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Filmmaker Nicholas Campbell explores the life and death of seminal reggae artist Peter Tosh in an attempt to lay to rest or prove the rumor that Tosh's demise was not due to an accidental shooting during a burglary at his home, but instead was premeditated murder. This intriguing documentary centers upon an audiotape discovered after his death, recorded by Tosh to be used in his autobiography, "Red X". Reggae fans will enjoy seein...Read More
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A psychopathic killer with a penchant for beautiful models stalks the streets in this chilling thriller of futuristic science and volatile passions, starring Kirstie Alley and Joseph Bottoms (The Black Hole) and Jonathon Ratcliff (Bottoms), a man obsessed with a stunning model whom he believes to be his long lost love, Jonathon stalks Rachel...and so does a manic killer. When Jonathon is accidentally blinded, he agrees to the delicate...Read More
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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 a bit deceptive, as the film has both a subtle, delicate shape and a ...Read More
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In the early 1980's, a small group of dedicated Bay Area headbangers shunned the hard rock of MTV and Hollywood hairspray bands in favor of a more dangerous brand of metal that became known as thrash! From the tape trading network to the clubs to the record stores and fanzines, director Adam Dubin reveals how the scene nurtured the music and the music spawned a movement. Murder In The Front Row is told through powerful first perso...Read More
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Videofilia (and Other Viral Syndromes) begins with a teenage misfit spending her first days out of school slacking, experimenting with drugs and cyberspace. She meets Junior online. He’s an aspiring amateur porn dealer, who's into conspiracy theories and is convinced that the Mayan Apocalypse is happening. Once they meet in the 'real world,' a series of bizarre events unfold in this contemporary non-love story portraying postmodern Li...Read More
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For his tenth and final screen appearance as Dracula, Christopher Lee starred - speaking fluent French - in this slyly ingenious 1976 horror comedy directed by Academy Award® nominee Édouard Molinaro (LA CAGE AUX FOLLES): When the Count and his son Ferdinand are driven from their castle by angry villagers, they are accidentally separated and forced to survive in the modern world... But will their love for the same mortal woman break t...Read More
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Chinatown Fair opened as a penny arcade in Manhattan’s Chinatown in 1944. Over the decades, it became an institution, surviving turf wars, changing tastes and the growth of home gaming. As the neighborhood gentrified this haven for a diverse, unlikely community faced its strongest challenge yet. The critically acclaimed documentary about the last hold out of old school arcade culture in New York City, The Lost Arcade, is an intimat...Read More
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From Earl Owensby Studios - the South's biggest producer/distributor of '70s/'80s regional horror and exploitation hits - comes what may be the most obscure and bizarre slasher movie of the entire godless genre: In a 1930s small town rife with lust, corruption and sin, a mysterious figure wielding a scythe arrives to cut an unholy swath of murder, madness and moralizing that may lead straight to Hell. William T. Hicks (DEATH SCREAMS),...Read More
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Motian In Motion is a documentary film about legendary jazz drummer Paul Motian. Filmmaker Michael Patrick Kelly first met Paul Motian while shooting a short documentary about his neighborhood on Manhattan's Upper West Side called Duke Ellington Boulevard. Intrigued by Mr. Motian's illustrious but at that point somewhat unheralded musical career, Michael immediately suggested that they collaborate on a documentary about Mr. Motian. At...Read More
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In February 1972, celebrated jazz musician Lee Morgan was shot dead by his common-law wife Helen during a gig at a club in New York City. The murder sent shockwaves through the jazz community, and the memory of the event still haunts those who knew the Morgans. This feature documentary by filmmaker Kasper Collin explores the two unique personalities and the music that brought them together.
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From Grindhouse Releasing: A documentary on the short-lived craze of Italian cannibal films in the ’70s and ’80s, (to which we are no strangers!) featuring interviews with Umberto Lenzi, Ruggero Deodato, Sergio Martino, Giovanni Lombardo Radice, and Robert Kerman.
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Vacation! is an existential beach party movie about life, death, sex and drugs. When four college friends reunite for a girls’ week at the beach, it’s all bikinis, piña coladas and dance parties at first. But the fun soon fades away… After procuring a psychotropic drug from a sketchy surfer dude, the girls take a very strange trip into the abyss.
