Robert Wainwright dies after breaking his deal with the Devil, passing that debt onto his estranged daughter Morgan. She soon finds herself in a never-ending cycle of terror as she is brutally murdered then resurrected over and over again, each time losing a piece of her soul. Now she must discover why this is happening and break the deadly cycle in order to escape.
A freshman on campus discovers that the only way to be admitted into the sorority of her dreams is to seduce a nerdy introverted guy and film it. When the sorority "prank" goes viral, the boy is discovered dead from apparent suicide, but his sister does not buy it. She goes under cover to expose the sororities' hidden secrets.
Josh Miller is a studious and responsible pre-med student entering college as a freshman. His wild, hard-partying roommate Cooper Frederickson, on the other hand, is a spoiled rich kid who never studies and spends his time getting drunk and ogling co-eds. Before long, Cooper's fun-filled lifestyle has corrupted Josh, and both are on the verge of flunking out.
At the age of six years, Suzanne Hollander saw her mother kill her father. Twenty-five years later, she is a professor of psychology and lives in fear of becoming a criminal like her. As she teaches a course at the university, gunfire broke out on campus, causing several casualties. The author of the shooting one of his former students with whom she had many conversations where his thesis was on the assessment of empathy. The young man named Connor, is a dangerous psychopath who keeps the track to declare his love.
The college experience - studying, dating, partying... but when one of their classmates disintegrates right before their eyes, Ari, Becca, Izzy, Greta and Arun must battle security, the Griefers and each other to uncover the incredible truth about themselves and this other-worldly campus before they are all eliminated.
When a student goes missing, her mother goes in search, but encounters a wall of bureaucracy and cover-ups.
George Carlin hits the boards with the former Hippie-Dippie Weatherman's take on Brooklynese pronunciations of the names of sexually transmitted disease ("hoipes"), plus a prayer for the separation of church and state, feuds between breakfast foods, and the absurdity of wearing jungle camouflage in a desert.
A photographer is choked to death just outside of where a college dance is being held. The body is discovered by Lee Watson (Warren Mills), but promptly disappears, as it is being whisked from one point to another on the campus by a night watchman, who is an ex-convict. However, he is not the killer and Freddie Trimball (Freddie Stewart), Betty Rogers (Noel Neill), Dodie Rogers (June Preisser) and Lee set out to find the culprit, who managed to put a big damper on the Big Dance.
A college paleontology professor acquires a newly discovered specimen of a coelecanth, but while examining it, he is accidentally exposed to its blood, and finds himself periodically turning into a murderous Neanderthal man.
School... there is the popular crowd. Teachers favor some students over others. Because of this, Violet decides to start a school paper, which exposes many embarrassing secrets of popular kids who think they run the campus.
Cris is a nerd college student who is at peace with his sexuality and yet maintains his virginity. His best friend, Chamyto, on the other hand, is determined to get every campus hunk that he can afford to validate himself. When three gorgeous hunks start a contest to befriend a loser for a week, both Chamyto and Cris become easy targets.
A student receives a serial killer's brain in a transplant after being thrown into a pool with no water in it
The campus geek rescues the most attractive campus girl from a dried lake after she falls in. Legend has it if two people meet at the lake when it's dry, they are destined to fall in love.
Long ago, the gate to the world of darkness was sealed. Now evil warriors, known as Remnants, are trying to reopen the gate and let demons take over the world. However, at Tobira High School, exist guardians of the gate who must risk their lives to prevent the gate from being opened.
Campus Police is a mockumentary film chronicling a week in the line of duty for two campus police officers at a college called Driftwood University. Officers Colin McCoy and Dan Foley expect this week to be business as usual, but are caught off-guard when they're suddenly thrust into a storm of conspiracy and corruption, all surrounding a series of attacks by a mysterious flasher. Over the course of the week, they face apathetic theatre students, singing buffoons, office politics, a psychic palm-reader, and a drug-crazed lunatic who launch them into the most high-profile case of their careers. Campus Police is a film in the spirit of the zany, screwball comedies of yesteryear.
