Midnight Movies & Mondo Docs

42nd Street Memories: The Rise and Fall of America’s Most Notorious Street

The Rise and Fall of America's Most Notorious Street. The story behind the rise and fall of New York’s 42nd Street. The cinemas, the films, the people, the crime and the rebirth of the block as “New 42nd Street” - this is the document of the world’s most notorious movie strip. Featuring interviews with exploitation era experts that include Lloyd Kaufman (Troma En...Read More

Aliens, Clowns & Geeks

Another Elfman Acid Trip. Out-of-work actor Eddy Pine stumbles upon the key to the universe and is drawn into an intergalactic conflict between killer clowns and sneaky green aliens--the fate of the planet hangs on the outcome. From the creator of Forbidden Zone comes another fever-dream cult comedy featuring an all-star cast and original music by Danny Elfman (Batm...Read More

Andy Warhol's BAD

Brimming with the sleazy glamour of 1970s New York and wildly dark humor,BAD is the story of Hazel Aiken (Oscar-nominated actress Carroll Baker), a housewife who runs a beauty salon and electrolysis clinic out of her house. She also runs another little business on the side?hiring out a cadre of badass gals to perform various freelance assassin gigs. A very corrupt D...Read More

Andy Warhol's Young Dracula

The R-rated cut of Paul Morrissey's camp classic. Dracula is searching for virgin's blood and... he's dying of thirst! In an attempt to cash in the success of Mel Brooks' film Young Frankenstein, distributor Louis Periano re-released the film as a 94-minute R-rated Young Dracula in 1976 (as opposed to the original X-rated version). A sickly Count Dracula require...Read More


Mixing slasher-style scenes w/ the sweetness of an afterschool special, ANGEL is one of the seminal exploitation films of the 80s. Molly Stewart (Donna Wilkes; Jaws 2) is at the top of her class at her prestigious high school, but no one knows that Molly survives by working nights as a hooker on Hollywood Blvd. Her only friends are a worldly drag queen, a retired co...Read More

Bad Girls

In Christopher Bickel's BAD GIRLS, three delinquent, murderous strippers wreak bitch-havoc on a rampaging adventure, killing anyone dumb enough to stand in their way. With the eyeball-throbbing pace of an out of control acid trip, BAD GIRLS feels like a Gregg Araki fever dream while also paying heavy-handed homage to exploitation royalty like Paul Morrissey, Russ...Read More

Bruce's Deadly Fingers

Now for the first time ever released in Widescreen High Definition and produced from a new 2K scan from the 35mm original negative. If you are a fan of the master, Bruce Lee, and other "Bruceploitation films," then this a must for your film collection! After malicious gangsters capture Bruce Lee's ex-girlfriend, a young martial artist attempts to rescue her - and th...Read More

Chariots Of The Gods

Based on Erich Von Daniken's book purporting to prove that throughout history aliens have visited earth. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has included "Chariots of the Gods" in their list of the Top 100 Documentary Films of All Time. "Fifty million stars in our galaxy have the potential of supporting life forms capable of traveling to other planet...Read More

Class Of 1984

Directed and co-written by Mark L. Lester (Class of 1999, Commando, Firestarter), Class of 1984 is one of the seminal cult movies of the early 1980s. While its vision of a decaying, violence-plagued inner city school seemed over the top in 1982, it sadly prophesied the future of American education. With an original story and screenplay co-written by genre veteran To...Read More


Directed by Sam Raimi and written by the Coen Brothers. In a slapstick spoof of hit men and crime stories, the head of a security systems company is bumped off by two gonzo exterminators who have gone from stomping out pesky varmints to stomping out human targets. The exterminators go after the partner who hired them and his blatantly obnoxious wife (Louise Lasser) ...Read More