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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 Entertainment), Joe Dante, Bill Lustig (Blue Underground), and Frank Henenlotter.
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An executed murderer is reincarnated as a satanic demon sworn to torture the living. He invades a secluded girls' school on the night of a Stay Awake party. This "Angel of Darkness" unleashes a vicious attack of lust, death and destruction on the eight young, innocent girls. Their pretty young teacher gallantly faces up to the full fury of the terror in a climactic battle that pits beauty against beast. 1988.
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The legendary classic…the pillar of the ‘blaxploitation’ genre….Rudy Ray Moore is DOLEMITE! Sent to prison on a frame-up by some crooked cops and his arch rival, the notorious Willy Green, Dolemite is offered an early release if he can bring down Green and city leaders in his pocket who are terrorizing the city. Dolemite, Queen Bee and their beautiful All-Girl Army of Kung-Fu Killers take on the mob in one of the greatest midnight ...Read More
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In this sequel to the cult smash Dolemite, we find our hero on the run from a redneck sheriff who has caught Dolemite messin’ with his woman. He and his posse (including a young Ernie Hudson) dodge the sheriff and his bullets in a high-speed chase that takes them to LA. Upon Dolemite’s arrival, he learns that Queen Bee (Lady Reed) and her Kung Fu Girls have been pushed out of the night-club business by a ruthless competitor who has ti...Read More
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Rudy Ray Moore is Tucker Williams, the rapping owner and main attraction of the Blueberry Hill Disco. An ex-cop with a penchant for head-whacking martial arts, Tucker is called back into action when his nephew (Julius J. Carry III) get hooked on angel dust. Aided by the cool sensibilities of his “Gal Friday” Noel (Carol Speed-The Mack, Abbey), Tucker declares war on Stinger Ray (James H. Hawthorne), the nation’s leading angel dust...Read More
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Petey Wheatstraw (Rudy Ray Moore) was born during a tropical storm, and from the moment he took his first breath he could walk, talk and kick ass. He grows up to become a famous comedian- so famous that his rivals (Leroy and Skillet) can’t handle the competition and plan to do Petey in. When Petey is killed in a drive-by, Lucifer ( G. Tito Shaw) offers Petey his life back, along with unearthly powers, if he will marry the Devil’s ...Read More
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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...Read More
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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 ...Read More
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In this atmospheric blaxploitation classic, a young Christian mother turns away from her faith to a more ancient religion… and summons a tribal priest from the dead to avenge her teenage daughter. Rarely seen since its original release, this striking blend of folklore, African traditions, and supernatural menace stars cult icon Marlene Clark (Night Of The Cobra Woman, Ganja and Hess, Enter The Dragon) . It’s also one of the rare in...Read More
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J.J. (Rod Perry-TV’s “S.W.A.T.”) is a hustler with a conscience. A small-time numbers runner who dabbles in prostitution, J.J. wants nothing to do with the drug trade, which he holds responsible for the continuing slavery of the Black man. After a violent confrontation with mobster Tony Burton (Don Chastain) leaves a friend dead, J.J. becomes the ally of local numbers king Nate Williams (Jimmy Witherspoon), who teaches him how to ...Read More
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African-American scientist Dr. Kenneth Kincade moves his family into an affluent neighborhood, only to be greeted with threats and vandalism by their new white neighbors. Enter John Abar, leader of the militant Black Front for Unity. Abar becomes the Kincade’s bodyguard, allowing the good doctor to continue to his work on a serum that can make an ordinary man invincible. When the bigotry turns murderous, Dr. Kincade uses his serum to ...Read More
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Be careful what you wish for... You just might get it! Nothing attracts attention more than a sealed box... And old McCreedy, the studio's night watchman, should have known that he was courting disaster when he warned Kevin, the new trainee, to stay away from the old vault. But, now, it's too late... The Hobgoblins make no exception for idle curiosity. They're loose and they're ready to make all your fantasies come true... But, be war...Read More
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Joe (Carmine Capobianco) runs a strip club and Kate (Debi Thibeault) is an attractive young manicurist. After bonding over their mutual dislike of grapes, they discover another commonality: both of them are bloodthirsty serial killers. As they begin to balance their obsession with murder and each other, they meet Herman (Frank Stewart), a cannibal who, upon discovering their bloodlust, attempts to lure them into killing as a means to ...Read More
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This new documentary arrival explores McQueen's obsession with speed and the invention of a racing bike, the Desert Racer, a by-product of his relationship with Bud Ekins, his stunt double on "The Great Escape." "Desert Racer" boasts new and candid interviews with Chad McQueen from his Malibu home.