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A young entrepreneur supplies the campus jocks and frat boys with choice female companions. Things heat up when a sexy transfer student decides to open up shop and lures away the young businessman's stable.
The students of Elpidio Jimenez Memorial Colleges spend their time making their professor's lives miserable. Not one teacher could stand their riotous tactics... Until Tonie Santiago Came. At first, the students gave her the same treatment as with the other professors, but eventually, she gained the attention of the students by showing them that she's one of them, too, and not just some boring, old professor. Tonie's teaching career was fast becoming a success. Her students paid attention to her and respected her. But it was different with Ford Jimenez, son of the university's owner. Instead of gaining respect for tonie, he developed an indecent obsession towards her. Ford cooked up a scheme to get just what he wanted and led to a campus scandal. Students protested outside the campus and fought for Tonie's justice.
High-stepper Earl Hastings is continually mistaken for his twin brother, Ezra, a meek professor at a girls' seminary, and his constant flirtations in and around the dormitories--most notably with the daughter of the dean--involve Ezra in several compromising situations. Finally, a woman pursuing Earl for breach of promise unscrambles the twins with the help of the dean's daughter.
Viktor Frankenstein, expelled from Ingoldstat U for doing weird experiments and for acting a bit looney, goes to college in Canada to study brain control under Prof. Preston. Campus radicals frame Viktor (photographed holding a joint) in an attempt to discredit both Preston and the Dean and Viktor is once again expelled. Vik injects Tae Kwan Do expert Tony with his new brain control pellets and soon Tony becomes an instrument of revenge, beating radicals to death, drowning the photographer in a developing tray, and karate-chopping a reporter in the throat to name a few. But why won't Viktor remove his clothes when doing his often naked girlfriend and who is the "real Frankenstein"?
Tommy is bitten by a werewolf during a camping trip a week before the start of his senior year. After becoming a werewolf, he fights against supernatural entities to keep his hometown of Pleasantville safe.
Campus is a semi-improvised British sitcom created by the team behind the comedy sketch show Smack the Pony and hospital-based sitcom Green Wing, led by Victoria Pile who acts as co-writer, producer and director. It is set in the fictitious Kirke University and follows the lives of the staff, in particular the power-crazed and callous vice chancellor Jonty de Wolfe, lazy womanising English literature professor Matt Beer and newly promoted senior mathematics lecturer Imogen Moffat. Campus was first broadcast as a television pilot on Channel 4 on 6 November 2009, as part of the channel's Comedy Showcase season of comedy pilots. A full series was later commissioned and commenced airing on 5 April 2011, with the first episode being a re-shoot and expanded version of the pilot. When first broadcast many critics claimed it was too similar to Green Wing and that much of the humour was offensive. However, others praised the show's dark humour and surrealism. Campus was cancelled after one series due to poor TV ratings. Over the course of the first series the average ratings were 554,000 viewers per episode, or 2.99% of the total audience, which is below the Channel 4 average.
Campus Ladies is an American sitcom that premiered on Oxygen on January 8, 2006. It stars Christen Sussin and Carrie Aizley as two 40-something women who decide to go enroll at the fictional University of the Midwest. The humor comes from the various situations the "ladies" get involved in while trying to fit in with their much younger friends and classmates.
Campus PD is an American television show on G4. Campus PD is produced by Cineflix Productions. The show is similar in style and tone to the show COPS. Unlike COPS, Campus PD focuses specifically on college and university campuses and towns and the authorities who patrol them. Filming takes place at various locations across the country. The first season consisted of 10 episodes. Campus PD is produced by the UK-based production company Cineflix Productions, the group that produces American Pickers as well as Canadian Pickers. The theme song for the show is The Clash song Police on My Back. Season 2 Premiered Wednesday, September 1 at 8PM ET. New episodes aired Wednesday nights at 8PM ET/PT on G4. It is unknown if further seasons of this show will be produced as G4 was slated be renamed as the Esquire Network on September 23, 2013. Though it is assumed that production of the show has been canceled as there are no further announcements of a new season. As of 2012, the episodes of the first 2 seasons are edited where the main theme song "Police On My Back" by The Clash in the intros have been replaced by production music for unknown reasons.
