Night Flight is proud to kick off our 42nd Anniversary Weekend programming on Night Flight Plus with The Residents' “God In 3 Persons” concert film, a Night Flight streaming exclusive that originally premiered in 2020 at New York's Museum of Modern Art. Operatic in its vision and profound in its implications, "God in 3 Persons" examines the controversial concepts of difference and diversity, while also passionately revealing the se...Read More
Blood on the Tracks is the fifteenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on January 20, 1975, by Columbia Records. The album marked Dylan's return to Columbia Records after a two-album stint with Asylum Records. Dylan began recording the album in New York City in September 1974. Blood on the Tracks initially received mixed reviews, but has subsequently been acclaimed as one of Dylan's greatest albums by b...Read More
One of the most revolutionary and influential fashion designers of his time, Martin Margiela has remained an elusive figure the entirety of his decades-long career. From Jean Paul Gaultier’s assistant to creative director at Hermès to leading his own House, Margiela never showed his face publicly and avoided interviews, but reinvented fashion with his radical style through forty-one provocative collections. Now, for the first time, th...Read More
In the sleazy, foreboding world of winos, derelicts and drifters in lower Manhattan, two young runaways – eighteen-year-old Fred (Mike Lackey) and his younger brother, Kevin (Mark Sferrazza) – live in a tire hut in the back of an auto wrecking yard. Life is hard, but the most lethal threat to the boys is the mysterious case of “Tenafly Viper” wine in Ed’s liquor store window. The stuff is forty years old… and it’s gone bad. REAL bad! ...Read More
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 turn tragic, Carl is forced to make the most important decision of his...Read More
In 19th century Russia, a seminary student is forced to spend three nights with the corpse of a beautiful young witch. But when she rises from the dead to seduce him, it will summon a nightmare of fear, desire and the ultimate demonic mayhem. Bursting with startling imagery and stunning practical effects by directors Konstantin Yershov and Georgi Kropachyov, this folk-horror classic based on Nikolai Gogol's novella has influenced gene...Read More
Empty Metal follows five groups of characters, each emblematic of a different extreme political ideology, as they attempt insurrection against the status quo: a queer noise band is coerced into a dangerous assassination plot by a family of militant Native Americans who are aided by a Rastafarian computer hacker who is old friends with a Buddhist hermit whose son is a local militia leader. This tangled web of marginalized voices is...Read More
A group of military personnel have been assembled to, they believe, locate and disarm old active explosives which have been left unattended at a former army testing site on a remote island. But when they arrive at the deserted island, they soon discover that something doesn't seem quite right about their mission. Soon enough, they uncover a strange concrete block which, after accidentally blowing up, unleashes an indestructible, blood...Read More
The is the independent critical guide to the music of The Who, in the crucial years when the legendary Keith Moon was in the band. This study chronicles the British band at its peak as Keith Moon provided the rhythm that drove the band to its biggest successes. Composed of Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, and John Entwistle, the Who added drummer Moon to create one of rock's strongest lineups.
"One of the sturdiest trends in rock videos," Pat Prescott says, "is the use of 'high art' to elevate down and dirty Rock 'n' Roll." Tonight's original episode of Night Flight from the archives is a "Take off" to Art in Music Videos! The episode highlights art and music collaborations like New Order and William Wegman (and the dog supermodel Fay Ray), Grace Jones's cadre of counter-culture luminaries in "I'm Not Perfect," Warhol's vid...Read More
The Cool School is the story of the Ferus Gallery, which nurtured Los Angeles’s first significant post-war artists between 1957 and 1966. In late 1956, medical-school dropout Walter Hopps met artist Ed Kienholz for lunch at a hot dog stand on La Cienega Boulevard. The two drafted a contract on a hot dog wrapper that stated simply, “We will be partners in art for five years.” And with that, the Ferus Gallery was born. Operating out ...Read More
Fatal sushi, lethal chopsticks, and as American as violence! Directed by Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz, the Troma Guys who brought you The Toxic Avenger and Tromeo & Juliet, Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. introduces Sgt. Harry Griswold (Rick Gianasi), a streetwise New York cop who transforms into the world’s most unusual super-human hero.