D.O.A.: A Right Of Passage

D.O.A.: A RIGHT OF PASSAGE is the ground-breaking classic "rockumentary" about the origin of punk rock. Centered around the Sex Pistols 1978 tour of the United States which ended with the group breaking up, the tour was the only one the Pistols played in the United States. Director Lech Kowalski (East of Paradise) followed the band with handheld cameras through the ...Read More

Dance Goddess

Lost NYC dance film, Dance Goddess was envisioned by its director Hamid Khan an "American Bollywood." The film follows Julie, who arrives at New York City’s Khan Dance Studios from London with but a simple dream – to be the greatest dancer in the world. Dance Goddess hits the ground twirling around 80’s Manhattan with a huge dance sequence taking place in the middle...Read More

Desperate Teenage Lovedolls

The teenage members of an all-female punk-rock group face the challenges of the music world as they struggle for success in this hour-long, music-filled drama from 1984. Desperate chronicles the rise and fall of Bunny, Kitty, and Patch (Hilary Rubens, Jennifer Schwartz, and Janet Housden), three teenage runaways who form an all-girl rock group, The Lovedolls. Co-sta...Read More

Despite The Gods

Jennifer Lynch, daughter of cult film auteur David Lynch, made her auspicious directorial debut in 1993 with cult classic Boxing Helena. She was the youngest American woman to direct a feature film, and after that she took an extended hiatus. Fifteen years later, a recovering addict and hard-working single mother, Lynch returns to the director's chair with an ambiti...Read More

Driller Killer

In career that has encompassed such controversial classics as Ms. 45, Bad Lieutenant and Welcome to New York, none of Abel Ferrara's films have quite managed to match the shock, extremity and downright notorious nature of The Driller Killer. Ferrara plays struggling artist Reno, a man pushed to the edge by the economic realities of New York living in the late sev...Read More

Drop Dead Rock

Adam Ant & Deborah Harry star in this 1996 rock and roll comedy wherein a band kidnaps a rock star and holds him hostage. A down and out rock n' roll band, Hindenburg, kidnap their favorite British rock star, Spazz-O, and hold him hostage to hear their music. The problem is, Spazz-O's ex-porn star wife Holly Everest (Chelsey Parks) and his back-stabbing manager, Dav...Read More

Evil Toons

When students go exploring in the spooky basement of an old haunted house, you just know what's going to happen next, right?......WRONG! EVIL TOONS is like nothing you've ever seen before and takes on-screen mayhem and madness to new heights. live-action/adult animated B movie comedy features four gorgeous college girls and a lust-hungry cartoon monster, who escapes...Read More

Fascism On A Thread: The Strange Story Of Nazisploitation Cinema

Inspired by the success of arthouse films like THE NIGHT PORTER and THE DAMNED, shrewd and shameless exploitation movie producers were quick to the market with low budget cash-ins and created arguably the most sordid, if short lived, sub-genres in the history of the grindhouse: the nazisploitation film! This new award-winning documentary features eye-opening inte...Read More

Forbidden Zone: The Director's Cut

Sexy Frenchy (Marie-Pascale Elfman) falls into an insane underworld ruled by a horny little king (Hervé Villechaize, "Fantasy Island") and his jealous queen (Susan Tyrell, Angel). Chicken-boy comes to the rescue, only to have his head cut off by a soul-singing Satan himself (played by Danny Elfman), along with The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo. Frog butlers, to...Read More

Franky And His Pals

From the deepest, darkest depths of the shot-on-video vaults… Hidden from view for 30 years… All your favorite movie monsters are back… And they’re ready to party like it’s 1990! Franky, Drak, Wolfy, Mummy and Humper – the horny hunchback – descend on the tiny mining town of French Gulch in search of lost gold, but it’s Halloween Night, and the monsters soon find th...Read More

Funny Ha Ha

Marnie is 23, and drifts through "Funny Ha Ha," Andrew Bujalski's critically acclaimed debut feature, in search of romance and employment. The film's conversations sound improvised and the narrative rhythms appear loose and ambling as it paints a deft group portrait of recent college graduates-Marnie’s friends, co-workers and would-be lovers. But this scruffiness is...Read More

G-Men From Hell

Based on Michael Allred ("Madman" comics) graphic novel Grafik Muzik, G-Men From Hell follows two corrupt FBI agents played by William Forsythe and Tate Donovan, who sneak out of Satan's dominion for a shot at gaining entrance to heaven. Look out for Gary Busey as the Lt. "Leathermaster" Langdon!