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“What do you do when a guy puts Mayonnaise on your shoulder?... Do the Watusi!" — Howie Mandel circa 1986.  And so goes 3 minutes of towering cringe (even by '80s standards) in tonight’s "Take Off" episode to Comedy in Music Videos from 1988 that also features the legendary Max Headroom, Father Guido Sarducci, Bette Midler, Will Smith and more!
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Amid the gush of early ‘80s low-budget backwoods horror, only one lost classic brought together softcore sex, hardcore violence, Satanic sex cults and a limb-tearing, gut-slinging, beast. When a group of Anthropology students heads deep into the forest to investigate a series of Sasquatch attacks, they’ll discover an immortal brain-blast of crazy hermits, mutilated Girl Scouts, interspecies copulation and “one of the goriest final sce...Read More
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Tonight we "Take Off" to Violence in Music Videos in this 1984 original episode of Night Flight; perfect for triggering your local PMRC chapter. “The following program contains controversial material…” Pat Prescott warns before contrasting the "psychological violence" of the Ramones against the "comic book violence" of Iggy Pop in this '80s time capsule that also features music videos from Golden Earring, and a piercing scream from...Read More
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Megadeth founder Dave Mustaine leads his band through several of the groups best loved tracks including "Symphony Of Destruction," "Tornado Of Souls," and "Holy Wars...The Punishment Due" in this monster concert extravanagaza from the trash-metal legends.
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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 of Times Square (under a theatre marquee for The Lost Boys) complete ...Read More
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When the crew of a saucy photoshoot breaks into an abandoned castle, they will unleash the madness of the male-body-obsessed owner (muscleman Mickey Hargitay in the WTF? performance of his career) who is possessed by the vengeful spirit of a 16th century torturer. Walter Brandi (The Playgirls And The Vampire) and Femi Benussi co-star in this hair-raising orgy of sadism – also known as The Crimson Executioner – from director Massimo Pu...Read More
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São Paulo-born multi-instrumentalist Sergio Sayeg, aka Sessa, releases his sophomore album and Mexican Summer debut Estrela Acesa. The enchanting album evokes a "deep reverence for the rich musical heritage of Brazil," according to label Mexican Summer and the artist's exclusive Night Flight Video Profile is streaming now with two whimsical videos featuring a combination of hand-drawn traditional animation and rotoscoped performance footage.  
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"More Hard Rock bang for your buck" in this final entry of MetalHead Video Magazine with segments that include: Sebastian Bach at Hollywood's posh Le Parc Hotel, The God of Shock Alice Cooper unveils past, present and future secrets in this intimate on-on-on, Dweezil Zappa sound checks and sounds off from the Cat Club in NYC, and Mudhoney Mayhem!
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1984 Home Move: Gun Club On The Road includes never-before-seen footage of the band backstage and onstage during their legendary 1984 tour. This classic line-up only stayed together for this one album, featuring original drummer Terry Graham, as well as guitar from Kid Congo Powers (The Cramps, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds) and bassist Patricia Morrison (Sisters Of Mercy).
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Mexican gothic horror film The Mansion of Madness (1973, released in the USA as Dr. Tarr's Torture Dungeon) is the directorial debut, Juan López Moctezuma who was colleague of Jodorowsky’s. It is loosely based on the Edgar Allan Poe short story: The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether. Inmates take over an insane asylum against the backdrop of extravagant sets and costumed created by surrealist artist Leonora Carrington. Watch...Read More
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The Icarus Line Must Die is a dramatic narrative feature set against the backdrop of the current LA music scene. The film tracks Joe Cardamone, front man of The Icarus Line, as he navigates his way through the ups and downs of the modern music landscape.
