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Kino Cult Adds New Titles for January With “Deep Cuts” Programming



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Every night at midnight (9 Pacific), Kino Cult continues its curated “Deep Cuts” double features, introducing a new pair of films to its collection every Thursday. New arrivals in January include Roman Polanski’s erotic comedy What? (1973) and the marital thriller Honeymoon of Terror (1961), the critically acclaimed The Mountain (2018) starring Jeff Goldblum as a visionary lobotomist and Tye Sheridan as his young protégé, Jess Franco’s erotic fantasies Shining Sex (1976) and Macumba Sexual (1983), and the low-budget sci-fi films Battle for the Lost Planet (1986) and Mutant War (1988).

Tuesdays remain dedicated to “Tune In, Turn On,” our weekly programming slot for mind-bending and psychedelic cinema; and on Saturday nights we introduce “Midnight Mass,” a series of double features showcasing nunsploitation films, religious horror, and the occult.

Kino Cult is a free, ad-supported streaming service that is available as apps for Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, Google TV, iOS, Android, LG Smart TV, and via desktop and mobile at kinocult.com. It is also available as a 24-7 linear FAST (Free Ad-Supported TV) Channel with carriage on Plex, DistroTV, Rad TV, TCL, and on the Kino Cult apps and website.

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