Campus is an eroge and OVA with only two episodes. The whole series features frequent sexual intercourse, oral sex and masturbation and revolves around a college student, Takakage.
Campus Cops is an American sitcom, about two campus policeman who worked at Canfield University, that aired on the USA network in 1996.
Campus Cops is an American sitcom that aired on the USA network on Saturday night early in 1996 for a total of 13 episodes.
Campus Hoopla is an American game show that ran on the NBC Television network from December 27, 1946 until its cancellation in 1947. The show was centered around a group of teenagers in a soda shop.
Inspiration can come from the most unexpected places. Lu Da Xiang is a former professional baseball player who was fired because of his uncontrollable temper. He becomes a high school social studies teacher and is the homeroom teacher for the 8th Class of third-year students (final year of high school).
Carlin on Campus is the 10th album and fourth HBO special by American comedian George Carlin recorded April 18–19, 1984. The show features mostly new material. The opening features Carlin in Catholic School with a short version of "Class Clown" and animation shorts. The ending features Carlin playing piano to an original song called "Armadillo Blues." George Carlin's twelfth comedy album was also called Carlin On Campus. It includes new material, non sequiturs and extended sequences of two of his most famous routines, Baseball and Football and An Incomplete List of Impolite Words. The content of this album is almost 50% different from the similarly titled HBO Special.
Campus SuperStar is a Singaporean reality television singing competition to find new singing talent, contested by aspiring singers drawn from public auditions. The show began in 2 January 2006 and is broadcast on MediaCorp Channel U. It is a spin-off of Project SuperStar, and contestants comprise students from secondary schools, junior colleges and institutes of technical education. The concept of the series is to find aspiring singers studying in secondary schools, junior colleges and institutes of technical education and put them together to compete for the Campus SuperStar title where the winner is determined by the judges and viewers. Winners chosen by judges through judges' score and viewers through telephone, Internet, and SMS text voting were Ng Chee Yang, Shawn Tok, Jarod Lee and Bonnie Loo. Winners receive a two-year management contract with MediaCorp and a cash prize. Season 4 winner also receives an opportunity to perform with Mandopop singer Della Ding Dang in Glass Anatomy the Musical. The series employs a panel of judges who critique the contestants' performances. The original judges were radio personality Foong Wai See, music producer and composer Li Feihui, singer–actor Cavin Soh and vocal coach Peter Tan. The current season's judging panel consists of singer Jim Lim, lyricist Xiaohan and radio personality Dennis Chew. MediaCorp hosts Pornsak and Lee Teng are the emcee of the show.
A high school girl finally gets her own apartment, but she has to share it with the most popular boy in school. No one can know they're living together.
Secert Campus is a school centered drama depicting the livers surrounding six very different main characters - Moon Seung Jae (Seung Hyun), Oh Soo Ah (Lee Do Hyun), Park Doo Hyun (Lee Min Ho), Cha Ah Rang (Park Bo Young), Yoon Se In (Chae Woon), Seo Jin Woo (Seol Sung Min) - who are all high school students.
Combustible Campus Guardress is an anime Original Video Animation. The English name "Combustible Campus Guardress" was originally coined by members of the Project Daicon subtitling group when they did the fansub for No-Name Anime. The plot involves students from Tobira High School, who are guardians that must prevent the evil "Remnants" from reopening the gate that will let demons take over the world. Predominately a parody of other "save the world" anime, there are fight scenes throughout the story. It is not suitable for children.