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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’s pineal gland has been surgically drained of all fluid. With this pr...Read More
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Wall Writers is the story of the birth of graffiti from Philadelphia and New York City during 1967 to 1973, narrated by the legendary John Waters. The documentary explores graffiti’s eruption into the mainstream society during a period of social turmoil and takes a closer look not only at early graffiti’s place on the wall but its place in the culture of the time. Featuring unprecedented access to and exclusive interviews with graffit...Read More
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Welcome to Night Flight’s exclusive Video Profile of Kate Bush. “This multimedia performance artist has combined dance, music, literature and mime on her way to becoming Britain’s most popular female star,” Pat Prescott says to introduce the pop polymath. Featuring Bush’s candid interview from the Night Flight studios (recorded in November 1985), this episode is an immersive survey of her creative vision and premiered as “Running Up T...Read More
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A NIGHT FLIGHT PLUS EXCLUSIVE: From music film director Tony Palmer comes an extraordinary inside look at the life and music of VANGELIS. It’s hard to escape the music of VANGELIS. His music for the cult movie Blade Runner is among the most influential film music ever written. And, of course, the music for Chariots of Fire (for which he won an Oscar) is still used for almost every other sporting event around the world. The official O...Read More
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Drag City releases veteran noisemakers Dean Spunt and John Wiese's (No Age) debut EP, The Echoing Shell. The label aptly describes the experimental noise release as a "conception in contemporary musique concrète," and you can stream two surrealist, cut-up technique music videos now in their new Night Flight Video Profile.
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For his feature film debut, director Peter Maris (Diplomatic Immunity) took portions of an unfinished urban conspiracy thriller and added a new psycho-killer procedural to create what may be the most unusual/vicious proto-slasher shocker of the '70s: When a series of savage murders rocks St. Louis, the police investigation will lead to a deranged Vietnam vet, an underground organization of white-collar vigilantes, gratuitous nudity, g...Read More
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Following the trend of raunchy direct-to-video sex comedies popularized in the early to mid 80s, director Rick Sloane (Hobgoblins) decided to take his own stab at the sub-genre, creating the surprise hit franchise VICE ACADEMY in 1989. Featuring the comedic exploits of undercover female vice cops who go head-to-head with everything from smut film producers to arch villainesses with plans for sexual world domination, each film mixes T&...Read More
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The Vice Girls Are Back! Didi (Linnea Quigley) and Holly (Ginger Lynn Allen) are Vice cops on their first assignment. Arch-villainess Spanish Fly (Marina Benvenga) is threatening to poison the water supply with an aphrodisiac. The girls infiltrate Fly's headquarters - The Vicearama Club, the seediest, sleaziest hotspot in town. While Holly and Didi get mixed up in a sexy striptease act, the police unveil their secret robot weapon: Bim...Read More
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A full-on comedy assault! Holly (GINGER LYNN ALLEN) and Candy (ELIZABETH KAITAN) are getting off on a new adventure. Warped by a toxic accident, Malathion (JULIA PARTON) is on a rampage. She's an oversexed threat to the community and the environment. Luckily, Holly and Candy aren't nice - they're Vice and this time ... it's global!
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This Night Flight segment from one of our early seasons ('81-83 era) features a 1955 episode of "Showtime at the Apollo," featuring an ensemble of African American performers live from the the landmark Apollo Theater in Harlem. The show is hosted by "Mayor of Harlem" Willie Bryant and features incredible performances from Bill Bailey, Ruth Brown ("Have a Good Time"), Cab Calloway and his Orchestra ("Minnie the Moocher"), Lionel Hamp...Read More
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The rarely-seen but always-surprising giallo The Fourth Victim (not to be confused with The Tenth Victim) stars Oscar nominated Hollywood exile Carroll Baker as the new bride of a wealthy British playboy (Michael Craig) whose three previous wives met with suspiciously accidental deaths. Directed by Eugenio Martín (Horror Express), the story was adapted from a story in Hitchcock Mystery Magazine.
