A group of young women, all friends, gather for a formal dinner party. Soon the discussion gets around to their favorite sexual fantasies. Welcome to The Dinner Party. This erotic feast is an orgy for the eyes!
Directed by the wife of 'That Kevin Smith', Jennifer Schwalbach Smith, a feature length documentary looking at the behind the scenes making of 'Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back'.
Jessica and Gus, two apathetic teenagers, drift aimlessly from one day to the next until they meet each other. They make a tenuous and fleeting connection when Gus confides in Jessica about his dark past.
Sailors in repose on an island paradise seemingly have no worries of war or danger — until a playful gesture is interpreted as an act of wilful aggression. Soon, the innocent act of slight slapping becomes a relentless and unforgiving orgy of open-palmed face-smacking.
Three friends are asked to be bridesmaids at a wedding of a woman they used to ridicule back in high school.
An adopted Ohio high school senior discovers he is the inherited heir to a porn empire. Dropped into a bitter power struggle, his new flock of beautiful co-workers come to his aid.
A groomsman must navigate a slew of disasters to maintain order at his best friend's wedding reception.
Sam and Maggie are on their merry way to a costume party, and Sam is wearing a Rooster costume. They run out of gas on the way and Sam hikes off looking for a gas station.
Ninja Bachelor Party is a 1991 low-budget comedy film produced by and starring Bill Hicks, Kevin Booth, and David Johndrow. It is a parody of martial arts movies and was intentionally dubbed improperly. It was filmed throughout Austin, Texas and Houston, Texas over the course of ten years due to the producers not taking the project seriously.
In rural Westphalia, Franz Berger struggles to keep his inn open. On this day, a bluff, overbearing bully, Hermann Walzer, has booked the dining room for a wedding banquet for his son Mark. There's bad blood between Berger and Walzer, so when the first course, shrimp cocktail, is off, Hermann storms out with the wedding party vowing not to pay. Franz locks the loo door, taking prisoners of the bride and Hermann's wife while he also locks the estate's outer gates, leaving Hermann and the rest outside. Walzer, a pheasant hunter, lays siege; shotguns, rifles, grenades, a shovel, and other weapons leave no one safe. Will it take death to bring these men to their senses?
For three college guys, it’s senior year and the co-ed experience has left them high and dry. Their solution: A road trip to Mardi Gras, where beautiful babes are happy to lift their shirts and open containers are always welcome. But after dressing in drag, breaking into Carmen Electra’s hotel room, starring in a scandalous sex show and accidentally exploding a feces bomb in a swank hotel lobby, will the Mardi Gras magic kick in and their wildest fantasies come true?
Amin is a young journalist who goes to jail because of something that he wrote, his friends want to free him, but they can't so they decided to make money by throwing parties at his sister's house, but everything gets worse.
At popular South Beach University, filthy rich super-snob Victoria English is the absolute queen of leading Greek student club, Sigma Sigma. In order to achieve her crowning ambition, winning FHM Magazine's annual best sorority, she must recruit atypical 'Sigmies' to fulfill the diversity criteria. Ambitious sycophant pledge Kristen Haas helps her attract 'losers' (too poor, ugly, unfashionable), who are cruelly put through excruciating hazing, without intent to actually enroll them. Gloria, the brightest and most assertive pledge, wins the heart of Derek 'baby Dick', Victoria's ideal, yet constantly abused boyfriend, whose bitch-addiction is cured by this alternative lover. Together they lead the revolt of the not-even-nerds.
When Todd Anderson signs a $30 million deal with his hometown team, the New Jersey Nets, he knows that his life is set for a big change. To keep things real, he decides to throw a barbeque at his place -- just like the ones his family used to have. But when you have new and old friends, family, agents, and product reps in the same house, things are bound to get crazy.
