On a class excursion to a cave with stone age paintings the clumsy Rex gets lost. A mysterious crystal opens a gateway in time and sets him back to the stone ages, where he meets a group of... See full summary »
The only thing keeping Billy Batson from the girl of his dreams is one little condom -- or rather the lack of one. Lucky Billy finds one at an all-night roadhouse -- but speeding back to ... See full summary »
A typical 80's teen pseudo-sex comedy. A group of varied misfits (including a former prostitute/stripper and a bumbler who can't see more than 6 inches in front of his face) enter a school ... See full summary »
A teen and his friends get into trouble for vandalizing the Hollywood sign, and rather than going to prison he opts to work for his uncle's hot tub repair company. The sleazy salesman drums... See full summary »
A troubled teenager wants no one coming between her and her stepfather--which, unknown to him, is why she murdered her mother. Now "dad" has a new girlfriend, who has no idea how much trouble she will soon be in.
John Phillip Law,
Remake of the 1960 movie of the same name has four college coeds; virginal Jennie, outgoing Carole, wealthy and spoiled Southern belle Sandra, and horny Laurie traveling to Fort Lauderdale ... See full summary »
Scrappy, willful, and fiercely self-reliant spitfire hoyden automobile mechanic Tomasina 'Tommy' Boyd develops a huge crush on cocky race car driving dreamboat hunk Randy Starr after ... See full summary »
Teenager Leslie Hindenberg, mistakenly believing she has just weeks to live, decides she will lose her virginity before she dies. Meanwhile, hormone-crazed Alan Holt pursues some sex for ... See full summary »
The real film in Screen Test ends up being financed by Dr. DeSade, a plastic surgeon. In actuality, Screen Test itself was financed by three plastic surgeons from the Chicago area: Dino DeLicata, Benjamin LeCompte III and Frank Madda. They are mentioned in the opening credits. See more »
This film deserves comment because it contains scenes with two members of the Eye Candy Hall of Fame All Century team: Monique Gabrielle and Michelle Bauer. Before they became screen legends, they did a number of small roles in films like this one. Through hard work and making the most of their screen time, these two ladies were able to reveal their true talents. Eventually they built a reputation amongst themselves to get better and leading roles in films and most importantly enshrined into the Hall of Fame. As a note, both Ms. Gabrielle and Ms. Bauer are featured on the video box artwork yet are listed only in the tail end of the credits. Also within the film, our two actors appear often together. The fantasy sequence with both Ms. Gabrielle and Ms. Bauer is outstanding and ranks as one the greatest in screen history. This is one test that receives an A+.
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