A Californian housewife is terrified of having sex because of a past assault. When this phobia threatens to destroy her marriage, she takes refuge in a series of erotic fantasies about a masked man. But is it really all just a fantasy?
After Debra Rossetti is acquitted for the murder of her husband Tommy, his sadistic siblings Tony and Jade decide to get even by kidnapping her little sister Stacey. Tony forces Debra into a sinister pool game of life and death where she must try to overcome the odds and not only save her life, but her sister as well. Will Debra prevail, or will Tony kill them both?
"Night Games" - Jan fights impotence (literal and symbolic) and anguished childhood memories in a decadent Swedish castle where risqué parties and daring scenes defy 1960s' movie censorship, reaffirming the ground-breaking role of Swedish films in helping advance adult, sexually concerned themes in international cinema.
A young boy lies awake at night waiting for his drunken dad to come home. Listening to his mom's sobs, the boy imagines himself the hero, rescuing the father from his drinking buddies and bringing him home. When the father finally comes home for real, instead of relief, the boy is filled with dread. This film shows how a child tries to cope with parental addiction and conflict.
A romantic suspense-comedy about CIA agent Harry (Bill Pullman) and SVR agent Natasha (Irene Jacob) fighting to save the world, their lives and secret love in the post cold war Helsinki
Games Night was a fortnightly video game discussion show originally presented by Alan Boiston and later by Paul Vale that aimed to discuss issues suggested for inclusion by members of the XLEAGUE.TV forums. Special guests were selected from a pool of recognized community members, pro-gamers and industry experts. The show worked around a general discussions structure, with topics being introduced by the host. Guests were encouraged to be as candid as they wished and expressed their opinions on the subjects, covering both sides of every discussion. During the show, the host will seek to include opinions from forum participants, submitted on the relevant topic of the discussions.
Friday Night Games was a spin-off from Big Brother Australia's Friday Night Live, hosted by Mike Goldman with Bree Amer and Ryan "Fitzy" Fitzgerald and was produced at Dreamworld, Gold Coast, Australia by Network Ten. Two teams, each composed of three celebrities and one chosen contestant, competed and tested their skills in a series of games and challenges. Each game had a different set of rules and difficulty rating. The "celeb-to-be" was chosen out of hundreds of applicants, most being eliminated through challenges until a final challenge on the Friday Night Games set. Challenges included holding onto a balloon whilst riding "Wipeout", or holding a piece of paper above their head whilst riding on the Tower Of Terror, a roller coaster at Dreamworld, without ripping it. During each Game there would be a referee which the crowd booed at. At the grand final the ref was booed off stage and The ref Gave the crowd The Finger. However this was edited out. Each episode was pre-recorded in front of a live audience at Dreamworld’s games arena and aired on Friday nights. The ultimate Friday Night Games Champion Team won a A$50,000 donation to the charity of their choice, courtesy of Supercheap Auto. A third season returns in 2007, again hosted by former housemates Bree Amer, Ryan Fitzgerald and Mike Goldman.