Ben and Julie's annual Halloween Party is about to go off the Richter scale, when their single, high maintenance girlfriend drags in a homeless guy, thinking he's a party goer, because SHE ...
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Ben and Julie's annual Halloween Party is about to go off the Richter scale, when their single, high maintenance girlfriend drags in a homeless guy, thinking he's a party goer, because SHE needs an escort. Not only has she dated everyone there; unbeknownst to her, Ben has invited her lame ex-boyfriend in hopes of reuniting them. As she spends the night avoiding her ex, and the other undesirable guys in attendance, she interacts with a colorful assortment of party peeps. Between disappearing fortune tellers and over crowded jacuzzis, she questions if real love is even possible. The irony; the only person she's the least bit attracted to, is the homeless man!Written by
When the actor originally cast as "Mason" backed out the first day of shooting, Frank Gangarossa was cast as the Homeless Guy. He was the casting directors first choice for the role originally. See more »
Bringing Luv To The Party
Written by 'Donna Britton & Bryan Steele'
Performed by 'Analogue Revolution featuring Taryn Murphy'
Published by Mountain Row Music (ASCAP), BrunoSteele Music (BMI), Stone Shadow Mountain Music (BMI) See more »
A pleasantly zany and twisted ride through the typical insanity of a krewe of neurotic and hypersexualized middle age mayhem on All Hallows Eve.
All I can say is OMG and WOW. This film kept me stuck to the edge of my seat and fighting my need to visit the facilities. This tittilating comedy was like being on the tilt-a-whirl and antipating the next hilarious spin of witty dialogue. I loved dark edginess in line with the Halloween theme. The main characters were brilliantly casted. I found myself completely empathizing with them to the point of mild infatuation. I was so utterly annoyed and angry at the self involved and perverted protagonist that I wanted to reach my hand right through the screen and choke his furry neck. The story shows that by not jumping to conclusion and looking below the surface, that even through the pain and suffering of a broken life, love can still be found and the healing begins. Kudos to the makers of this thoroughly enjoyable comedy of friendship and human nature.
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