New Arrivals: Your guide to new titles on Night Flight Plus this weekend

By on October 20, 2017

70s Horror

Horror Month continues with new arrivals from the 1970s. Watch with us tonight!

Night Flight might have grown up in the ’80s, but at heart we are and have always been fine purveyors of all that is cult, surreal, cutting-edge, and intriguing from any decade. We do not age discriminate. Hence this selection of 1970s titles we added to Night Flight Plus tonight to keep your October healthy with Horror:

Savage Weekend (1979): A masked killer ruins the weekend with whatever weapons are handy.
The Velvet Vampire (1971): Climax after climax of terror and desire.
Satan’s Wife (1977): A rare and sought after Italian psychotronic horror classic.
Snake People (1971): Boris Karloff’s psycho-sexual voodoo masterpiece.
The Witch Who Came From The Sea (1976): A gruesome, unsung psychological gem.
Invasion of the Blood Farmers (1972): “They planted the LIVING and harvested the DEAD!”


Psychic TV lands on Night Flight with Black Joy

Described by some as a video masterpiece, Black Joy is a colorful and artistic mix capturing Psychic TV in a number of guises. The film includes 2 full length programs previously available only as two separate VHS tapes.

“Black” was filmed live at the Subterrania Club, London, in March, 1991, capturing the band at the height of their acid-phase. “Joy” includes live footage from a show at Manchester Poly in October 1988, as well as promo films for “R U Experienced” and IC Water.”


Night Flight Take’s Off to New Metal in 1988

Our most recent addition to the Original Episode section of Night Flight Plus is the 1988 Take Off to New Metal. Night Flight spans the globe in its coverage of the late ’80s metal scene, including bands from Japan, Germany and at home in the US. Acts included in this essential Night Flight Take Off are Megadeth, Zodiac Mindwarp, Ezo, Warlock and more… Not to be missed!

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