Drawing on archive film of Black Sabbath in performance, and first hand accounts from band members Glenn Hughes and Geezer Butler we strip away the veneer to see what made the band what they were.
In 1976, during the hottest summer on record, "Star Wars" was shot in suburban North London. Nobody involved had any idea how big the film would become and many couldn't even remember the title. Yet, for the extras and actors in smaller roles, their faces hidden in masks and helmets, this seemingly insignificant job would go on to color their lives four decades later. "Elstree 1976" is a portrait of a cross-section of these people; fr...Read More
This engaging documentary profiles the beat generation legend, whose powerful way with words influenced the countercultural movement. Scored by Patti Smith and Sonic Youth. A Man Within features never-before-been-seen archival footage of Burroughs, as well as exclusive interviews with colleagues and confidants such as David Cronenberg, John Waters, Laurie Anderson, Jello Biafra, and Iggy Pop, the film, demonstrates how Burroughs’ work...Read More
A conversation with Genesis Breyer P-Orridge discussing he/r friendship with William S. Burroughs and the original creation of the album "Nothing Here Now but the Recordings." Dais Records reissues of William S. Burrough's experimental works are available now.
Ittetsu Nemoto, a former punk-turned-Buddhist-priest in Japan, has made a career out of helping suicidal people find reasons to live. But this work has come increasingly at the cost of his own family and health, as he refuses to draw lines between those he counsels and himself. The Departure captures Nemoto at a crossroads, when his growing self-destructive tendencies lead him to confront the same question his patients ask him: what m...Read More
In Performance is a retrospective look at the career of George Harrison, through an in-depth review of his work with The Beatles, his ventures as a solo artist, and his work as a collaborator on various musical projects. Includes rare live performance footage and fascinating interviews.
Boy George was the coat check girl (admittedly stealing money from the purses) .... Bowie, synth beats, and a new freedom of sexual identity were in the air. The Blitz Club spell was cast and a hotbed of talent emerged: Ultravox, Spandau Ballet, Culture Club, Sade, and practically everyone else you've ever heard from the era. This is the entertainingly told story of a cultural revolution - spawned from a grimy West End club patronized...Read More
There is a place. A place where the skies are wide and the forests are thick—and strange. You can lose yourself forever in these woods. You’ll meet truckers with problems and old women with strange powers. You may even make a furry friend. Just be sure to stay quiet. Spend some time with a woman from Oregon who is lost on the road and running away from her past. Now she has a chance to experience everything the grotesque Nor...Read More
The Ramones had it all; the attitude, the music, the raw sound, the stage act. Many years after they disbanded, their influence can still be heard on the new generation of music makers. This documentary combines powerful rare performance footage of The Ramones in action, poignant archive interviews with Joey, Dee Dee and Johnny Ramone and new interviews with Tommy Ramone.
In the final days of the Vietnam War, a squad of rogue U.S. soldiers begins slaughtering American officers. But when a tough Army investigator (Brent Huff of Strike Commando 2) and his partner (Max Laurel of Robowar) are assigned to the case, they’ll tear apart Manila-as-Saigon in a frenzy of machine guns, car chases, stock footage, an ear-worm theme song and some of the most brain-scorching miniatures in ‘80s Italian cinema. Directed...Read More
OBSCENE is the definitive film biography of Barney Rosset, the influential publisher of Grove Press and the Evergreen Review. He acquired the then fledgling Grove Press in 1951 and soon embarked on a tumultuous career of publishing and political engagement that continues to inspire today's defenders of free expression. Not only was he the first American publisher of acclaimed authors Samuel Beckett, Kenzaburo Oe, Tom Stoppard, Che Gu...Read More
Catnip is all the rage with today’s modern feline, but do we really understand it? Is it a source for harmless kicks, or a potentially crippling addiction? Is it a tool to expand one’s consciousness, or a downward spiraling path that can eventually lead to insanity? Once and for all the facts about this controversial substance are frankly discussed, in the long-lost drug educational film that never-was, CATNIP: EGRESS TO OBLIVION. Dir...Read More
In 1969, keyboardist Vincent Crane founded one of the great keyboard-driven bands: Atomic Rooster. Numerous re-shuffles within the group, including Carl Palmer, helped Atomic Rooster to gain immense popularity with the 1971 release of Tomorrow Night and The Devil's Answer. This performance compilation contains rare footage from 1972 with singer Chris Farlowe, who joined from Colosseum, and highlights Crane's incomparable keyboard play...Read More
Seventies glam rock musician Jobriath was known as “The American Bowie,” “The True Fairy of Rock & Roll,” and “Hype of the Year.” The first openly gay rock star, Jobriath’s reign was brief, lasting less than two years and two albums. Done in by a over‐hyped publicity machine, shunned by the gay community, and dismissed by critics as all flash and no substance, Jobriath was excommunicated from the music business. He retreated to the Ch...Read More
Analyzing the long and influential career of "Man in Black" , this documentary draws on commentary from rock journalists and working musicians, rare footage and interviews with Cash himself to chart the course of his rise in the industry. Highlights include performances of "I Walk the Line," "The Man in Black," "Folsom Prison Blues," "There You Go," "Big River" and "Ghost Riders in the Sky."
