- R.I.P. filmmaker Jonathan Demme, director of “Something Wild,” “Stop Making Sense” & other Night Flight faves
- Record Store Day, every day: You got it nicer at Licorice Pizza stores in the 70s and early 80s
- “TV Party”: Glenn O’Brien’s weekly late 70s public-access punk cocktail party TV show
- Zinelandia: Night Flight talks with Joe Biel about “$100 & a T-Shirt,” his documentary about zines
- In 1977, Prince appeared on “The Gong Show,” but no one has ever talked about the episode, until now
- The Wu Tang Collection: The weirdest “Ku Fung Theater”-style mostly-Asian action flicks you’ll ever see
- Bullseye! Arrow Films’ exploitation, Italian horror, spaghetti westerns, drive-in sleaze & more, now on Night Flight Plus!
- “Dynaman”: Night Flight’s popular series featured rubber monsters, good looking Japanese teens, silly jokes, and cool pop music!
- “All Dolled Up”: Night Flight’s exclusive interview with director Bob Gruen about his New York Dolls documentary
- “The Gumby Show”: America’s Favorite Clayboy is back again on Night Flight!
All posts tagged "Sergio Leone"
Bullseye! Arrow Films’ exploitation, Italian horror, spaghetti westerns, drive-in sleaze & more, now on Night Flight Plus!
Night Flight are excited to announce our brand new collection of Arrow Video titles, featuring grindhouse cult classics in numerous “Midnight Movie” cult genres — including exploitation, horror, spaghetti westerns, NSFW drive-in sleaze and more — which...
- Posted March 10, 2017
A Double Dose Of Pecos: Two spaghetti westerns starring genre favorite Robert Woods as a Mexican pistolero
Night Flight continues to serve up our feast of spaghetti westerns from our partners Wild East Productions with two more titles — the graphically ultra-violent My Name Is Pecos (1966) and its more comedic sequel Pecos Cleans...
- Posted August 20, 2016
“Western, Italian Style”: A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Sergio Corbucci’s “Il Grande Silenzio” and other Spaghetti Westerns
We here at Night Flight HQ love Spaghetti Westerns, the hundreds of mostly Italo-Spanish, italo-German, Italo-French or Italo-British productions that typically made during a ten year period (1964 to 1973), films that helped to launch the careers...
- Posted March 6, 2016