It's only when we are midway through the first of his auditions that we realize what a truly original film this will be. Stanley creates a spontaneous, dark, comic, narrative, spun from the auditions of innocent actors who arrive at his apartment and agree to play along with his homemade horror project. We are sucked into his film-within-a-film as we bear witness to the actors' candid interviews that evolve into terrifying basement auditions. The unfortunate timing of innocent callers heightens the tension as Stanley juggles the devilish drama in the basement with home improvements and nosy neighbors, all while still wielding his camera to create an improvised cinematic masterpiece.