Featuring a quintet of dark comedies - "Soulmates," "A Sunday Drive," "Partridge in a Pear Tree," "South of the Border" and "The Secret Thing" - Party Animals exists in the twilight zone of modern life, where the ordinary and the perverse happily coexist. In "Soulmates", romance blossoms at a bar when two strangers find they have a unique vocation in common. "A Sunday Drive" spotlights the socially lethal combination of driving while using a cellphone. In "Partridge in a Pear Tree", a drunken party-goer shows an uncomfortable appreciation for his host's teenage daughter. "South of the Border" puts two old friends at a festive birthday dinner, where a shocking secret slips out amidst the mojitos. And "The Secret Thing" reveals the pitfalls of telling your girlfriend just a little bit too much about yourself. Party Animals is written and directed by Frederick Stroppel.