A volcanic eruption in the North Atlantic brings to the surface a 65-foot prehistoric monster. Two treasure divers capture the creature and take him to London where he made the star attraction at a circus. A scientist is thoughtful enough to point out that the sailors' bonanza is only an infant, and that a full-grown specimen would be over 200 feet in height. Sure e...Read More

Happer's Comet

Following his acclaimed debut Ham on Rye, Tyler Taormina’s hypnotic follow-up is a midnight mosaic that reveals a suburban town steeped in alienation. It’s the middle of the night, but things are far from quiet; as the camera peers into the late-night happenings of various residents, we witness a number of them quietly escape into the dark... on rollerblades. Drawin...Read More


A bandleader whose career is nosediving makes a deal with the owner of a bar to sell his soul for success.

I Was A Zombie For The FBI

In 1985, SPIN Magazine asked Bob Dylan "What movies do you wish you'd been in?" One of his answers was "I Was a Zombie For the F.B.I," which had aired for the first time on cable TV on "Night Flight" earlier that same year (it was originally offered up with "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes" for a cult double-feature). "I Was A Zombie For the F.B.I." is low-budget, ...Read More

It's A Revolution Mother

Here’s an odd but nonetheless fascinating time capsule of late- Sixties social unrest filtered through the mind of Florida-based sexploitation producer-director HARRY KERWIN. Yup, the man who made Strange Rampage, My Third Wife George, and Girls Come Too - and who was also the brother of Blood Feast star Bill Kerwin ­ wanted to tap into the same youth market compani...Read More

Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter

Canuxploitation circa 2001. A rare gift indeed. The second coming is upon us, and Jesus has returned to earth. But before he can get down to the serious business of judging the living and the dead, he has to contend with an army of vampires that can walk in the daylight. Combining kung-fu action with biblical prophecy and a liberal dose of humor, the film teams the ...Read More

Liquid Sky

The essential document of New York’s 1980s New Wave scene and the archetypal "Midnight Movie" from director Slava Tsukerman returns home to Night Flight. In what is one of the most delectably stylish Science Fiction films ever produced: A small, heroin seeking UFO lands on a Manhattan roof, observes a bizarre, drug addicted fashion model and sucks endorphin from her...Read More

Lovedolls Superstar

From LA filmmaker DAVID MARKEY, who brought us the 1983 punk cult classic 8mm film, DESPERATE TEENAGE LOVEDOLLS, comes its twisted sequel, LOVEDOLLS SUPERSTAR (1986). The epic continues when Patch Kelley (Janet Housden) becomes Patch Christ, the leader of an acid-damaged religious cult who rescues washed-up Lovedoll Kitty Karryall from a drunken, wasted life. Ft...Read More


"War babies. They want to be different. They don't want to belong to any mass society. They have their own-type clubs, their own 'in' groups." Thus Malamondo, an elegant look at early-Sixties' teenage angst and "way out youth," Euro-style, set to the delirious musical musings of a young ENNIO MORRICONE! "Teenage swingers" ski in the nude in the Swiss Alps! (Skinn...Read More

Max Reload and the Nether Blasters

A small town video game store clerk must go from zero to hero after accidentally unleashing the forces of evil from a cursed Colecovision video game cartridge... Max Jenkins' gaming fantasies collides with reality when a legendary "lost" installment of the 1980's "Nether Game" series appears on the store counter of his workplace. Unbeknownst to Max, the old game car...Read More

