The Church of the SubGenius recruitment movie, "Arise!," was written and edited to work as a documentary feature film, or as twenty separate stand-alone two-to-ten-minute excerpts. Night Flight ever-so-wisely used those modular excerpts as recurring episodes of "Love That "Bob"." (Notice the important if awkward quote marks on the sacred name "Bob"! That’s part of the religion.) The movie was originally assembled, much like the Fra...Read More
Best of 2018: Retro TV and Cult Films
The mob kidnaps a young boy from his mother, Rebecca. The child is the son of a former gang member who stole six million dollars from this crime syndicate. The warning is deadly: “We get our money or the kid dies!” Distraught, Rebecca goes to Hollywood - seeking the whereabouts of her missing husband. There she enlists the help of Sgt. Turquoise - a tough, veteran cop on the infamous Hollywood beat. “Torquey” breaks all the rule...Read More
Before Linda Lovelace's (Deep Throat) untimely death in 2002, the sex superstar sat for a no-holds barred interview with pop-culture historian Legs McNeil for his book, The Other Hollywood: The Uncensored Oral History of the Porn Film Industry. Fortunately McNeil hired a film crew to record the historic event as Linda recounted the making of "Deep Throat," the most successful X-rated film in history, how she introduced oral sex to Ame...Read More
In the dark days of World War II, the Nazi High Command ordered its scientists to create a top secret race of indestructible zombie storm troopers - un-living, unfeeling, unstoppable monstrosities that killed with their bare hands. They were known as The Death Corps. No member of this horrific SS unit was ever captured by the Allied Forces - and, somewhere off the coast of Florida, they have survived... Peter Cushing (STAR WARS), Broo...Read More
A group of New Jersey campers stumble upon the remnants of a meteorite and discover some fanged, worm-like creatures have hitched a ride to Earth. After the camper appetizer, the alien spawn take refuge in the basement of an isolated house...and get ready for the main course! Featuring the new digitally mastered window-boxed transfer in the original filmed aspect ratio of 1.33:1.
Paul Lynde did a number of TV specials but none attained the legendary status of "The Halloween Special." The special aired only once on October 29, 1976 and featured a "Who's Who" of mid 70's TV and film stars, Paul somehow held everything together as the ringmaster of a circus that featured Margaret Hamilton, Witchie Poo from "H.R. Pufnstuf, Tim Conway, Billy Barty with cameos by Betty White and Donnie and Marie. What gives this pro...Read More