Synopsis: Three college friends hit the biggest party of the year, where a mysterious phenomenon disrupts the night, quickly descending into a chaos that challenges their friendships - and whether they can stay alive.
Director(s): Dennis Iliadis
Production: IFC Films
  1 nomination.
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96 min



Ah, ah, ah, ah

Ooh, ooh, ooh


There's a ringing in my ear

from when I called you

Got this tiny little fear

that I won't see you

When that sun goes down again


I've got honey on my hands

from when I held you

Got this tiny rubber band

to wrap around your finger

When that sun goes down again

Oh, oh, oh

When that sun goes down again

But now the moon is on my side

But that's not what I need

I'm laughing through the night

But that don't

mean so much to me

This girl is out of sight

As anyone can see,

as anyone can see

All right



What are you wearing?

Ooh, something tight and white.


What are you wearing?

Wait, no. Let me guess.

Jeans, sneakers,

and that ugly striped T-shirt.

(LAUGHING) Oh, my gosh.

Ouch! Wow.

Well, hey, the truth hurts.

I wish I could be there.

I know. Me too.

Say it.

Say, "I wish you were here."

Okay, I wish you were here.

Look over here.


Other way.




You changed your hair.

Yeah, I did.

Do you like it?

I like it.

It's different. You look different.

- Yeah.

- Yeah.

- Hi.

- Hi.


Oh, hey. Sorry.

Aw. Are those for me?



Ohh. Mm.

There's a guy over

there just prancing.

He's having a...

just having a prance,

just on the spot.

David, he's warming up.

- That's his warm-up.

- Really?

- Yes, don't be mean.

- Okay. Okay.

I'm s... I'm not. You know.


Can't wait to get you

back home for summer.

Get me home?


You make me sound

like a cattle drive.

No, you know what I mean.


- Okay.

- Okay. Have fun.




Hah! Yes!

Hah! Hah!



Yes! Hah!








When did you learn all that?

Oh, my God. I'm sorry.

Don't be sorry.

Oh, shit.


Oh, my God, dude.

I have texted, like, 100 girls,

"Are you going to the party?

I can't wait to see

you at the party."

I swear the hard

drive on this thing

is starting to overheat.

- Holy shit.

- What?

She blocked me.



- Oh, my God. Wow.

- I can't believe this is happening.

I'm not surprised. It's kind

of a transformative year.

I mean, look at me.

Come on. Look. Mm!

- Oh, yeah.

- Yeah.

Wearing tighter jeans doesn't

mean you've changed.

If you're so in love with Jill, then

why did you go all the way up there

to stick your tongue

in some girl's mouth?

I don't know. I don't know.

It just happened.

- It's like I'm addicted to fucking up.

- It's not fucking up, okay?

You were at a campus for two hours,

and you were practically

in a threesome.

I'm just saying, like, imagine

if you spent a semester.

No, no. It was a fluke.

I don't want to be

with anyone but Jill.

Fine. Fucking suit yourself.

But I'm just saying this summer

is gonna be a very,

very fertile one.

All the beautiful girls

that we knew at school

have come back.

You know, they have been broken.

That's the hardest part.

And now they're a little bit older,

they're a little bit wiser,

and they are ready

to put their mouth

on any random dick

that they can find.

And you know what I'm

gonna do for them?

I'm hoping to be that random dick.

Well, I wish you luck with that.

I don't need luck,

man, but you might.

You have been sleeping

in the same bed

that you've been jerking off in

since you were 12. I mean, come on.

You should have gone

away to school, man.

No. No. I like it here.

I grew up here. I know

where everything is.

Wow, that sounds

like my grandfather

when he refused to go

into assisted living.

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Dennis Iliadis

Dennis Iliadis (born December 31, 1969) is a Greek film director. He is best known for his work on The Last House on the Left. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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