On their last day of high school, Linda, Tracy and Chris celebrate by having a slumber party at Linda's house. A few boys drop by and the beer flows like wine. Just good, clean, fun-loving kids. But the girls have another visitor, one they don't yet know about. Hiding in the house is a homicidal maniac who has just escaped from a mental hospital. Armed with a scalpel, the nut slashes a little here, a little there as he sneaks from room to room. One by one the guests start disappearing. What evil lurks there? What nightmare world have they entered? The plot is twisted inside out leaving you stunned and clinging to your chair as you witness shock after horrifying shock. The ending will leave you breathless. And now, the blood flows like wine. Features a heavy metal rock sound track by FIRSTRYKE.
A fun day at the beach. While Mickey, Horace, and Clarabelle go swimming, or try to, Minnie lays out a picnic. Pluto discovers why you shouldn't chase a crab. Everyone digs in to lunch. Mickey throws Pluto a string of sausages; he dives after them, and comes up with an angry octopus instead, who crashes into the picnic. Everyone fights the octopus, and Mickey finally manages to send it out to sea by throwing an anchor like a lasso.
Troubled teenagers, ineffectual parents, and a climactic tragedy.
In Stephen Tobolowsky’s Birthday Party film-makers Robert Brinkmann and Andrew Putschoegl follow Stephen on his birthday and document a performance he gives for the cameras and a group of friends, during which he tells stories about his experiences in Hollywood. Instead of his regular role as a supporting actor, Stephen takes the stage in Birthday Party and shows that he has the charisma to hold the audience’s attention without the help of a script.
On a secretive outing to a bizarre strip club, Tom Kingsford, (Tom Sizemore) is unaware that his life is about to take a dramatic turn. Club owner and real estate mogul, William O'Toole (Ryan O'Neal) is a sadistic voyeur whose desire for fear and torture is put to the test as the night's dirty deeds return to haunt him. Things quickly turn dark when, what seems like an innocent shortcut through a haunted cemetery is actually a set up, and the group is placed in the middle of an existing crime scene.
Reality TV show "I Am Filial" has taken Singapore by storm with its $1-million prize money for the most filial contestant. The TV show is the brainchild of producer and host, Millionaire Liu. The three finalists are Woo Yishuang, Yoona Zhuang and Peh Ah Beng, each with very different backgrounds and agenda for participating in the show. How much is filial piety worth? Can money buy filial piety?
Tivoli Party Time was an Australian television variety series which aired on Melbourne station HSV-7 from July 1957 to October 1957. It represents an early example of Australian-produced television content. Information is difficult to find for the half-hour series, except that it aired live and featured acts who performed at the now-defunct Tivoli Theatre in Melbourne. It was actually the rise of television variety series like Tivoli Party Time that is credited with the demise of the Tivoli circuit. The 8 September 1957 episode featured Spanish dancers Christine and Moll, and Filipino singer Bobby Gonzales as guests. Although the series was short-lived, variety series as a whole would become a major part of Australian television during late-1950s and 1960s. Although kinescope recording existed during the run of the series, it is not known if any of the episodes were recorded using the technology.
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.
Town Hall Party was an American country music radio and television show broadcast over KXLA-AM, Pasadena, California, KFI-AM, Los Angeles, California, and KTTV-TV. The first radio broadcast was in the autumn of 1951. Promoter William B. Wagnon, Jr., had been booking such acts as Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys in ballrooms between Bakersfield and Sacramento for several years when he decided to extend his operations to Los Angeles. Bert "Foreman" Phillips had been promoting country and Western barn dance programs at the old Town Hall building, situated at 400 South Long Beach Boulevard in Compton, near Long Beach. Wagnon acquired Phillips' lease and commenced promoting a combined dance-and-show, featuring any and all country & western recording artists working in the area and available on Saturday nights. An estimated 3,000 patrons could be accommodated in the Town Hall Ballroom. Wagnon instructed the performers to play only music which could be danced to, and to keep individual songs short and plentiful, in order to satisfy everyone's tastes.