Merlin's Shop of Mystical Wonders

This fantastic story finds Merlin, the world's most famous wizard, bringing his magic to the 20th century by opening a shop displaying all of his wonders. Trouble ensues when a possessed toy monkey is stolen and a reporter tries to close the shop down. Directors Kenneth J. Berton. An enigmatic family-horror anthology featuring a satanic cymbal monkey and mother-w...Read More

Microwave Massacre

THEY CAME FOR DINNER...TO FIND THEY WERE IT!! Microwave Massacre stars legendary stand-up comedian and actor Jackie Vernon as Donald, a disgruntled construction worker whose wife's predilection for haute cuisine drives him to cannibalism. Donald unwittingly stumbles upon a solution to his two major problems in his life - his nagging wife and his lack of tasty meals ...Read More

Mirror, Mirror

In this 1990 horror film, a new widow (Karen Black) and her daughter (Rainbow Harvest) have just moved into a new home. They don't discover until much later that the previous owner was mad, mad, mad. By then, the mirror that the woman left behind in the house has served its purpose as a gateway to demonic worlds, and the evil ones have wreaked havoc in this one.

Mondo New York

From Night Flight creator Stuart S. Shapiro. Restored and remastered from a brand new transfer (from the original camera negative), Mondo New York is a cult classic celebration and perversely compelling tribute to the mutant artists and anti-stars of the Naked City circa 1980's Berlin cabaret in all their glory including Joey Arias, Joe Coleman, Karen Finley, Phoebe...Read More

Moon Child

Inspired by famed occultist Aleister Crowley's 1923 novel of the same name, Agusti Villaronga's film centers around the extraordinary 12-year-old David (Enrique Saldana), who has been adopted by a treacherous scientific cult where extraordinary mental powers are common. He begins an archetypal journey across two continents with Georgina (Lisa Gerrard) to find his de...Read More

Mugsy's Girls AKA Delta Pi

Another quintessential USA Up All Night cut joins the Night Flight streaming family: Mugsy's Girls aka Delta Pi. The icon Ruth Gordon is "MUGSY," an eccentric sorority "house mother" turned mud wrestling coach. Starring Laura Branigan as one of the six sorority girls under Mugsy's care who set out to make ends meet by refining their skills at bar mud wrestling an...Read More

Psycho Ape!

“Psycho Ape!“ is a feature film comedy/horror film in the style of a low budget Troma/Roger Corman/Grindhouse production from the minds of Addison Binek, Greg DeLiso, and Stephen Albers. Starring Kansas Bowling (“B.C. Butcher”, ”Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”), and Bill Weeden (“Sgt. Kabukiman”) in this humorous gorilla gore-fest about a psychotic ape that escape...Read More

Punk: The Early Years

This fascinating film, shot in 1977-78, documents the early days of the Punk Rock phenomenon. From its beginnings on London's pub rock circuit to UK chart domination, Punk The Early Years has it all! Includes performances from Sex Pistols, X Ray Spex, Generation X, The Slits, Siouxsie Sioux, Marc Bolan,The Adverts, Eddie and the Hot Rods, Billy Idol, Poly Styrene a...Read More

Putney Swope

A hallmark of 1960s radicalism and one of the first major underground films, Robert Downey Sr.'s seminal Putney Swope remains a classic of social satire. After the CEO croaks during a boardroom meeting at a Madison Avenue ad agency, members trying to sabotage each other's chance of winning the top spot each vote for the token black guy, thereby electing Putney Swope...Read More

Radio On

Christopher Petit's debut feature Radio On is the rare road movie from England. Since its 1979 release, it's become a cult classic. Robert (David Beames), the film's enigmatic protagonist, embarks on a road trip from London to Bristol, to investigate the recent death of his brother. A remarkable collection of art rock, punk and new wave--David Bowie, Devo, Kraftwerk...Read More

