Featuring Grindhouse cult classics in numerous “Midnight Movie” cult genres — including exploitation, horror, spaghetti westerns, NSFW drive-in sleaze and more.
Legendary reissue and restoration film label Vinegar Syndrome arrives on Night Flight Plus. The company, founded in 2012 by Joe Rubin and Ryan Emerson, specializes in protecting and preserving genre films.
Devoted to rescuing and releasing some of the most provocative films from around the world.
Written and performed by the stars of the Emmy nominated and Peabody Award winning Mystery Science Theater 3000 aka MST3K, RiffTrax features the unique humor of Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy (Tom Servo) and Bill Corbett (Crow T. Robot) along with tons of special guest riffers!
Originally founded in Amsterdam in 1991, Cult Epics is now based in Los Angeles, where it continues to release rare cult films, both the sought-after and the unknown, the mainstream and the underground, for a new generation of hardcore fans.
Something Weird Video was founded by the late great Mike Vraney (1957-2014), a life-long movie fan and pop cultural pioneer. In the early 1990s, Vraney had the idea to find and release as many lost low budget oddball films from the 1930s-70s as he could, focusing on Exploitation and Sexploitation Cinema, Seventies Sleaze, Roadshow Rarities, Nudie Cuties, and Burlesque — as well a Horror and Drive-In classics. We honored to be bringing...Read More
TROMA on Night Flight Plus! Two darkstar-crossed lovers of the eternal cult cinema canon... together at last! TROMA is one of the great pioneers of midnight cinema and represents everything Night Flight has sworn to showcase and celebrate.
Charles Band — the legendary and prolific producer/director of over 300 horror, sci-fi and fantasy features and founder of Full Moon Features — has certainly made a name for himself for several decades now by running successful independent film companies that operated outside of Hollywood’s restrictive studio system.
An eclectic selection of some of the best cult, horror & exploitation films to Night Flight Plus, including Bill Lustig’s Maniac (1980), Lucio Fulci’s Zombie (1979) and, Dario Argento’s Inferno (1980) and a dozen more from our new partner, Blue Underground!