The Uncle No Rules Show
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The tranquility of Uncle No Rules’s home is disturbed when a mysterious variety-show equipped with a studio audience and charismatic host (Marky Ramone) descends upon the household. Uncle No Rules must awkwardly participate in unscripted toy unboxing demonstrations, cooking segments, and slime-making tutorials with the hopes that the show might finally come to a conclusion. Will Uncle No Rules and friends learn any valuable lessons along the way, or merely descend further into the existential purgatory of television entertainment? Watch and find out. Featuring a musical performance by Prince Rama as well as special appearances by Kool Keith, Muffinhead, Sucklord, and Brandon.
Nightwish
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Your innermost fears lead you inexorably to a dream of death... your own death! Using sensory deprivation techniques, a doctor of parapsychology provokes his students to examine their own deaths in evermore horrifying circumstances. Roles are exchanged and shuffled as reality and fantasy become indistinguishable and each new dreadful death proves more terrifying than the last. Their paranormal explorations lead them to an abandoned mansion in a desolate area that natives call the "Valley of Fear" where years of drinking chemically tainted water have lead to a genetically damaged population and mutant wildlife. Local legends also tell stranger stories of extraterrestrials which the students attempt to explore. Starring Brian Thompson (Cobra), Nightwish is an obscure 80s horror/sci-fi with a brand new 4k mastering and restored color correction and from the original camera negative.
The Trial
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Anthony Perkins (PSYCHO) stars in Orson Welles' adaption of the Franz Kafka novel. A taut psychological thriller and drama about a man who is accused of a mysterious crime that he has no recollection of, caught in a nightmarish labyrinth of bureaucracy leading him to doubt his own innocence.
Depeche Mode - The Dark Progression Unauthorized
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This brand new documentary film traces the almost surreal development of Depeche Mode from their flirtations with New Romanticism at the dawn of their career, through the urban industrial landscapes envisaged on Construction Time Again and Some Great Reward into the dark hollow of albums such as Black Celebration, Music For The Masses and Violator to conclude with the departure of Alan Wilder in 1995 - a point in their career at which they had achieved enormous commercial success but were now facing huge personal challenges.
Captain Power & the Soldiers of the Future: Episode 14 - Judgment
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Pilot and Power successfully fight off Soaron during a desert patrol, but Power's injuries prompt Pilot to leave him behind and seek medical help. A visit to a nearby town goes awry, as its residents recognize Pilot and put her on trial for atrocities she committed on the town during her service with the BioDread Youth.
Night Flight - Mr. Gloom & Other Shorts
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Tonight, we present esteemed animator Bill Kopp’s original short “Mr. Gloom,” from an episode of "Toone Theatre." The psychedelic animation is hand-drawn theatre of the absurd. Kopp’s credits myriad credits include voice over work for none other than Night Flight animated “freak-out” classic, Jac Mac and Rad Boy Go! Also in this episode, the experimental animation “Machine Song,” a video collage from Chel White, who back in 2015, described the film to us as "as a minimalist vision of the post-industrial human condition, depicted in xerox cutout animation."
The Return Of Captain Invincible
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Alan Arkin and horror/fantasy icon Christopher Lee star in the long-unseen 1982 action-comedy from the director of The Beast Within and Howling II, with songs by Richard O'Brien (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), and co-written by the screenwriter of Die Hard and 48 Hours. When archcriminal Mr. Midnight (Lee) plots to take over the world, the world’s only hope is World War II’s formerly indestructible ‘Legend In Leotards’ (Arkin) who is now a burnt-out drunk.
Endgame
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For his own entry in the '80s Italian Post-Nuke cycle, Joe D'Amato combines a prescient script, ferocious action and an unprecedented cast of ItaloCult icons to create "one of the better Spaghetti Sci-Fi films of the decade" (Rivets On The Poster): In a radiation-ravaged future, an underground society of mutant rebels will attempt to overthrow the tyrannical government by infiltrating the TV sport in which humans are hunted as prey. Al Cliver (ZOMBIE), Laura Gemser (BLACK EMANUELLE), George Eastman (ANTHROPOPHAGUS), Gabriele Tinti (CALIGULA 2), Bobby Rhodes (DEMONS) and peplum legend Gordon Mitchell (THE GIANT OF METROPOLIS) star in this "tons of fun for lovers of Italian exploitation" (Rubbermonsterfetishism) featuring a pounding score by Carlo Maria Cordio (SHOCKING DARK), now scanned in 2K from the original negative.
Blackenstein
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Dr. Winifred Walker (Ivory Stone) and Nobel Prize-winner Dr. Stein (B-movie icon John Hart-The Fastest Guitar Alive, TV’s “The Lone Ranger”) believe they can restore dismembered Vietnam vet Eddie Turner (Joe De Sue) to the man he once was. But the results turn monstrous, and Blackenstein Monster goes on a rampage of murder and disemboweling, unaffected by fists, bullets and blunt objects. Who or what can stop this menace? And will Dr. Stein have to return his Nobel Prize? Director William Levey (Slumber Party ’57, Skatetown U.S.A.) and writer Frank Saletri (Black the Ripper) rushed out of this cinematic gem at the behest of legendary camp filmmaker Samuel Z. Arkoff, who wanted to capitalize on the success of the “Blacula” films. Using the lab sets from the original Frankenstein and a group of amateur and veteran actors, including sleaze-cinema queen Liz Renay (The Corpse Grinders 2, John Waters’ Desperate Living), 1940’s leading lady Andrea King (My Wild Irish Rose, The Beast with Five Fingers) and singer Cardella de Milo (Dolemite, Rude), Blackenstein is a glorious mish-mosh of the good, the bad and the hopelessly miscast. Don’t watch it on a full stomach!
