Cara Rudland thought she’d left her Southern roots and troubled family far behind, but returns to the scenic Lowcountry of her childhood summers after losing her job in Chicago. There, she reconnects with her mother Lovie, who has been caring for her young, pregnant friend Toy in her charming beach house.
A romantic getaway for two troubled college sweethearts turns into a struggle for survival when unexpected guests - and the surrounding environment - exhibit signs of a mysterious infection.
What happens when six lucky strangers, three handsome young guys and three beautiful sexy young women, from all over the world, win a random contest-- an all expenses paid trip to an amazing beach house in glamorous Malibu, California, thanks to a big Internet company--only to discover they have to share it with each other.
When Paul arrives at her family’s beach house, he draws the attention of nineteen-year-old Emma. There’s something off about the surprise visit of this handsome photographer from her mother’s past. Yet Emma, an aspiring writer chafing at her privileged confines, also finds herself intrigued. As her attraction to him grows, she makes unsettling discoveries and among his things finds violent Polaroids that plant dark ideas in her mind.
Three college Freshmen move in with a beautiful sorority girl when they can't find on-campus housing.
Teenagers from Brooklyn go the beach for a vacation and run into trouble with rich snobs from Philadelphia.
Beach House perform 4 songs from Bloom in this atmospheric short film, including Wild, The Hours, Wishes, and Irene.
Teen Dream is the third album from the Baltimore-based duo Beach House, and their Sub Pop debut. Both the CD and LP formats of Teen Dream will arrive packaged with a companion DVD featuring a video for each song on the album, each by a different director. 1. Zebra 2. Silver Soul 3. Norway 4. Walk in the Park 5. Used to Be 6. Lover of Mine 7. Better Times 8. 10 Mile Stereo 9. Real Love 10. Take Care
On August 23, 2018, Beach House performed a stunning, career-spanning set at Brooklyn’s historic Kings Theatre. Performing music from their latest album '7' and stretching back through 2010’s 'Devotion', Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally brought their moody and mysterious dream pop to life, backed by state-of-the-art visuals, in a venue as grand and majestic as their music.
The camera is there on the crowded beach, and curious onlookers stare openly as it pans around them.
Summer Sunday at a small beach house at the coast of Rome. Many people and stories: women's basketball team, two sports-obsessed soldiers, two men with their girlfriends and the priest with a big secret, an elderly couple with their pregnant granddaughter, and engagemented couple wanting to have sex for the first time.
The Beach House is a film about four people from an Arab generation roaming over the ruins of ideologies, causes and virtues of their predecessors. It portrays their intellectual and emotional nonchalance about what is happening around them in their daily lives and relationships. In a house whose architecture is a sixties' experiment in mixing modern and Islamic architecture, a stone and concrete cube suspended over a rocky shore bashed by the waves of the Mediterranean, by famed Iraqi architect Refaat Chaderji, we spend a night with four characters whose non-stop conversations and peculiar actions reflect the void and chaos they are living in.
Bikini-clad Playmates, celebrity musicians, topless party girls and the sexiest beachgoers in SoCal stop in and get wild. With foam fights, a naked bounce house and poolside performances by artists like Lil Jon and LMFAO.
MTV Beach House was a one hour music video block that aired in 1993. The show was targeted at black audiences, and was considered by some to be a rival to BET:Live. It was hosted by comedian Bill Bellamy.
Johnny McGovern and Lady Red Couture chat to all your favourite Queens at the Hey Qween! Beach House!