A hypnotic rumination on the genesis of youth culture from the end of the 19th century to the first half of the 20th, Matt Wolf's Teenage is a living collage of rare archival material, filmed portraits, and diary entries read by Jena Malone, Ben Whishaw, and others. Inspired by Jon Savage's book and set to a shimmering contemporary score by Bradford Cox (Deerhunter), Teenage is a mesmerizing trip into the past and a riveting look at t...Read More
In their second collaboration - released in Italy as Il Giustiziere Sfida La Città (The Vigilante Challenges the City) - Tomas Milian stars as a biker named Rambo (the actor borrowed the name from David Morrell's 1972 novel First Blood) who avenges a friend's murder by orchestrating a war between rival crime families. Director Umberto Lenzi and screenwriter Vincenzo Mannino (House on the Edge of the Park) pack the running time with a ...Read More
Released in Italy under the title Milano Odia: La Polizia Non-Può Sparare (Milan Hates: The Police Can’t Shoot, this first collaboration between director Umberto Lenzi and star Tomas Milian remains both "a degenerate treat" (Mondo Digital) and "definitive Eurocrime" (DVD Talk): When a small-time criminal (a fearless performance by Milian) kidnaps a wealthy industrialist's daughter, he'll trigger a depraved spree of class warfare, sexu...Read More
For their penultimate collaboration, Umberto Lenzi and producer Luciano Martino (Eaten Alive!) brought together Tomas Milian as a cold-blooded crime boss known as ‘The Chinaman,’ John Saxon as a sadistic American mobster looking for his own piece of the action and Maurizio Merli as hot-headed rogue cop Leo Tanzi gunning for them both. Renzo Palmer and Gabriella Lepori co-star in this “fantastic piece of Italian genre cinema and a defi...Read More
For their final collaboration, Umberto Lenzi directs his own razor-sharp screenplay while Tomas Milian delivers a brilliant dual performance reprising the roles of scheming lowlife Sergio 'Er Monnezza' Marazzi from FREE HAND FOR A TOUGH COP as well as his twin brother, hunchbacked sociopath Vincenzo 'Il Gobbo' Marazzi from THE TOUGH ONES. With Milian providing his own characters' dialogue, it's a potent odyssey of trans prostitutes, a...Read More
This lively documentary explores the rise and fall of physical media from the video store era to modern day and its effect on Indie and cult films. With icons like Joe Bob Briggs (MonsterVision), Lloyd Kaufman (Toxic Avenger), Greg Sestero (The Room), Debbie Rochon (Return to Nuke ‘Em High), Deborah Reed (Troll 2), Mark Frazer (Samurai Cop) James Nguyen (Birdemic) and many others.
Devil Kids is a live set from indie rock act, Deerhoof, recorded with four cameras in the comically cramped basement of guitarist Ed Rodriguez and mixed by drummer Greg Saunier. The setlist was 18 songs spanning their history, including many songs never before performed, interspersed with behind-the-scenes footage of Satomi, John, Ed and Greg reuniting, relearning their songs, and cooking noodles. Stick around after the performance fo...Read More
AC/DC had just lost legendary frontman Bon Scott. This would have been the end of the line for most, however, Brian Johnson was recruited and the band produced their most popular album Back In Black. A dedicated team of professionals review the key factors in the conception and creation of the album.
