Kitty and Stud are lovers. They enjoy a robust sex-life, which includes fellatio and light S&M, specifically, Stud belt-whipping Kitty. Three women come over for a party and Stud services them, one after the other.
Inspired by the novel Vercoquin and the Plankton by Boris Vian, this short but impressionable film is a hazy jumble of bodies, shapes and forms. Starting with simple drinking and chatting, the party seems like any other gathering, but as more guests arrive the party descends into chaotic drunkenness and sex.
In the summer of 1991 the war broke out in Croatia. In a holiday house in Fruška Gora hills in Serbia, near the border with Croatia, a group of young people are having a birthday party. They try to have some fun and act like nothing is going on. The party is shattered by the war. They can hear the artillery, but something is also happening between them. Inevitably, some of the boys end up on the frontline and everyone of them is effected by the war that is starting to rage. "The Party" is about individual destinies of the characters trapped in isolated house in hills and surrounded by growing paranoia of the officially not yet declared war.
Although Mary has little income, she still finds ways to spend her nights at clubs. After being arrested for throwing an illegal rave, she asks her aunt Judy for bail money. Judy then finds Mary a job at her library so that Mary can repay her. Initially, Mary finds the job as a clerk boring and stifling, and prefers to get to know a street food vendor whom she likes. However, Mary must refocus her life once she loses her job and apartment.
A cinematic comment for the young, superficial intellectuals parties in Oslo in the 1990s.
From National Lampoon, the masters of raunchy comedy, comes a summer tale of beers, babes, and bros! In the surf town of Ventura, California, JD's surf board is stolen by a surfer from Los Angeles...a crime that cannot go unpunished. Gathering his friends and the local surf hero, Mike Mooney, they take a road trip to LA to get the surfboard back, then return to Ventura for the wildest summer party ever!
Hip Hop duo Kid & Play return in the second follow-up to their 1990 screen debut House Party. Kid (Christopher "Kid" Reid) is taking the plunge and marrying his girlfriend Veda (Angela Means), while his friend Play (Christopher Martin) is dipping his toes into the music business, managing a roughneck female rap act called Sex as a Weapon. Play books the ladies for a concert with heavy-hitting pr
Finally, graduated and off to Croatia. It's supposed to be the "party of their lives." But for Julia and her friends their graduation trip turns into a horror trip, from which not everyone will return.
Van Wilder has been attending college for far too many years and is scared to graduate, but Van’s father eventually realizes what is going on. When he stops paying his son's tuition fees, Van must come up with the money if he wants to stay in college, so he and his friends come up with a great fund-raising idea – throwing parties. However, when the college magazine finds out and reporter, Gwen is sent to do a story on Van Wilder, things get a little complicated.
Kid'N'Play leave their neighborhood and enter the world of adulthood and higher education. Play attempts to get rich quick in the music business while Kid faces the challenges of college.
Beverly Moss invites her new neighbours, Angela and Tony, over for drinks. She has also asked her divorced neighbour Susan, whose fifteen-year-old daughter Abigail is holding a party back in their house. Beverly's husband Laurence comes home late from work, just before the guests arrive. The gathering starts off in a stiff, insensitive, British-middle-class way as the virtual strangers tentatively gather, until Beverly and Laurence start sniping at each other. As Beverly serves more drinks and the alcohol takes effect, Beverly flirts more and more overtly with Tony, as Laurence sits impotently by.
Remember the beach movies of the sixties? They're back! Well, not quite, but since Avalon, Hickman, and even Funicello appear in this one, it sure feels right. This time, though, read snow instead of sand and you got it. Ski lodge, to be precise, and though the plot is somewhat inane, with the boys cross-dressing to discover the secret of a friend's success with the girls, it's still a somewhat fun outing.
Four creative and sexually confused high school seniors are forced to deal with their sense of isolation while attending a booze-soaked party in New York City.
Krishna is a happy-go-lucky first year engineering student with not a care in life. He falls in love with his senior Meera who’s a do-gooder and urges him to tap into the unseen side of him. But what happens when an unforeseen incident brings a change in him that even she couldn’t predict?
Courtney, the sister of a survivor from the 1st movie and the members of her rock band go to a condo for the weekend to play music and have fun with their boyfriends. Courtney's dreams are of her sister, who is in a mental institution, warning her of having sex, and the dreams begin to spill into real life, threatening Courtney and her friends as they begin experiencing an attrition problem.
