Relive highlights from Night Flight's live stream event from December 31st 2020. We bid adieu to a year from hell in complete Devolved style with Devo's Gerald Casale and guest hosts Dana Gould (Stan Against Evil), John Ross Bowie (The Big Bang Theory) and a live magic show and spirit-summoning by Hollywood's Magic Castle magician & series host of "Otherside With Zabrecky", Rob Zabrecky! Night Flight Plus exclusive.
Based on Michael Allred ("Madman" comics) graphic novel Grafik Muzik, G-Men From Hell follows two corrupt FBI agents played by William Forsythe and Tate Donovan, who sneak out of Satan's dominion for a shot at gaining entrance to heaven. Look out for Gary Busey as the Lt. "Leathermaster" Langdon!
This documentary takes you behind the scenes to explode the myths, honor the legends, and reveal the incredible stories and never-before-seen photographs of rock giants like Mick Jagger, David Bowie, Elton John, Bob Dylan, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Ray Davies, Frank Zappa, Patti Smith and many, many others. This tell-all reveals anecdotes and unpublished photos from the world's most influential music publication, Melody Maker magazine...Read More
This fantastic story finds Merlin, the world's most famous wizard, bringing his magic to the 20th century by opening a shop displaying all of his wonders. Trouble ensues when a possessed toy monkey is stolen and a reporter tries to close the shop down. Directors Kenneth J. Berton. An enigmatic family-horror anthology featuring a satanic cymbal monkey and mother-wife complex we won't dare put to print. Yes, this oddity is probably b...Read More
"More than music, more than television: it's FM-TV!" Tonight, let us take you on an incredible journey through 1980s entertainment ephemera. FM-TV was Night Flight creator Stuart Shapiro's short-lived prime time cable companion series aimed at a slightly different demographic. Fresh from the archives, this relic from 1983 features a dance sequence in between every segment. Alright!
"More than music, more than television: it's FM-TV!" Tonight, let us take you on an incredible journey through 1980s entertainment ephemera. FM-TV was Night Flight creator Stuart Shapiro's short-lived prime time cable companion series aimed at a slightly different demographic. Part two features a lost Doors documentary, interview with members of Journey, rare Cat Stevens performance and clips from Rock & Rule.
Check out segments from our interview with the always classy Lemmy. Lemmy sat down with Night Flight host Al Bandiero in 1984 to talk about Motörhead's upcoming US tour, how he maintains his no-sleep, hard-drinking lifestyle and much more. Members only for this absolute gem from the archive!
We were saddened to hear about Leslie West of Mountain passing away in late December of 2020. His Night Flight interview is an underrated gem of the library. A down to earth and spirited guest, West talks about his success in frank terms while musing about eating bagels behind the stage at Woodstock, watching Cream play on acid and more.
Robert Smith stopped by the Radio 1990 studios to tell interviewer Lisa Robinson about what motivated him to start The Cure, being in a “gloomy band” and why 99% of music is boring. An early Morrissey detractor, Smith is quick to tell Robinson that “The Smiths are an unfortunate comparison…”
Fresh from the vault, an original episode of Night Flight that surveys early TV performances and visuals from rock canon, before the music video revolution. Check out some legendary Beat Club performances (in impeccable quality from the 2 inch masters), stick around for Night Flight Trivia and bonus: all the original commercials.
Punctuated with specially-filmed, dramatic vignettes, Prince and his band bring his Grammy nominated album `Sign 'o' the Times' to life in one of the greatest concert films ever made, capturing Prince at the peak of his musical powers.
A hallmark of 1960s radicalism and one of the first major underground films, Robert Downey Sr.'s seminal Putney Swope remains a classic of social satire. After the CEO croaks during a boardroom meeting at a Madison Avenue ad agency, members trying to sabotage each other's chance of winning the top spot each vote for the token black guy, thereby electing Putney Swope. Swope swoops into action, firing them all and replacing them with ar...Read More
A year before their jaw-dropper SHOCKING DARK, director Bruno Mattei and co-writers Claudio Fragasso & Rossella Drudi first collaborated on this brain-melting mash-up of PREDATOR, ROBOCOP and Philippines war movie mayhem. When a team of badass commandos is hired for a jungle rescue mission, they’ll instead find them hunted by a kill-crazed creature that is part man, part machine and all glorious ‘80s ItaloSleaze.
