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ON THE ROAD... THERE ARE NO RULES. Life is violent and expendable at Hobo Junction, Tennessee. Only the strong or the street-smart survive. Here, Casey (Margaret Langrick) the con-artist meets a tough but disillusioned fighter named Bird (Paul Coufos). Seeing Bird as her ticket to a better life, the two of them strike an uneasy agreement and head to New Orleans to arrange a match with "The Man" (Jesse Ventura) - the mysterious king of...Read More
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A monumental documentary about the rise of punk rock in the town that needed it most... Washington D.C. When punk rock erupted in Washington DC, it was a mighty convergence of powerful music, friendships, and clear minds. This film is the first to explore the incredible challenges that this subculture faced when it took root in the Nation’s Capital in the late 1970’s. Punk the Capital situates DC punk within the larger narratives of r...Read More
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This documentary follows the band's history, with rare behind-the-scenes both past and present. The Colossus Of Destiny - A Melvins Tale" is a film about a band who have defied all the rules, for over 33 years and counting, and still managed to succeed and do it their own way. This is the journey of band members King Buzzo and Dale Crover which leads us from the backwards-waters of the Chehalis River in Washington State, down throu...Read More
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Director Toshio Matsumoto’s shattering, kaleidoscopic masterpiece is one of the most subversive and intoxicating films of the late 1960s: a headlong dive into a dazzling, unseen Tokyo night-world of drag queen bars and fabulous divas, fueled by booze, drugs, fuzz guitars, performance art and black mascara. No less than Stanley Kubrick cited the film as a direct influence on his own dystopian classic A Clockwork Orange. An unknown club...Read More
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“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 escapes from the zoo and goes on a killing spree.
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Video art innovator and collagist Stan Vanderbeek is profiled in this segment of Night Flight's The Video Artist. Vanderbeek studied at Manhattan's Cooper Union in the 50s where he began a career in experimental video that eventually lead him to Bell Labs, where experiments in computer animation and holographics was greatly expanded in the 60s. “Video is a medium of illusion” he tells Night Flight as he describes his creative mission...Read More
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This raucous, uncompromising journey through determination, friendship and adversity follows Bristol-born rock outfit IDLES as they fight for a place in a divided socio-political environment - and unexpectedly inspire and unify an international community along the way. In a time when the ground is shifting beneath our feet, where open communication and truthful reflection are more vital than ever, we accompany lead singer Joe Talbo...Read More
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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 requires pure virgin blood in order to survive. He travels with his faithful ...Read More