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What was intended to be an unofficial sequel to Werner Herzog's NOSFERATU instead became one of the most notoriously fascinating productions in EuroCult history: Klaus Kinski - "now fully in the grip of the 'batsh*t crazy' phase of his career" (Rock! Shock! Pop!) - gives his penultimate performance as the legendary vampire resurrected in modern-day Venice with an insatiable hunger for warm blood and rough sex. Donald Pleasence and Aca...Read More
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In Christopher Bickel's BAD GIRLS, three delinquent, murderous strippers wreak bitch-havoc on a rampaging adventure, killing anyone dumb enough to stand in their way. With the eyeball-throbbing pace of an out of control acid trip, BAD GIRLS feels like a Gregg Araki fever dream while also paying heavy-handed homage to exploitation royalty like Paul Morrissey, Russ Meyer, and Jack Hill (to name a few). The plot within is a simple cha...Read More
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"Tonight I shall meditate upon that which I am." The fury of Black Flag is captured in full in their performance at Bierkellar in Leeds, UK on May 19, 1984. Henry Rollins leads the band through Black Coffee, Rat's Eyes, My War and more in this raw and iconic performance, now streaming in our Punk Documentaries and Concerts section.
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This 1983 comedy travelmercial is one of Jim Carrey’s earliest films and deserves some consideration purely for its concept: a ski resort infomercial dressed up as a buddy comedy. Carrey and Alan Thicke star as two friends who travel to a ski resort looking to hit the slopes and pick up women. Sporting a 2.2 IMDB rating. Yes, please.
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Wand’s Cory Hanson rides into the high desert on a glossy melody through lustrous mists of instrumentation: acoustic, wah-electric and steel guitars, acoustic and electric drums. Pale Horse Rider explores myths and truths of a country on the way down, viewed through a deep-focus lens trained on the city from the deserts on the east; a terminus of unoccupied residential parks and streets fading into craggy footpaths to nowhere, where o...Read More
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Wand’s Cory Hanson rides into the high desert on a glossy melody through lustrous mists of instrumentation: acoustic, wah-electric and steel guitars, acoustic and electric drums. Pale Horse Rider explores myths and truths of a country on the way down, viewed through a deep-focus lens trained on the city from the deserts on the east; a terminus of unoccupied residential parks and streets fading into craggy footpaths to nowhere, where o...Read More
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This long-unseen chum bucket from producer/director/EuroSleaze master Joe D'Amato was shot on location in Florida surf and Rome swimming pools. D'Amato combines '80s teen movie cliches and mysticism with stupefying dialogue, over-the-top performances and shark footage in this timely new arrival from our friends at Severin! A cast of local unknowns – along with, inexplicably, the ‘60s comedy team of Charlie Brill & Mitzi McCall – st...Read More
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Featuring in-concert performances, conceptual video clips and animation woven together in a fabulous album highlighting Eurythmics’ international smash hits Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This), Love Is A Stranger and other songs from their album of the same name.
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Inspired by the success of arthouse films like THE NIGHT PORTER and THE DAMNED, shrewd and shameless exploitation movie producers were quick to the market with low budget cash-ins and created arguably the most sordid, if short lived, sub-genres in the history of the grindhouse: the nazisploitation film! This new award-winning documentary features eye-opening interviews / confessions from Producers, Directors, Cinema Historians and ...Read More
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A documentary investigation that traces violent riots said to be caused by a rare and dangerous French film named Fury of the Demon, which was allegedly helmed by French filmmaker Georges Méliès. Through conversations with filmmakers, producers, journalists, historians and psychologists, this documentary slowly uncovers the truth about the most cursed and disturbing movie ever made.
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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!
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Peter Rader's (Waterworld) directorial debut mixes the visual flair of a gothic horror film with a murder thriller. Newly restored in 4k from its original camera negative, this late period exploitation-horror classic was produced by Nico Mastorakis (In the Cold of the Night).
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A bandleader whose career is nosediving makes a deal with the owner of a bar to sell his soul for success.
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Hellmaster AKA Soulstealer AKA Them (1992) is an American horror film written and directed by Douglas Shulze, and starring John Saxon (Enter The Dragon). The plot follows a psychotic college professor who uses unsuspecting students as laboratory rats, injecting them with a drug that mutates them into brutal killers.
