- “Tunnel Vision” Redux: Did a Kremlin-backed Russian TV network hack into C-SPAN?
- “Tell them they can laugh at me”: Remembering the humorous side of David Bowie
- Katrina Diaspora: Robert Mugge discusses the making of “New Orleans Music in Exile”
- “Junior High School”: The musical that found the high notes of your awkward hormone-driven years!
- “The Gumby Show”: America’s Favorite Clayboy is back again on Night Flight!
- Subway Blues: Robert Mugge discusses the making of “Last of the Mississippi Jukes”
- Night Flight’s World Music Library: Featuring eight music docs by Moroccan-born producer/director Izza Génini
- Night Flight’s Stuart Samuels tells us about co-producing “The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years”
- Something Weird is happenin’ on Night Flight: Check out our classic cult, hippie & biker flicks, drive-in sleaze and exploitation movies!
- Night Flight brings you Italo-West from Wild East: Imported Spaghetti Westerns
All posts by Bart Bealmear
“Funeral Home”: Some things never rest in peace
Funeral Home — an Alfred Hitchcock-influenced Canadian mystery/horror film now streaming on our Night Flight Plus channel — was originally released in the Great White North under the title Cries in the Night (1980), having been shot...
- Posted June 17, 2016
“Color Me Obsessed”: The tumultuous history of the Replacements
The Replacements are a band that didn’t sell a ton of records, but those that love them are a dedicated bunch. In the documentary Color Me Obsessed: A Film About The Replacements (now streaming on Night Flight...
- Posted May 11, 2016
“The Pom Pom Girls”: How a plotless 1976 teensploitation flick led to the rise of the slasher film
If you’ve seen the 1976 teensploitation flick The Pom Pom Girls, you know that the proclamation in the trailer that it’s “the craziest motion picture you’ve ever seen” is just plain silly, as it’s certainly not the...
- Posted March 26, 2016
“Chopping Mall”: The 1986 sci-fi/comedy/horror film about killer robots on the loose with must-see SFX
Robots designed to help, but actually ruining human lives, have been science fiction fodder since the 1920s. Chopping Mall — a sci-fi/comedy/horror film from 1986 — both embraces and exploits the fear we humans have of murderous...
- Posted February 4, 2016
“I Like It Both Ways”: The bisexual anthem by Australian glam band Supernaut shocked the land down under in 1976
The kings of glam rock — Bowie, Bolan, Sweet, Slade — all hailed from the UK, where the genre was most popular. Most of the glam bands were sexually ambiguous, and though their public image may have...
- Posted December 21, 2015
“Tax Scam Records”: R. Stevie Moore, the mysterious ‘Hotgun’ LP, and the record labels that were born to fail
R. Stevie Moore, as many of you probably already know, is a pioneer in home recording and an early champion of the lo-fi aesthetic. He’s also a beloved cult figure and considered by many to be the...
- Posted November 23, 2015