A group of coeds from a small conservative college break out of their shells when their marching band bus breaks down in Ft. Lauderdale during Spring Break.


Jared Cohn


Jared Cohn (screenplay), Naomi L. Selfman (screenplay) (as Naomi Selfman)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Rachel Alig ... Alice
Virginia Petrucci Virginia Petrucci ... Zoe
Samantha Stewart ... Whitney
Robert Carradine ... Gill
Andrew Clements Andrew Clements ... Vance (as Andrew Clement)
Erin O'Brien ... Michelle
Jennifer Henry Jennifer Henry ... Stripper
Tristan Ott ... Zach
Barrett Perlman Barrett Perlman ... Pamela
Jesse Daley ... Craig
Jos Deacon Jos Deacon ... Officer Hurley
Michael Minardo Cook Michael Minardo Cook ... Policeman (as Michael Cook)
Edward DeRuiter ... Jeff
Howie Walfish Howie Walfish ... Murphy
Erica Duke ... Constance


A group of coeds from a small conservative college break out of their shells when their marching band bus breaks down in Ft. Lauderdale during Spring Break.

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Rated R for sexual content/nudity and language throughout | See all certifications »

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When driving to Florida for the Nationals, when asked how far the driver says 200 miles, but when the bus breaks down, the distance is now 500 miles. See more »


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I'r rather mutilate myself.
8 September 2013 | by DustinRahksiSee all my reviews

Please read in a slow sad and depressed voice.

I don't think I'll ever comprehend the mind of a woman, and why they do these things. Once again this film caters to social degenerates who never got any in the real. Or frat boy douche bags. There's no story, except woman get naked and wet and act like complete sluts. That's the moral of this film, women are objects that serve one purpose to men. The characters are portrayed as complete morons, but that's what makes them completely realistic. It's a bad movie, front and back. In fact, it's not even a movie, but more of a girls gone wild feature length film. These types of movie really make me question life, and if I should ever even get involved with another human being, the safe bet is no, keep doing what your doing. The film has no plot, no nothing. There is a reason why stuff like this is free on the internet, and why it should be kept away from film.

This movie saddens me deeply, but everything portrayed in the film is 100 percent realistic, so people don't need a paycheck to do this kind of stuff. I honestly tied not to fast forward through it, but it was mentally abusive, and I couldn't take it anymore.

Here is a sad and depressing review, as always, stay away from this film. Unless you're a fan of Asylum films, then knock your self out. Seriously.

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Release Date:

26 June 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bikini Spring Break See more »

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The Asylum See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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