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With uncommon passion and devotion, High Lonesome traces the evolution of bluegrass, one of America's most vital musical fusions, from its folk roots in the Kentucky hills through the innovations which shaped its most modern forms. With over 100 songs and a keen thread of the cultural and historical forces running through them, High Lonesome captures the heart and soul of the music and its founder Bill Monroe, along with other seminal...Read More
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Hammer alumni Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee reunite for this tale of mad monks, primitive humanoids and bloodthirsty zombies set aboard a train bound for Moscow all aboard the Horror Express! Directed by Spanish filmmaker Eugenio Martin, Horror Express remains one for the more chilling horror efforts of the early 1970s.
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Dreams. They come from a place still unknown to science. It remains a mystery how their extraordinary power can excite you with visions of pleasure or overwhelm you with feelings of terror. But what if someone could control these dreams? What if some dark, sinister force could enter someone’s mind and command them at will? For Scott Bruin, that disturbing fantasy may be a reality! An ultra-stylized, DePalma-esque, neo-noir erotic t...Read More
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1992 documentary featuring interviews with legendary Scream Queens and the behind-the-scenes stories about the making of some of the most classic horror films of our time. Featuring interviews with legendary Scream Queens Michelle Bauer, Brinke Stevens, Mary Woronov, Melissa Moore, Elizabeth Kaitan and many more. NOTE: This is a VHS rip and the quality here is not the best. We hope it adds to the charm for you. - TEAM NF.
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This adventure is taken from the popular British comic stripthat ran between 1932 until 1963. Jane and her companion Jungle Jack Buck travel with a team of British adventurers, including 'The Colonel', to Africa and the mythical Lost City. Their mission is to find the fortune in diamonds before they fall into the hands of the Nazis, led by Lola Pagnola.
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In the Paris of 1978, old formulas do not charm listeners anymore and new music must arise. In a male-dominated industry, Ana uses her electronic gadgets to make herself heard, creating a new sound that will mark the decades to come: the music of the future.
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Uncut & remastered in 4k for the first time ever in America! It's been called "a rip-roaring riot of Italian exploitation" (DVD Beaver), "a weird cross between ROMANCING THE STONE and CANNIBAL FEROX" (The Video Graveyard) and "pretty damn entertaining, possibly even brilliant" (Blu-Ray.com). Now experience the wildest '80s cannibal movie you've never seen scanned uncut in 4k from the original negative. Michael Sopkiw (BLASTFIGHTER,...Read More
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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
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Another quintessential USA Up All Night cut joins the Night Flight streaming family: Mugsy's Girls aka Delta Pi. The icon Ruth Gordon is "MUGSY," an eccentric sorority "house mother" turned mud wrestling coach. Starring Laura Branigan as one of the six sorority girls under Mugsy's care who set out to make ends meet by refining their skills at bar mud wrestling and wallowing in a Las Vegas championship tournament to challenge the "N...Read More
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One of the most memorable episodes of Night Flight canon and the purest example of the original series' commitment to avant-garde music and experimental video. Stream the official Video Profile of musical groundbreaker trio, Art Of Noise: The low profile, high tech wiz’s of British music. A production trio with whose unique sonic approach defined the advent of sampling and whose background sounds enhanced the megahits of Yes, Pet Shop...Read More
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Geneva Jacuzzi is well known for her uncompromisingly obtuse synth-driven pop and one-of-a-kind performance art that is comprised of one time only spectacles and installations. Her works have been presented in famous art institutions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art, MOCA, The Broad Museum, Vooruit, Kampnagel, and numerous other venues across the globe. Her videos and live performances depict the shattering of self into a variet...Read More
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King Khan and his 8-piece band The Shrines have toured the world spreading their hypersexual gospel through sensational psychedelic soul with a garage rock approach. Also one half of the group King Khan & BBQ Show with Mark Sultan, Khan is a Canadian musician who has spent the last 25 years as a troublemaker musician with notorious stage antics. Night Flight explores his various projects and prolific output in this special Video Profile.
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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.
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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…”
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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.
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Nick & KJ discuss first concerts, Ian Rubbish, embarrassing moments & more w/ FRED ARMISEN. Later, "Slumber Party Experts," SUSAN & DENISE teach us how to find Narnia whilst playing "7 Minutes in Heaven." Then we check in w/ Detroit band ADULT. "Official" about creepy grammaws, tour diarrhea, and are later joined by a Surprise Guest! NOT TO BE MISSED! We'll also be available in audio-only podcast form! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts o...Read More
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Your innermost fears lead you inexorably to a dream of death... your own death! Using sensory deprivation techniques, a doctor of parapsychology provokes his students to examine their own deaths in evermore horrifying circumstances. Roles are exchanged and shuffled as reality and fantasy become indistinguishable and each new dreadful death proves more terrifying than the last. Their paranormal explorations lead them to an abandoned...Read More
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When an all-girl rock band records an unpublished song by Niccolò Paganini – the 19th Century composer said to have sold his soul to the Devil – they will unleash a skintight spandex nightmare of extreme violins, cheesy power ballads, SUSPIRIA-influenced lighting and outlandish Satanic havoc that QuietCool calls “serious fun…it drips with as much love as it does with blood and gore.”