In his short career, Jean-Michel Basquiat was a phenomenon. His dense, bebop-influenced neoexpressionist work emerged in the 1980s while minimalist art was the fad and as a successful black artist, he was constantly confronted by racism and misconceptions. In this documentary portrait of the renowned artist, Basquiat's friend and filmmaker Tamra Davis shines the spotlight on New York City painter, built around a lost, personal interv...Read More
Two musicians (Sean Patrick Flanery, "The Boondock Saints" and Monet Mazur, "Monster-in-Law") are unknowingly drawn into a supernatural scheme. Supernatural darkness covers our planet. Invisible demons destroy the youth. The approaching One World Government enslaves mankind. But Generation X is ready to do battle. And when they rip the mask off the One World Government, our heroes come face to face with the Devil himself! Raging An...Read More
The wild story of the unforgettable global pop hit and the Easybeats who created the pandemonium. Two Dutchmen, a couple of English and a Scott met at Villawood Migrant Hostel in 1964. Within a year they topped the music charts in Australia. Two years later they were world-beaters, Australia's first international rock superstars. Fan hysteria (Easy Fever) was generated wherever they appeared. By 1969 it was over. Lead singer Stevie Wr...Read More
Featuring performance footage and commentary from musicians, fans and critics, this in-depth analysis of alternative rock band the Cure examines the influence of the unique group that came of age in the post-punk era and continues to draw fans today. A rare archival interview with lead singer Robert Smith sheds light on the Cure's music and history, and footage of the band's performance on British show "The Tube" provides a special treat.
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 (Batman, Spider-Man) and Ego Plum ("SpongeBob SquarePants”).
Alternately known as "The Japanese Evil Dead," this legendary, sought after independent 1995 Japanese cult film will enjoy its first ever North American release! Trapped inside a haunted house, a body builder must survive a blood soaked night of insanity to save himself and his friends from a demonic ghost that is hell-bent on revenge.
Master of Puppets assesses the genre-defining album and discusses the influences of the most successful metal/thrash group of all time. Drawing on rare footage, this features the views of a leading team of critics and musicians.
"They think they control him...Think again!" Rocky IV's Dolph Lundgren plays a Soviet undercover agent assigned to infiltrate a rebel African uprising and kill the rebel's leader. He unexpectedly finds himself drawn to the guerillas' cause and gains a new sense of purpose. In the final all-out battle, he leads the rebel forces in an attack against his former comrades. "With a body count that leaves jaws firmly on the floor and a h...Read More
Part 1. The British hard rockers that came to fame as Led Zeppelin are showcased in this documentary full of rare footage and musically rich clips. Contributors include Zeppelin insiders like publicist B.P. Fallon and bodyguard Michael Francis, along with newly released archive interviews with the band, recorded during the 1977 US tour.
From acclaimed director Sang-ho Yeon, "Seoul Station" follows a man sleeping in a train station who becomes a catalyst for the pandemonium in downtown Seoul: a zombie apocalypse. The rapidly-spreading infection propels an authentic family drama, drawing mordant parallels to real-world social horrors. This is the animated prequel to the box office record-breaker "Train to Busan"
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 cartridge bears a "Curse of The Ages", and in playing it, he has just unl...Read More
As much a testament to the band as it is to the city and inhabitants of Sheffield, PULP weaves exclusive concert footage with man-on-the-street interviews and dreamy staged sequences to paint a picture much larger, funnier, moving, and life-affirming than any music film of recent memory. Though culminating with the farewell concert the band played to thousands of adoring fans in their hometown of Sheffield, England, PULP is by no mea...Read More
Elaine, a beautiful young witch, is determined to find a man to love her. In her gothic Victorian apartment she makes spells and potions, and then picks up men and seduces them. However, her spells work too well, leaving her with a string of hapless victims. When she finally meets the man of her dreams, her desperation to be loved will drive her to the brink of insanity and murder. With a visual style that pays tribute to Technicol...Read More
