Minnie gives Figaro a bath and ties a ribbon around his neck. Figaro feels like a sissy, and when he mixes it up with some alley cats, they mock him, and the leader attacks. But Figaro is so afraid that his shaking topples a series of trash cans onto the aggressor. The rest of the cats didn't see this happen, and think Figaro defeated their leader. Of course, now he's all dirty, and he needs another bath.
A crazed artist who believes himself to be the reincarnation of a murderous vampire kills young women, then boils their bodies in a vat.
In a punk-rock homage to "Reefer Madness," two plot threads intertwine: a hapless junkie falls victim to "Bath Salts" addiction, while a police detective attempts to uncover and stamp out a new strain of designer drug products.
A young couple moves into what appears to be the perfect home, but when they discover that they will soon become parents, things begin to fall apart. Rachel, the expectant mother, is haunted by a ghost in a red dress, while Kevin, the soon to be father, has frightening nightmares even while he’s awake. The once happy couple is torn apart by horrific events, which all seem to be centered around the birth of their unborn child.
Jeffrey Haywood wants to marry to Virginia Embrey. However, Virginia refused to marry unless her older sister, the hard-to-please Angelica gets married first. Angelica, in turn, finds every man she knows too dull and predictable, and for this reason prefers to stay single. Jeff then tries to make Angelica interested in the mild-mannered and timid Reggie Irving (Keaton) passing him off as a notorious playboy to intrigue her. He asks his friend Polly to teach Reggie "how to treat a woman right", but he turns to be a disastrous learner.
Matthew, a young medical student from Toronto, Ontario, returns to his birthplace in Guyana on receiving a letter from his mother three months after her death. Prompted by his surroundings to sort through the idealized memories of his childhood, Matthew reaches the horrifying realization that he has returned to a world which he was never a part of. Contemporary Guyanese reality highlights the white colonialist privilege his family had enjoyed.
Made in an environment and at a time when frequent and gratuitous images of nude women permeated the work of her male counterparts, director Penelope Spheeris produced this intimate and sensual observation of a woman bathing. The appearance of Spheeris’ credit at the beginning of the film seems to ask the question: how does voyeurism change when we know the voyeur is actually a voyeuse? 16mm, b/w, 6 min. Director: Penelope Spheeris.
One of the most successful erotic title of the early days of cinema (by the number of copies circulating worldwide at that time).
“Mammy is washing her little pickaninny. She thrusts him, kicking and struggling, into a tub full of foaming suds.” (Edison film catalog)
Beware the dangers of bath bombs...
The actors for a horror movie go out to dinner one evening with their director and tell horror stories to each other.
Flint must quickly alter his plans for a romantic date with Sam after his monkey-cleaning invention goes awry.
The movie is set up like an awards show, where Oderus Urungus and Sleazy P. Martini reminisce with montages. They are the only two members of Gwar to make appearances, save a brief cameo by Balsac the Jaws of Death at the end, though some of the other Slave Pit Inc. employees are featured. The announcer at the awards show is played by Chris Bopst, who was the first person to play Balsac the Jaws of Death.
Rene Bond showing off her skills.
A crazed murderer is on the loose and he's got the local nightlife on the run. The hooker network has organized a game plan to save themselves from their unknown killer. In a conflict between the crime syndicate and a reckless bounty hunter, their fates will all be decided in a flash.
A teenage cancer survivor learns her friend from the hospital has died.
The borderline of water, a body, or a bathtub gets more and more unclear. All are mixed together in the lukewarm water.
"This view was made at the Scheveningen Baths. It shows a number of bathers enjoying themselves in the surf. Several picturesque Holland boats are moored in the background."
A re-imagined Elizabeth Bathory dips her toe in the modern dating pool.
A doll, awakened, follows a ribbon into an alternate reality where she discovers that which brings her life has the power to destroy her. A visual exploration of self-awareness and internal discovery, Blood Bath shows us life in duality. It is an expression of living as both human and object and asks us to consider brokeness as a gateway to strength.
Bathroom Divas: So You Want to Be an Opera Star? is a television show that airs on Bravo! Canada. It is produced by Kaleidoscope Entertainment, Inc. and directed by Mike Ward. The winner gets to perform live in front of a world class orchestra. The title is a hint to the expression "bathroom singing". It has been picked up by Ovation TV to replay the previous episodes.
Á baðkari til Betlehem is an Icelandic television series that first aired on Icelandic public television channel Sjónvarpið in December 1990. The show was one of the first televised advent calendars produced in Iceland, and is a part of Jóladagatal Sjónvarpsins, an ongoing series of televised Advent calendars. The show follows two eight-year-old children, Hafliði and Stína, who embark on an adventurous journey to Bethlehem, in order to bring Baby Jesus the gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. Their form of transport is a magical flying bathtub lent to them by the concertmistress Dagbjört, who the children suspect of being an actual angel. On their way to Bethlehem, the children face numerous challenges and obstructions, most notable being their repeated encounters with the evil bird Klemmi, who is the main antagonist of the show. Hafliði and Stína were both played by adults; Kjartan Bjargmundsson and Sigrún Waage respectively. All the other characters, both male and female, were portrayed by actress Inga Hildur Haraldsdóttir, in numerous guises. Having been rerun in 1995 and 2004, the show has gained a cult following in Iceland, especially among teenagers and young adults who grew up watching the show in its early runs.
Bathroom Singer is also a reality show on Sahara Filmy, named after the concept of bathroom singing. The show is searching for singing talent and will be telecast every Sunday at 9 PM. Auditions are currently being conducted. Ravi Kishan and Shibani Kashyap are the judges of the show. The show is going to focus more on the entertainment factor of the participants than on their singing talent. In the second episode, auditions have been finished. Beginning next week the first round of this talent hunt show will be aired.
A four-part special looking at the historic figures and events of Australia's Great Race - the Bathurst 1000.