Reefer Madness

Reefer Madness is a 1936 American propaganda film revolving around the melodramatic events that ensue when high school students are lured by pushers to try marijuana—from a hit and run accident, to manslaughter, suicide, attempted rape, hallucinations, and descent into madness due to marijuana addiction. The film was directed by Louis Gasnier and featured a cast of ...Read More

Rock 'n' Roll High School

Vince Lombardi High School has quite a reputation: it's the wildest, most rockin' high school around! That is, until a thug of a principal, Miss Togar, comes along and tries to make the school a totalitarian state. With the help of the Ramones, the students of Vince Lombardi battle Miss Togar's iron-fisted rule and take their battle to a truly explosive conclusion!


"Ruby" is a horror film with the emphasis on atmosphere and suspense, but it also contains enough creepy special effects and blood and gore to satisfy the most demanding genre fans. Most of it takes place at night, with all kinds of marvelous influences lurking in the shadows. Directed by cult-film director Curtis Harrington (Night Tide, Queen of Blood, Voyage to th...Read More

Running Time

Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead) stars as Carl, a man who launches a full-scale heist to steal mob money from the prison that just released him. With the help of an old friend (Jeremy Roberts, The People Under the Stairs), a driver and a safe-cracker, Carl's attempt to carry out the heist is fraught with incompetence and bad luck. As the clock ticks and the circumstances ...Read More

Saturday The 14th

It's the second unluckiest day of the year. Pennsylvania is beginning to look a lot like Transylvania in the horror spoof Saturday The 14th! John (Richard Benjamin, Love At First Bite) and Mary (Paula Prentiss, The Stepford Wives) can't believe their good fortune when they inherit the vast estate of John's recently departed uncle. Sure, it's a fixer-upper. But there...Read More

Shadow Zombie

Meet Kim Filth, and enter his horror-film existence - based on fact and blended with fiction. Kim lives with his dad, sells weed to skaters, writes poetry, and snorts painkillers to get through the day. By night, he likes to stroll around painted up as his alter ego, Shadow Zombie, which is how he meets registered nurse and part-time clown Brandi. What follows is a ...Read More

Skin: A History Of Nudity In The Movies

A definitive documentary on the history of nudity in the movies from the early silent days to the present, examining the changes in morality that led to the use of nudity in films while emphasizing the political, sociological and artistic changes that shaped this rich history. Skin delves into the gender bias concerning nudity in motion pictures and will follow the ...Read More


IT IS A MATTER OF GOOD BREEDING. REALLY. After producing Stuart Gordon's hit Re-Animator, Brian Yuzna (Bride of Re-Animator, Return of the Living Dead III) turned his hand to directing with 1989's Society, and gave birth to one of the ickiest, most original body horror shockers of all time. Teenager Bill Whitney (Billy Warlock) has always felt like the odd one out i...Read More

Someone To Love

Orson Welles gives his final onscreen performance in this Un Certain Regard Cannes Official Selection from independent legend Henry Jaglom. A film director's puzzled search for romance and his attempt to find out why life hasn't worked out quite like anyone expected it to features a starry cast including Sally Kellerman, Oja Kodar, and Andrea Marcovicci. 1987.

Southlander: Diary Of A Desperate Musician

With music performances by Beck, Beth Orton, Hank Williams III, Union 13, and Billy Higgins, plus cameos from Laura Prepon, Ione Sky and Elliott Smith, Southlander is a comically uncanny Rock and Roll party adventure. Chance (Rory Cochrane), a hapless LA Musician, has found his ticket to fame, fortune and romance with the coveted keyboard, the '69 Moletron, which g...Read More

Stage Fright

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 E...Read More

Stations of the Elevated

Stations of the Elevated (1981) is a 45-minute city symphony shot on lush 16mm color reversal stock, with a soundtrack that combines ambient city noise with jazz and gospel by Charles Mingus and Aretha Franklin. Directed, produced and edited by Manfred Kirchheimer, Stations weaves together vivid images of graffiti- covered elevated subway trains crisscrossing the gr...Read More