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Hawaiian Rainbow is "music filmmaker" pioneer Robert Mugge 1987 film about Hawaiian music, examining Hawaii's traditional chants, percussion, ukulele, slack-key and steel guitar, male and female falsetto, and the lush vocal harmonies, many of them accompanied by authentic Hawaiian dance styles.
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Richard Kiel stars, writes and executive produces this family film from 1991. It's 1893. Eli, a huge giant, lives high atop Thunder Mountain overlooking the small town of Weaverton. Local town gossips spread ugly rumors that he killed his folks, when in fact they were murdered by a vicious 1,600 pound grizzly bear (Bart the Bear). The giant now finds himself doomed to live as an outcast alone in the forest. Amy, a little eight y...Read More
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An eccentric, introverted man (Bob Bert of Sonic Youth) goes on an adventure in his bathtub. As he explores a warped and lopsided world, he chooses to ignore his surroundings in favor of his favorite comic book. Others around him react to his presence with lust, jealousy, desperation and violence while he remains blissfully naive. Winner of the 2020 LA Punk Film Festival's "Best Animated Film" award.
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A boy is left in charge of several puppets by his mentor, under the condition he doesn't let them drink even one drop of salt water. The puppets, however, have another plan in mind. The boy allows himself to be manipulated by the puppets and enters a world of existential horror. An official Adult Swim short.
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A Night Flight Plus exclusive. Executive Produced by Night Flight Creator Stuart Shapiro, this raw Johnny Thunders concert film captures the controversial artist performing at New York's Irving Plaza on March 13th, 1982. 
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A fine entry in the Stoner Slasher canon from director Dylan Reynolds. Five young women decide to celebrate a birthday by camping in a nearby national park over a weekend. However, their fun ends when they stumble on an illegal marijuana operation hidden and protected by a bloodthirsty maniac. "Whatever else can be said about “4/20 Massacre,” at least it lives up to its ridiculous name." - The Los Angeles Times
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A TV station employee takes a camera crew out to an abandoned factory to investigate a purported snuff film that was made there, only to end up running for her life. Nami hosts a late night home video program. She receives a tape which appears to be a real snuff film. She and her crew investigate the location where she meets a man looking for his brother who warns her to stay away. As she gets closer to the truth, she and her friends ...Read More
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A sequel to the original, Athens, Ga traces the rise of a political movement in Athens-Clarke County. While still driven by the powerful music of the Athens scene, the new film traces the rise of a political movement in Athens-Clarke County and how it (along with many other groups within Georgia, of course) has filtered out, impacting the region and most recently arrived at the very forefront of this national moment! Led by the suc...Read More
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Jess Franco's long-unseen film noir is a hard-boiled tale of betrayal, violence and revenge featuring smoky jazz compositions by Franco himself. Following his international breakthrough with The Awful Dr. Orloff, director Jess Franco delivered a startling crime thriller that pistol-whipped European notions of film noir while lighting the fuse on Uncle Jess' own insane aesthetic. Set in New Orleans and based on a novel by the authors o...Read More
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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.
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Made without dialogue, They Stole the Bomb is a Romanian science fiction spy comedy, with a blend of pantomime, slapstick, visual gags and the occasional verbal noises delivered in the style of Mr. Bean. The story centers around a criminal gang of Runyanesque hoods who steal an atomic bomb, only to have it end up in the hands of a man, who has no idea the satchel he's carrying around town contains a deadly device. Hilarity abounds, as...Read More
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Rififi In The City is a nihilistic trip through a pulp underworld of thugs, snitches, nightclub dames and black-gloved giallo-style murders. Following his international breakthrough with The Awful Dr. Orloff, director Jess Franco delivered a startling crime thriller that pistol-whipped European notions of film noir while lighting the fuse on Uncle Jess' own insane aesthetic.
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Oscar Nominee Karen Black stars as a Manhattan musician recently abandoned by her husband in this charming surprise of a film from independent maverick Henry Jaglom. An Un Certain Regard selection at Cannes. Black composed music for the film and make sure to look out for Orson Welle's cameo as "The Magician."
