Night Flight creator Stuart S. Shapiro's, MetalHead Video Magazine (1990-1992): Metalhead is one wild ride down the hardest rocking highway, with backstage posses, exclusive and furious live shows, raw interviews, Of the loud and lewd...Metalhead.
Like long-lost siblings of 1980s late night TV, Night Flight and Dr. Ruth are together at last with the start of a collection of vintage episodes that are streaming right now.
Welcome to the Night Flight Slumber Party - A pajama-clad podcast hosted by Nick Prueher of the Found Footage Festival, along with Night Flight Media Producer, Kara Jean. Joined by an array of celebrity guests like Fred Armisen, Rachel True (The Craft, Nowhere), John Ross Bowie (The Big Bang Theory, Speechless) and more.
It is the year 2032 A.D. Like a Phoenix, the city of MegaTokyo is rising from the ashes of a devastating earthquake. In the twisted canyons of the megalopolis, the Knight Sabers, a small band of high tech mercenaries, fight a lonely battle against the evil GENOM Corporation and its sinister androids, the Boomers.
Visit the Dark Side of MEGATOKYO 2027 in three exciting episodes. Relentless technological development has resulted in the creation of Boomers, artificially intelligent androids with the potential to free mankind from physical labor. But anything that can be used, can also be misused. Part of the Mega Tokyo universe as made popular in the Bubblegum Crisis saga.
A 12-episode Universal serial in which a son avenges the death of his father at the hands of corrupt politicians. He develops a wide variety of complex devices in his crusade . . . ray guns, robots and a 'vanishing belt.'
The program that sparked a fitness revolution, made gyms fashionable, & sold mountains of VHS tapes. Five tapes from 1982-88.
A martial-arts master and his twin brother fight evil in this animated series based on the extremely popular "Beat 'em up" Video-Game franchise published by SEGA.
A match made in retro heaven. We are thrilled to add the original 1950s and '60s Gumby series. With some of the best digital transfers around, we've worked with our archivists to recut special half-hour Night Flight 'episodes' of Art Clokey's classic series.
In 1988, (or perhaps 1987, depending on who you ask), “Night Flight” premiered Dynaman, a re-dubbed parody of the seventh Super Sentai series, Kagaku Sentai Dynaman. The show featured hyperkinetic editing, quick zooms cribbed from Kung fu flicks, and plenty of very early computer special effects. Dynaman was like anime or manga come to life in hyper real color.