Wednesdays get weird when Late Shift host Ross Meyer digs up low-budget b-movies, horror and gore-fests, and camp classics. Punch your timecard at the door to clock your hours and earn a bonus. Plus special custom trashy trailer reel curated by Ross and prize giveaways!
The movie fantasy of yesterday is now the terrifying film experience of the future. Be assured Parasite is the most gripping and frightening movie you will ever see…and in 3-D you will be part of the terror!
The most gonzo movie of 1996 returns to the theaters! Featuring an unhinged, potty-mouthed performance from Reese Witherspoon and an equally wild role from Kiefer Sutherland, Freeway feels like John Waters adapting Little Red Riding Hood. Written and directed by subversive legend Matthew Bright.
Jim Kelly is one cool cat and he’s taking on the mean streets…
What do you do when you wake up to discover you’ve been turned into a Tyrannosaurus Rex? It’s the 25th anniversary of 2019’s most unbelievable repertory film discovery. Directed by Stewart Raffill (Mac and Me, The Ice Pirates), Tammy and the T-Rex is a love story as old as time.
A group of gorgeous gal pals are horrified when one of their friends dies in a tragic naked pillow fight accident during their annual slumber party.
Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer returns to theaters with a thrilling, cinematic presentation that cements its reputation as one of the most harrowing, original American films of all time.
The future has arrived at the Park Plaza Malls where state-of-the-art security robots are installed as the new automated “night watchmen.” When an errant bolt of lightning short circuits the main computer control, these protector robots turn into “killbots”…on the loose and hunting for human lives.
Dial Code Santa Claus is the terror version of Home Alone. A 9-year-old kid in his house, tormented by a demented Santa Claus, fights for his survival by setting traps. Christmas will never be the same again.