Kenny is obsessed with vampires, so much so that he joins the ranks of the 'Vampire Knights' a fan club for a late-night TV program hosted by Sir Peterson and proudly shells out for a 'Vampire Knights' medallion. Kenny takes this all so seriously much to the amusement of his flatmates Bobbie and Tom who he constantly tries to enlist. But Kenny's obsession may just have it's uses;'while at a party three strangers appear, Tasar, Zane and Ellissa, drawn to the 'Vampire Knights' medallion, the girls follow the boys home for a private party of their own.
Angélique is a 60-year-old bar hostess. She still likes to party, she still likes men. At night, she makes them drink, in a cabaret by the French-German border. As time goes by, clients become rare. But Michel, her regular client, is still in love with her. One day, he asks Angélique to marry him.
Local beach-goers find that their beach has been taken over by a businessman training a stable of body builders.
Spoof of 1960's Beach Party/Gidget surfing movies mixed with slasher horror films. A not-so-innocent girl in 1960's Malibu becomes the first girl surfer at Malibu Beach, only she suffers from dissociative identity disorder and occasionally her alter ego, a sexually aggressive, foul-speaking girl, comes out. During her "episodes" several beach goers are found murdered.
Two reporters from the adult section of the local paper are on the edge of losing their jobs and the only way out is to take an overseas assignment in Japan to explore the craziest and most kinky sex shops of Japan’s capital: Kabukicho. To push the competition, their publisher sends in a reporter posing as an aspiring actor who has to land himself a gig in a softcore Japanese adult video. There he meets the woman of his dreams, a young Japanese starlet about to enter the AV business……
Cartoon Party is a Canadian children's television series which aired on CBC Television from 1959 to 1962.
Street Party was a music video program on MTV that aired Friday nights between the years 1989 and 1992. A companion show to Club MTV, Street Party aired dance videos. Unlike other genre shows like Headbangers Ball and 120 Minutes, Street Party was more of a video block that's length changed each week from 2 to 4 to even once 24 hours. VJ segments are reported to have been taped on the Club MTV set. In 1992, MTV lost interest in dance music and cancelled both Club MTV and Street Party, as well as removing dance videos from general rotation both on MTV and VH1.
House Party is an American radio daytime variety/talk show that aired on CBS Radio and on ABC Radio from January 15, 1945 to October 13, 1967. It had an equally long run on CBS television as Art Linkletter's House Party and, in its final season, The Linkletter Show, airing from September 1, 1952 to September 5, 1969. The series was launched when producer John Guedel learned that an ad agency wanted to do a new daytime audience participation show, and he pitched a series that would star Art Linkletter. Asked to provide an outline, Guedel and Linkletter came up with a format that would give Linkletter great freedom and allow for spontaneity.
Jazz Party, also known as Art Ford's Jazz Party, was a TV series featuring jazz musicians on WNTA-TV in New York City, and which aired on Thursdays at 9pm ET from May 8, 1958 to December 25, 1958. The 90-minute shows, hosted by Art Ford, were distributed by the DuMont Television Network. The shows were also aired on Armed Forces Television. All episodes were filmed in a New Jersey studio, except for the final episode, which was recorded August 11, 1958 in New Orleans, and aired on December 25. Performers who appeared on the series included Billie Holiday, Coleman Hawkins, Buster Bailey, Vinnie Burke, Roy Eldridge, Abbey Lincoln, J. C. Higginbotham, Les Paul, Dick Hyman, Anita O'Day, Mary Osborne, Teddy Charles, Harry Sheppard, Maxine Sullivan, Alec Templeton, and many others.