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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
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Global warming leads to excessive melting of the southern polar ice cap, disrupting Earth's ecosystem. The receding ice brings long dormant ancient sea creatures back to life, monsters that set their sights on Japan. Among the kaiju is an enormous sea beast the locals refer to as the legendary Raiga. The monster attacks the city of Asakusa, bringing death and destruction as he tramples building and lays waste to the military. Can Raig...Read More
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1987. Everett and his party-hungry buddies embark on an all-night road-trip to the Florida beaches, for a week of fun, sun, and beautiful women. Mayhem ensues when 2 jealous girl-friends show up unexpectedly, along with a psycho teacher who's hunting down Everett because he owes her an overdue term-paper.
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Set against the raw majesty of Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheater, this post-Fleetwood Mac concert by Stevie Nicks captures this sensual, poetic artist in breathtaking surroundings. Backed by her sizable band, Nicks' distinctive, dusky vocals showcase beautifully on all these selections. Special guests include Mike Fleetwood and Peter Frampton. With her unbelievably husky voice, glowing blond mane, and penchant for scarves and lace, St...Read More
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Suburbia is director Penelope Spheeris's study of the Los Angeles punk rock scene in the early 1980s. Evan and his younger brother leave their broken home in an attempt to escape their alcoholic mother. They fall in with "The Rejected" (aka T.R.), a group of punks who live as squatters in an abandoned shack by the side of the highway. With the T.R.s, the boys find a new family. But their new family will be tested when they become the ...Read More
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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
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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
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Before Charlie Ahearn shot his seminal hip-hop film "Wild Style" in 1982, he was directly exposed to the bourgeoning hip-hop, break-dancing and graffiti movement, while shooting his super-8 martial arts epic "The Deadly Art of Survival" around the projects (next door to his apartment) in the Lower East Side in 1979. It stars Nathan Ingram, a true to life martial arts hero, who in this movie version struggles against local drug dealers...Read More
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The Howlin' Wolf Story documents the life of blues legend Chester 'Howlin' Wolf' Burnett and features rare material, including performances of many of his classic Chess Records tunes, an appearance on the show Shindig introduced by the Rolling Stones (1964) and drummer Sam Lay's home movies from the Chicago Blues scene of the 1960s.
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The original take-off cult classic from the highly successful team of David Zucker, Jim Abrahams and Jerry Zucker (Airplane, The Naked Gun), this “uproariously funny [film]” (TV Guide) launched a thousand laughs and serves as a precursor to the raunch-fests of the ‘80s and the blockbuster success of the Farrelly Brothers films. Directed by the legendary John Landis (Animal House, The Blues Brothers), The Kentucky Fried Movie features ...Read More
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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.
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1984. On a small Greek island, a young American widow ("Escape from New York's" Adrenne Barbeau) and her son find a man ("2001: A Space Odyssey's" Keir Dullea) washed ashore, unconscious, with an odd series of numbers tattooed on his back. This mysterious stranger with two hearts possesses magical powers which could change history, and only a miracle could send him back to his world--the only miracle he can't perform.
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Anthony Perkins (PSYCHO) stars in Orson Welles' adaption of the Franz Kafka novel. A taut psychological thriller and drama about a man who is accused of a mysterious crime that he has no recollection of, caught in a nightmarish labyrinth of bureaucracy leading him to doubt his own innocence.
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The Beatles said that Harry Nilsson was their favorite American musician. Nilsson won two Grammys® and was the recipient of seventeen gold records, yet he is relatively unknown today. Who is Harry Nilsson?, a wildly entertaining, star-studded documentary, tells the story of one of the most talented singer-songwriters in pop music history. His hits includes the Grammy® winning "Everybody's Talkin'" and "Without You," as well as "Coconu...Read More
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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
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Not a zombie in sight... but you will find "Mr. Spock" Leonard Nimoy, who got his start right here! Produced on a minuscule budget, Republic Serial "Zombies of the Stratosphere" offered a weekly injection of action and adventure in the '50s Saturday matinee. Relying on story and creativity, the serial still delivers a punch without earth-splitting explosions, computerized special effects or tough-guy one-liners.