Suburbia is director Penelope Spheeris's study of the Los Angeles punk rock scene in the early 1980s. Evan and his younger brother leave their broken home in an attempt to escape their alcoholic mother. They fall in with "The Rejected" (aka T.R.), a group of punks who live as squatters in an abandoned shack by the side of the highway. With the T.R.s, the boys find a...Read More

The Batwoman (La Mujer Murcielago)

Mexican director Rene Cardona directs this 1968 superhero caper about beautiful crime-fighting luchador known as Batwoman! After the body of a professional wrestler is found off Acapulco’s coastline, the victim, by all appearances, is believed to have drowned. However, the autopsy reveals a very perplexing and disturbing prognosis, when it’s discovered the victim...Read More

The Blue Gardenia

Film Noir from iconic director Fritz Lang featuring music from Nat 'King' Cole. 1953. Norah Larkin's (Anne Baxter) drunken night out with Harry Prebble (Raymond Burr) ends in a hazily remembered confrontation and the next day a startling discovery: Harry has been murdered, and the police have found Norah's personal effects at the scene. Tipped off to the breaking ne...Read More

The Boy In The Plastic Bubble

John Travolta practices impeccable COVID protocols in this 1976 made-for-TV melodrama (based on a true story) about a boy who lacks effective immune systems and had to live in incubator-like conditions. His room is completely hermetically sealed against bacteria and virus, his food is specially prepared, and his only human contact comes in the form of gloved hands. ...Read More

The Criminal Life Of Archibaldo De La Cruz

The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz is executed in traditional Bunuel fashion, where macabre meets comedy. The story begins when an overindulged young boy of ‘privilege’ is shown a music box, which is a family air loom, alleged to cause the death of an enemy when played. The boy decides to test it out, setting his sights on his nanny, who’d recently offended ...Read More

The Legend Of The Stardust Brothers

The lost cult hit has finally made it to North America! Meet the Stardust Brothers, a 1980s Japanese pop duo manufactured by a shady music mogul when he brings together two wannabe stars--punk rock rebel Kan and new-wave crooner Shingo--and transforms them into a girl-friendly, silver-jumpsuited, synth-pop sensation. Along with their appointed #1 fan, who herself dr...Read More

The Mutilator

BY SWORD. BY PICK. BY AXE. BYE BYE. Although the slasher film was in decline by the mid-1980s, there were still some grisly delights to be had... and they don't come much grislier than writer-director Buddy Cooper's sickening stalk-and-slash classic The Mutilator! Originally entitled Fall Break (watch out for the incongruous theme song of the same name!), The Mutila...Read More

The New Barbarians

It's the year 2019 and the world has been devastated by nuclear war. The few survivors try desperately to reach a distant land, only to be thwarted by brutal attacks from the fierce Templars and their leader One. When solitary warrior Scorpion rescues the beautiful Alma from the clutches of the Templars, they join Nadir and a ragtag group of survivors in a furious f...Read More

The Power

War of the Worlds Director Byron Haskin’s final film: The Power! One by one members of a special project team are being killed by telekinesis - the ability to move things with the power of the mind alone. The race is to determine which of the remaining team members is the murderer and how to stop them

The Return Of Captain Invincible

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 Worl...Read More

The Slog Movie

We Got Power Films presents David Markey's (creator of underground cult films 'Desperate Teenage Lovedolls,' 'Lovedolls Superstar,' & '1991: The Year Punk Broke') 1981-82 raw document of the LA/Orange County hardcore punk scene. Like a fanzine on film, The Slog Movie has an intimate backstage/on stage feel. Interviews, humorous interludes, and incredible live perfor...Read More

The Space Movie

Tony Palmer's 1979 documentary "The Space Movie" -- featuring a soundtrack by Mike Oldfield -- was distributed to theaters via Night Flight's founder Stuart Shapiro's International Harmony company in 1980. It was initially created to celebrate the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's achievements with the Apollo 11 mission. It also celebrates the numerous...Read More

The Stunt Man

Lights, Camera, Action! In The Stunt Man, a Vietnam Vet on the run from the law becomes entangled in a movie shoot when he disrupts a staged accident and causes the death of the stunt man. Instead of turning him in, megalomaniac director Eli Cross (portrayed by Peter O'Toole in an Oscar®-nominated performance) offers Cameron an irresistible proposition: replace the ...Read More

The Trial

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.