Ft. DANA GOULD & ROB ZABRECKY. Welcome to the 5th installment of the Night Flight Slumber Party! Joining hosts Nick & KJ tonight are comedian DANA GOULD (The Simpsons, Stan Against Evil, Hangin' With Dr. Z, Seinfeld) along with actor/musician/author and Magic Castle magician, ROB ZABRECKY (Otherside with Zabrecky). In this episode, Dana tells us about some of his favorite behind-the-scenes pranks, as well as latest project "Hangin' W...Read More
Sometime in the near future, a major earthquake has devastated the entire California coastline. As the survivors attempt to put their lives back together, a new, more terrifying threat erupts – the rise of a wretched Reich which really rock the Richter scale! The beautiful beaches are now ruled by ruthless gangs… and the gangs are ruled by the SURF NAZIS! Welcome to California! Where the beaches have become battlefields and the waves ...Read More
From Italian master of the macabre Dario Argento (Suspiria, Tenebrae), comes Phenomena (1985, known as 'Creepers' in the US). The young Jennifer Corvino, played by Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Connelly (Labyrinth), is sent to a private Swiss academy for girls where a vicious killer is on the loose. Jennifer has the unique ability to telepathically communicate with insects and an entomologist, Dr. John McGregor (Donald Pleasence, Hal...Read More
The film features frank interviews with former Kinks band members, including drummer Mick Avory, Kinks bassist John Dalton and keys player John 'The Baptist' Gosling, along with archive interviews of Dave Davies. We also hear the first hand accounts of insiders from the Kinks camp along with a team of leading journalists and musicians who help strip away the layers of sensationalism and half truths to produce the ultimate critical rev...Read More
On the 100th anniversary of his birth, internationally renowned director Margarethe von Trotta examines Ingmar Bergman’s life and work with a circle of his closest collaborators as well as a new generation of filmmakers. This documentary presents key components of his legacy, as it retraces themes that recurred in his life and art and takes us to the places that were central to Bergman’s creative achievements. Featuring interviews wit...Read More
Psychotronic classic. Beautifully photographed fantasy about mermaids who assist (and distract) a young scientist in his quest for sunken treasure, complete w/ the infamous Timothy Carey (THE WORLD'S GREATEST SINNER) at his menacing best. This is director John Lamb's third + final cut, filmed in the pearl garden of Mexico's La Paz, and the kelp forest along the coast of Santa Catalina.
Ghostheads is a documentary that explores the extreme side of the Ghostbusters fandom, and looks back at the impact the franchise has had on the world over the past three decades featuring interviews with key cast and crew - including Dan Aykroyd, Ivan Reitman, Ernie Hudson and many others - as well as with Ghostbusters fans all over the world.
Maynard James Keenan, known as the front man for Tool, A Perfect Circle, and Puscifer, moonlights as a winemaker at his own Arizona winery. The reclusive rock star began the long road to bring credibility to his vineyard amidst wine industry prejudice. Keenan enlists Bob Odenkirk, Milla Jovovich, Tim & Eric, and Patton Oswalt to help tell the story of "Merkin"
In 1985, director Javier Elorrieta fused the brutal realism of the Quinqui genre ("delinquent movies") with American-style rural revenge to create one of Spain’s most significant shockers of the decade: When a troubled city doctor (singer/songwriter Patxi Andión) relocates to a remote village, he’ll discover that a horrific tragedy in the town’s past is commemorated by hunting teen addicts as human prey.
I Am Secretly an Important Man is a portrait of writer and poet Steven J. Bernstein (aka Jesse Bernstein), one of Seattle's most celebrated and troubled voices. His angry, surprisingly fresh and lyrical writings are about sensitive souls, drifters and drug addicts; the people alienated by a society that refuses to understand them. Bernstein peels back the ugliness and the darkness of life on the fringe to expose tender and not so tend...Read More
Minor Threat played one of its last shows at Washington DC's 930 Club in June of 1983; they would only play once more in DC. Two years later, the tapes from the 930 show were edited together and Dischord Records released them as the Minor Threat Live VHS video in 1986. This compilation also features performance footage from Buff Hall in Camden New Jersey and a 1980 performance at D.C. Space for Unheard Music Festival.
In this edition of Up Close & Personal, discover the man behind the music with some of rock's best-loved songs as its backdrop and in-depth interviews offering insights into the enigma that was David Bowie.