Party Pilipinas is a Sunday Philippine music variety show broadcast by GMA Network. The show premiered on 28 March 2010, replacing the defunct SOP Fully Charged. It also broadcasts worldwide through GMA Pinoy TV. Each week, two teams alternate to give the audience a variety in theme and concepts. Director Mark A. Reyes, Margie Morrero and Miggy Tanchanco leads A-Team's group while Director Rico Gutierrez, Georgy Sibal, Shakira Villa-Symes and Joe Abuda of ADDLIB along with DJ Funk Avy, DJ X-Factor and Manila's ultimate fashion design team are Team B's creative group. Each team also has different producers, writers and technical crew. The original writers who are also the creator of the show are Faith Monreal, Jaypee Miguel and Real Florido. The creative team was headed by Rey Agapay, who also became the head writer for both teams when it was divided into two. The writers of Team B are Haydee Belen, Stann Go, Florence Rosini and Mike Rivera. A lineup of the country's best musical directors alternate every week - Raul Mitra, Tats Faustino, Mark Lopez, and Mon Faustino. The show ended on May 19, 2013. Encore episodes were aired once again for four weeks until June 16, 2013, when the new Sunday musical game variety show of GMA Network will air entitled SAS with most of the cast of Party Pilipinas. Ogie Alcasid was indeed part of the new show.
House Party was a Canadian talk show television series which aired on CBC Television from 1954 to 1955.
TV Party was a public-access television cable TV show in New York City that ran from 1978 to 1982. Glenn O'Brien was the host. Chris Stein, the co-founder of the pop band Blondie, was the co-host and Walter "Doc" Steding was the leader of the TV Party orchestra. Amos Poe was the director. Guests included Mick Jones, David Byrne, Debbie Harry, James Chance and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Brink Films has re-released some of the best of the 80 plus episodes on DVD, as well as a documentary about the TV show.
Saturday Party was an Australian television variety series which aired on Melbourne station ABV-2 in 1959, running from February to August. The series aired in a 45-minute time-slot. Compered by Bob Cornish and often a co-host such as Jocelyn Terry or Corinne Kerby, regulars included the Mamie Reid Ensemble. People who made guest appearances during the run of the series included pianist John Doyle, singer Pat Grierson, singer Ken Brown, singer Judy Banks, singer Frankie Davidson, singer Heather Horwood, the Victorian Trumpet Trio, comedian Lloyd Cunnington, accordion player Alan Paul, soprano Joy Mammen, comedy duo Wilson and Carr, accordion player Lorraine Bransgrove, singer Joy Grisold, singer Graeme Bent, baritone Bill Tichner, singer Lee de Coney, dancers Max Bond and Norma Connolly, magician Rids can der Zee, singer Eunice McGowan, singer Max Blake, Don Snibert, acrobatic team Duo Sylvanos, singer Joan Clarke, singer Irene Hewitt, magician Caffarl, and rope spinner Tex Granville.
Party Zone was MTV Europe's longest-running show, born not only when MTV Europe started but also when club culture was at its embryonic stage. Partyzone played a mix of new and old tracks from many different genres of dance music, including garage, house, techno, electronic, trance and drum and bass. It can be seen every Friday and Saturday night on the various European local MTV versions, alongside the original MTV European, which still goes out to European countries that don't have a local MTV. From 1987 - 2000, Party Zone was produced and programmed by James Hyman. Between 1987 and 1990, Party Zone was hosted by some of MTV Europe's original VJs including Kristiane Backer. From 1991 to late 1998, it was hosted by Simone Angel, who quickly became the "face" of dance music on the channel, interviewing the most groundbreaking electronic acts and promoting videos by then still relatively unknown acts, such as The Prodigy in the early '90s. Party Zone featured many rare interviews over the years, including one with Aphex Twin, The Future Sound of London, Ken Ishii. Even after Simone Angel left MTV Europe in December 1998, the Party Zone continued to air as a weekly non-stop dance music mix on MTV Europe and on the then newly created local versions.
From the producers of Jersey Shore comes the most outrageous Party Down South. Follow eight young, brazen adults for one wild summer of extreme fun. Their summer vacation spot, Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, may never be the same after these fast friends work, party and bond with one another over their common love of the South.
The Arthur Murray Party is an American television variety show which ran from July 1950 until September 1960. The show was hosted by famous dancers Arthur and Kathryn Murray, and was basically one long advertisement for their chain of dance studios. Each week the couple performed a mystery dance, and the viewer who correctly identified the dance would receive two free lessons at a local studio. The Arthur Murray Party is notable for being one of the few TV series—the others were Down You Go; The Ernie Kovacs Show; Pantomime Quiz; Tom Corbett, Space Cadet; and The Original Amateur Hour—broadcast on all four major commercial networks in the 1950s during the Golden Age of Television. It may, in fact, be the only series which had a run on all four networks at least twice.
A late-night half-hour sketch comedy series skewering everything from pop culture to politics.