The Unknown Man Of Shandigor

Swiss director Jean-Louis Roy’s long-lost mid-1960s Cold War super-spy thriller is a marvelous and surreal hall of mirrors, part-DR. Strangelove, part-Alphaville, with sly nods to British TV shows like “The Avengers.” The film stars a Who’s Who of great Sixties character actors starting with the unforgettable Daniel Emilfork as crazed scientist Herbert Von Krantz, w...Read More

The VelociPastor

A Man of the Claw. After losing his parents, a priest travels to China to find meaning in life, but instead inherits a mysterious ability that allows him to turn into a dinosaur. At first horrified by this new power, a prostitute convinces him to use it to fight crime. And ninjas.

The Young Poisoner's Handbook

Based on the true story, The Young Poisoners Handbook is a black-comedy satire about the exploits of a brilliant and disturbed teenage chemistry prodigy. Growing up in a dreary London suburb in the early 50s, Graham Young is an outcast among fellow students and a pariah at home. His gift for chemistry evolves into a fascination with toxic substances and he soon emba...Read More

Thou Shalt Not Kill... Except

Vietnam, 1969. War is Hell. For Marine Sergeant Jack Stryker (Brian Schulz), however, Hell is just the beginning. Trapped outside a Viet Cong village, Stryker takes two bullets to the leg. Sent home from the war, he discovers his ex-girlfriend (Cheryl Hausen) has been kidnapped by a religious cult with a vicious Manson-like leader (played by THE EVIL DEAD and SPIDER...Read More

Tunnel Vision

A vision of 1985 from 1976. A regular feature on Night Flight during the original series run is Tunnel Vision, the "unsightly" (NY Times) social-commentary satire that Night Flight creator Stuart Shapiro distributed via his International Harmony label.  A committee investigating TV’s first uncensored network examines a typical day’s programming. This irreverent (...Read More

Twilight People

ANIMAL DESIRES...HUMAN LUST! Matt Farrell (John Ashley) is plucked from the sea while skin-diving and taken to the foreboding fortress of Dr. Gordon. He is to become part of the doctor's diabolical experiment to create a race of super people. This twisted and maniacal doctor's experiments have so far only created terrifying and hideous creatures. His human guinea pi...Read More

Unmade Beds

See Debbie Harry in this 1976 drama from "No Wave" filmmaker Amos Poe. This is the story of Rico in New York City, who imagines he lives in Paris during the time of "New Wave" filmmaking. He's a photographer who thinks he's an outsider, so he uses his camera like a gun, loading it with bullets of film. He seeks reality to fulfill his fantasy. but, he's also a romant...Read More

Visitors From The Arkana Galaxy

A truly gonzo Croatian sci-fi / fantasy / comedy about a struggling writer named Robert who dreams up a story of gold-skinned alien androids named Andra, Targo and Ulu from a distant planet. Incredibly, his fictional alien creations become reality, causing chaos in his relationship with his girlfriend Biba and threatening his small seaside village. The alluring lead...Read More

What About Me

Featuring an original soundtrack by Johnny Thunders. WHAT ABOUT ME tells the story of a young woman, Lisa Napolitano (Rachel Amodeo), who through uncontrollable circumstances, finds herself homeless in New York City. The film portrays her gradual deterioration as she exists on the streets, intermingling with outcasts of society. Along the ways she encounters a shell...Read More