"Death does not exist. It's only an evolution. An accident that can be corrected..." In The Swamp of the Ravens, Dr. Frosta (Ramiro Oliveros) has been conducting illegal and immoral experiments on the recently deceased in an effort to conquer death and perfect the mental control of his subjects. Frosta is also unwittingly creating a necro-Superfund site by dumping the dead rejects from his experiments into the swamp. The dead are now ...Read More
When four young orphans—Hikari, Ikuko, Ishi, and Takemura—first meet, their parents’ bodies are being turned into dust, like fine Parmesan atop a plate of spaghetti Bolognese, and yet none of them can shed a tear. They are like zombies; devoid of all emotion. With no family, no future, no dreams, and no way to move forward, the young teens decide that the first level of this new existence involves salvaging a gaming console, an old el...Read More
For his final horror hit of the '80s, writer/director Lucio Fulci combined elements of CARRIE, PHENOMENA and SUSPIRIA with the grisly surrealism of his own past classics for one last shocker packed with "brooding, ominous imagery and signature Fulci style" (The Horror Syndicate): When a bullied student at a New England girls school becomes comatose after a prank gone wrong, her tormenters will suffer graphic telepathic punishment that...Read More
The rise and fall of original Pink Floyd front man Syd Barrett is charted in this documentary, which tells the whole story from the formation of Pink Floyd, through Barrett's creative genius, his shocking slide into psychiatric illness and finally to his tragic and untimely death. Includes interviews with many who knew and worked with him.
Instrument is a collaboration between filmmaker Jem Cohen and the Washington D.C. band Fugazi, covering the 10 year period of 1987-1996. Far from a traditional documentary, this is a musical document; a portrait of musicians at work. The project mixes sync-sound, 16mm. Super-8 video and a wide range of archival formats, including concert footage, studio sessions practice, touring, interviews and portraits of audience members from arou...Read More
NIGHT FLIGHT PLUS EXCLUSIVE. Cocaine Cowboys, released in 1979, was directed by German director Ulli Lommel (Blank Generation) and was one of the early films distributed theatrically by Night Flight creator Stuart Shapiro’s International Harmony. Filmed on Andy Warhol's Montauk Estate (and featuring Warhol himself), Cocaine Cowboys stars Tom Sullivan and Jack Palance and captures the irl era when Rock 'n' Roll bands and drug smugglers...Read More
This documentary is a critical review of The Clash's London Calling, featuring rare live performances, alongside interviews with legendary filmmaker and DJ Don Letts (who toured with The Clash), and analysis from a leading team of rock journalists and critics.
Shot at the Camden Palace in London during September of 1985 this rare footage captures Wendy and band during an epochal point in her career of which there is very little other footage around. Having been called the "Queen of Punk Rock" in the early stages of her career, by this time known as the "High Priestess of Metal", gotten a Grammy Nomination for the Gene Simmons (of KISS) produced "WOW" album and just released her speed metal ...Read More
From the minds of Dario Argento and Lamberto Bava comes the horrific Heavy Metal splatter film classic, DEMONS! A strange masked man offers tickets to a horror movie sneak preview at the mysterious Metropol cinema. When a patron is accidentally scratched by a prop displayed in the lobby, she transforms into a flesh-ripping demon! One by one, the audience members mutate into horrible creatures hell-bent on destroying the world. Can any...Read More
Watching television can be hazardous to your health... and bring the end of the world! There's a scary movie on television and the residents of a luxury high-rise building have their eyes glued to their sets. Unfortunately for a young birthday girl, an eternal demonic evil is released through her TV and partygoers soon find themselves fighting an army of murderous monsters. Acid blood, demonic dogs, possessed children and rampaging z...Read More
The Sushi Bites Back! Dead Sushi (デッド寿司, Deddo sushi) is a Japanese culinary comedy-horror from director Noboru Iguchi. Keiko, the daughter of a legendary sushi chef, runs away from home when his Karate-style regimen becomes too severe. Finding work at a rural hot springs inn, she is ridiculed by the eccentric staff and guests.
High Times presents Watermelon's Baked & Baking. Famous for her pot-focused family recipes, High Times "cover girl" Watermelon walks us through how to prepare and bake some very special treats in this one-of-a-kind cooking show, produced by Night Flight creator Stuart S. Shapiro in 2003.