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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.
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Five years before MAD MAX, producer/director/co-writer/star Sandy Harbutt - in his first and only feature film - ignited Australia's exploitation explosion, launched a global censorship battle and delivered what may still be the best biker movie in history. When an undercover cop (Ken Shorter of SUNDAY TOO FAR AWAY) infiltrates an outlaw motorcycle gang (led by Harbutt), he'll straddle 7000 RPM of screaming steel for a full-throttle h...Read More
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A band of adventurers on the search for a reported fortune in buried treasure, investigate many islands to the south of the Philippines and discover an unknown civilization that may be descendants of the lost continent of Atlantis. These half human, half fish creatures, have pearlized eyes and are able to stay underwater for great lengths of time...a bonus because all of their important rituals, including love-making, take place on th...Read More
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Following Comedy's Dirtiest Dozen, another comedy special directed by Night Flight Creator Stuart S. Shapiro arrives on Night Flight Plus. Nine female standup comics band together in this raucous special recorded at Hollywood's Ivar Theater in December 2004. From Stuart S. Shapiro: In 2003, Judy Cianciotto asked me to produce and direct a woman’s version of my Comedy’s Dirtiest Dozen. In Los Angeles there was a very healthy “Gang o...Read More
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Based loosely on Milovan Glišić's classic 1880 Serbian vampire story After Ninety Years - which preceded Bram Stoker's Dracula by nearly two decades - Djordje Kadijevic's adaptation is a subversive, darkly erotic take on Glišić's pastoral tale of a group of rural villagers beset upon by the infamous vampire Sava Savanovic, who has taken up residence in their local flour mill. Killing off all the millers in succession leaves an opening...Read More
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This classic 1988 comedy concert film launched the careers of Tim Allen, Chris Rock and Jackie The Joke Man Martling. It also features the definitive performance of legendary Bill Hicks. This lost cult treasure of '80s comedy was directed and produced by Night Flight creator Stuart S. Shapiro. Filmed at New York's Minetta Lane Theatre and presented here in widescreen!
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This one hour live set features Jaco and his Word of Mouth band at the Montreal Jazz Festival in 1982. Jaco is In peak form with a top notch band of hand picked musicians in his only full concert performance. A flamboyant performer, brilliant musician, and one of the founders of jazz fusion, Jaco Pastorius was the most innovative electric bass player of all time, creating a fluid sound on the fretless bass that leapt out of the rh...Read More
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From Ashok Amritraj, the producer of Death Sentence, Double Impact and Machete comes the feature film debut of Pam Anderson in the steamy, sexy thriller! After two men are murdered while having sex with a prostitute, Sergeant Peg Peckham (Chelsea Field, The Last Boy Scout) is transferred from vice to homicide and assigned to investigate. Peg's determined to catch the killer and asks her police psychologist boyfriend David Stratton ...Read More
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It’s a music video investigation of the "Male Mystique" in rock tonight, circa 1984. You can probably guess the cast: Prince, Bowie, Springsteen and for added drama, a million dollar (pound) dystopian music video for Duran Duran's “The Wild Boys,” a song inspired by the 1971 surrealist sex novel The Wild Boys: A Book of the Dead by William S. Burroughs. Of course, we couldn’t start this survey without a brief history lesson in Rock's ...Read More
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During one of the most insanely productive periods of his career, writer/director Jess Franco resurrected the character of seedy private eye Al Pereira -- portrayed here by key collaborator Antonio Mayans -- for this 1983 Golden Films Internacional hard-boiled erotic thriller: When down-on-his-luck Pereira is hired by a sultry client (blonde wigged Lina Romay under her pseudonym 'Candy Coster') for a fast-buck job, he'll find himself ...Read More
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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 dreams of a music career, the duo rockets to stardom, only to discover t...Read More
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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.
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Telly Savalas and Robert Shaw star in 1971's A Town Called Hell (aka A Town Called Bastard), Robert Parrish's Euro-Western about a manhunt for a treacherous Mexican revolutionary. Greed and violence explode as the chase for the legendary "Aguila" (Robert Shaw) intensifies and eventually, an entire town is held hostage.