The plot is familiar: A group of friends comes to party at a backwoods house where a legacy of brutality awaits. But within this minimalist '80s mélange of food fights, feathered hair and abusive slow-motion lurks a relentless synth score, bizarre sexual subtexts and a disturbing shape-shifting behemoth killer. The result is 87 minutes of fever-dream depravity. Former Playgirl centerfold Ted Prior (RAW NERVE, DEADLY PREY) stars in thi...Read More
Sunshine Soup, directed by multitalented designers / artists Misha Hollenbach and Johann Rashid, is a non-linear film keyed to the outer-boundary music created by Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe & Ariel Kalma Hollenbach and Rashid captured extensive footage surrounding the recording of We Know Each Other Somehow. Using handheld HD and 8 mm cameras, they later processed the images with a Fairlight Computer Video Instrument (CVI). With its r...Read More
A girl's life cascades into chaos as her schoolmates suffer gruesome and increasingly bizarre acts of fate, including a deadly wind, machine gun teachers and a pig in a tuxedo holding a knife. From visionary director Sion Sono, "Tag" is a perceptive, shocking and gore-filled exploration of youth and femininity in an increasingly nightmarish world.
Buxom skin-goddess Pat Barrington (Mantis in Lace) is just one of The Acid Eaters a bunch of 9-to-5 working stiffs who become drug-crazed bikers on the weekend! After Miss Barrington kills a galpal in a catfight and the deceased inexplicably returns as a girlfriend for wacky artist Artie, the group enters a pyramid made of giant LSD sugar cubes which is also the entrance to Hell where Artie suddenly turns into The Devil and everything...Read More
Film Noir from iconic director Fritz Lang featuring music from Nat 'King' Cole. 1953. Norah Larkin's (Anne Baxter) drunken night out with Harry Prebble (Raymond Burr) ends in a hazily remembered confrontation and the next day a startling discovery: Harry has been murdered, and the police have found Norah's personal effects at the scene. Tipped off to the breaking news, reporter Casey Mayo (Richard Conte) invites Norah to tell her side...Read More
Rodney Bingenheimer, The Mayor of the Sunset Strip, is perhaps the least-known celebrity in Hollywood, though somehow every celebrity seems to know him. From DAVY JONES' stunt double to KROQ DJ with a talent scout's vision, "Rodney on the ROQ" has done it all.
A real-life "Breaking Bad" for the psychedelic set, "The Sunshine Makers" reveals the untold story of Nicholas Sand and Tim Scully, the unlikely duo at the heart of the 1960s American drug counterculture. United in a utopian mission to save the planet through the consciousness-raising power of a form of LSD called "Orange Sunshine," "The Sunshine Makers" documents the story of these two men who made millions of tabs of LSD -- while tr...Read More
You wake up and an onyx colored envelope is just laying there on the bed by your face; the deadbolts have not been disturbed and the windows are all still latched. Flamingo leather boots and an imperial cape are strewn on the floor from the night before, upon which a hairless cat gives a bored stretch. Groggily, you reach for the envelope. Several articles are inside including a card of some kind of polished bone with an inlaid fi...Read More
Before Rock ‘n’ Roll Nightmare, there was Zombie Nightmare! Adam West joins Tia Carrere (Wayne’s World) and the Legendary Rock Warrior John Mikl “Thor” (Rock ‘n’ Roll Nightmare,) in this macabre tale of voodoo and violence, terror and suspense, and revenge from beyond the grave! Tony Washington (Thor) foils a robbery at a local grocery store only to be run over and killed by a group of savage suburban teens. But the horror has...Read More