Reality series following the journeys of four different teenagers in the build-up to a birthday party or prom.
Runtime: 65 minutes
Not So Sweet Sixteen - Sweet Sixteen (1983 film) - Netflix
Sweet Sixteen is a 1983 American horror film directed by Jim Sotos and starring Bo Hopkins, Susan Strasberg, Dana Kimmell, and Patrick Macnee.
Not So Sweet Sixteen - Plot - Netflix
Melissa Morgan is new in town and meets Hank Burke and Johnny Franklin outside of a bar. Johnny invites Melissa for a ride in his truck, and leave Hank to walk home. They make out in a secluded spot, and Johnny scares her by saying it is an Indian burial ground and she demands that he drive her home. As they sit in front of her house, Melissa says they are in town for a couple months because her father's work on an Archeological dig, and her mother is from the area. Melissa's dad, John, catches them and orders Johnny to leave because Melissa's only 15. Johnny gets stranded on the side of the road and starts walking when he's stabbed to death by an unseen assailant. Dan Burke, Hank's dad and the sherriff, gets a call from Billy Franklin, Johnny's older brother about Johnny not coming home last night and the missing truck. Dan takes Hank and his sister, Marci, to go look for the truck. They find it, with no signs of foul play and Marci finds Johnny's body. As the school, Dan gets permission from Melissa's parents, John and Joanne, to ask her questions. Melissa said she saw a Native American man outside of the bar. He is determined to be Jason Longshadow, a man hired on by John for the dig. Dan and John go to question Jason and says nothing happened. At school, Melissa meets Tommy Jackson and they make plans to hang out that evening and behind Earl's bar. While Tommy is waiting for Melissa, he is stabbed to death by the unseen assailant. Melissa runs into an older Indian man, Greyfeather, and begins to scream when she sees Tommy's dead body. Melissa tells Dan Greyfeather did it because he was standing over the body. Dan goes to question Greyfeather at his house, but finds that he has been hanged. Reports list it as suicide, but Dan believes it's a murder done by bigots wanting vigilante justice. After attending a funeral, Marci confronts Melissa about lying an accusations towards Greyfeather. Marci then apologizes to her and they become good friends. At the police station, John tells Dan that he fired Jason for theft because artifacts, including 5 knives, from the dig have gone missing. Dan goes out to question Jason, who is not home, so Dan lets himself in and finds the missing 5 knives hidden in a trunk. Joanne throws Melissa an elaborate 16th birthday party and BBQ, which is attended by Hank and Marci. Dan checks out the county records of murders with similar MO's, but feels something is off and that Jason is not the killer. Dan learns that blood was found on one of the knives was tested and is revealed to be animal blood. and is being tested to see if its a murder weapon. Jason breaks out of jail to confront Jimmy and Billy about Greyfeather's death. Melissa and Hank decide to go skinny dipping where they are watched by Jimmy and Billy, when Jason arrives. Melissa watches the two subdue Jason, and then they knock Hank and Melissa out, and the unseen assailant kills the two men. While Marci is looking to for Melissa and Hank, one of the dying men grabs her ankle. Dan arrives to find Joanne with Melissa's body, and reveals that her name is Tricia, who is the sister of Joanne. In a delusion, Tricia believes Melissa is Joanne. Dan grabs Melissa and Joanne stabs herself in the stomach. It is revealed that Tricia assumed Joanne's identity after she died in the state mental hospital. Tricia killed her father to protect Joanne and had a mental breakdown after she died. She believed that by killing men, she was protecting Joanne. As the party ends, Melissa is shown to be in a trance, holding a bloody knife.
Not So Sweet Sixteen - References - Netflix