Stray Cats - Live At Rockpalast: Cologne 1981
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When the US trio stormed the top of the charts in their adopted country of England, punk still reigned supreme in the United Kingdom. But Brian Setzer, Brian Setzer, Slim Jim Phantom and Lee Rocker brought a little something different. Impressive footage of this time includes two performances in Germany: one in 1981 in Cologne and one in 1983 at the Loreley that were recorded by WDR.
The Church
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In medieval Europe, crusading knights massacre a village full of suspected devil worshippers and build a large gothic church above the cursed remains. It is now present day, and this elaborate cathedral still stands. But when its sealed crypt is accidentally reopened, a group of people trapped inside the church become possessed by the fury of the damned. Can the blood of the innocent survive this unholy communion, or will the ultimate demonic evil be unleashed upon the world? Features a remarkable score by Goblin and Keith Emerson. Originally known as DEMONS 3, THE CHURCH is presented uncut, uncensored and fully restored from original vault materials.
Athens, GA: Inside Out
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Led by the success of the B-52's and R.E.M., Athens, Georgia was the most happening music scene in the country by the mid 80's/ Following several different bands from different genres, this film paints Athens as a magical artistic environment where bands are not in competition, but co-exist in harmony. Live performances of R.E.M.'s "Swan Swan H" and "Dream (All I Have To Do)" at the Lucy Cobb Institute chapel are included. Also featured are performances and interviews frm the B-52's, Pylon, B-B-Que Killers, Time Toy, Jim Herbert, Flat Duo Jets, Love Tractor, Kilkenny Cats, Squalls, and more.
Stage Fright
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While a group of young actors rehearse a new musical about a mass murderer, a notorious psychopath escapes from a nearby insane asylum. But when the show's director locks his cast in the theater overnight, the madman is accidentally locked inside as well. Now, a killer with acting in his blood has gone berserk for the blood of actors (including several scenes that EuroHorror fans worldwide consider to be the most violent of the decade) and the stage is set for one unforgettable evening of shock, suspense and unstoppable carnage. STAGEFRIGHT marked the stunning directorial debut of Dario Argento protege Michele Soavi and instantly sealed his reputation as the leader of Italian horror's new generation of filmmakers. Also know as AQUARIUS, DELIRIA and BLOODY BIRD, this brutal shocker has been restored from original Rome vault materials and is presented unrated, uncensored and totally uncut.
The Lift
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There is something very wrong with the elevator in a stylish office high-rise. The passengers never end up on the floor of their choice. They end up dead! When Felix, an inquisitive repairman, investigates the faulty deathtrap, he discovers that something other than malfunctioning machinery is to blame. Some dark, distorted power has gained control of the elevator for its own evil design. After his horrifying discovery is given the shaft by the authorities, he joins a nosy female journalist to battle the unholy force inside THE LIFT! Huub Stapel (AMSTERDAMNED) and Willeke van Ammelrooy (ANTONIA'S LINE) star in this chilling cult classic from Writer/Director Dick Maas (SAINT), who also composed the score and later helmed the 2001 English-language remake, DOWN (aka THE SHAFT). Long unavailable on U.S. home video, Blue Underground now proudly presents THE LIFT in a brand-new 2K restoration from the original negative, approved by Dick Maas!
Morrissey - The Jewel In The Crown
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From those early days as a bedroom dwelling New York Dolls fanatic writing to the NME on a regular basis, through the heady Smiths era when he barely put a foot wrong, and across his often quite staggering solo career to culminate at his position today as elder statesman of the indie generation. The program includes rare and classic footage, musical performances of the Smiths and Morrissey, exclusive and archive interviews, and lengthy contributions from the likes of; producers Stephen Street, John Porter, and more.
The Threee Geniuses: The Re-Death Of Psychedelia
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Rightfully dubbed "The most intentionally psychedelic show on cable TV" (LA Weekly), The Threee Geniuses: The Re-Death of Psychedlia is the ultimate televised freak-out. Thought a major loophole of the cable company's public-access policy, The Threee Geniuses were allowed to take over the studio and go completely ape-shit on the equipment. With absolutely no preparation before taping or editing after the fact, the show is conceived and produced simultaneously. The Geniuses have this to say about the episodes: "completely unwatchable, yet they always entertain." We'll take it!
The Witch Who Came From The Sea
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Abused as a child by her alcoholic father, Molly is now a dysfunctional waitress in a local seaside bar off the coast of California who casually picks up muscle men from Venice Beach and takes them home to bed... only to castrate them with a shaving razor! Shot by John Carpenters cinematographer Dean Cundy (Jurassic Park, The Thing) this cult classic from director Matt Cimber (Butterfly, Gemini Affair) stars Academy Award Nominee Millie Perkins (The Diary of Anne Frank) as the confused Molly.
Tom Waits - Under The Influence
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This documentary film examines, dissects and all but lobotomizes the wealth of music, literature, theatre and film that have assisted in creating Waits' legendary genius and, results in hand, reviews the life and career of Tom Waits from this fascinating and rarely identified viewpoint.
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