See What's Streaming in October on Shout! Factory TV
31 Nights Of Horror is back! Shout! Factory TV is bringing you a scary tale every night this month at 7pm PT, with a deadly double feature every Saturday for twice the terror! And since no skeleton is complete without a funny bone, we’re going to feature a distinctively eerie episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000 for every MSTie Monday. For you action junkies, we have the hard-hitting Abduction, starring Scott Adkins and the tale of fighter pilots trying to survive a crash landing at sea in Dauntless: The Battle Of Midway. There are also five more classic Gene Autry films available with Git Along, Little Dogies; Mountain Rhythm; Rootin’ Tootin’ Rhythm; The Old Corral and Yodelin’ Kid From Pine Ridge. Shout! Factory TV is also proud to present the hip-hop musical, My Name Is Myeisha; a poignant tale about the police shooting of a California teen. Finally, to round out the mouth, we have the hysterical medical follies of The Road To Wellville, with Anthony Hopkins, Matthew Broderick and Bridget Fonda.
Quinn (Scott Adkins, Doctor Strange), a member of a SWAT unit, steps out of a park fountain in an Asian city with no recollection of who he is or where he came from. As he pieces together clues from his past, he vaguely recalls his young daughter, who has been kidnapped. Meanwhile, Conner (Andy On, Zombie Fight Club), a former military operative turned gangster-for-hire, discovers that his wife has also disappeared mysteriously in the middle of the night. These two men, with little in common, realize they must work together to find their loved ones and thwart their mysterious abductors.
A hip-hop musical fantasia, My Name Is Myeisha chronicles the life of a young black woman in California's Inland Empire. Set in 1998, Myeisha Jackson (screen newcomer Rhaechyl Walker) vividly recounts the events of her a life leading to a fateful encounter with local police. Based on the internationally acclaimed, NAACP-award-winning stage play Dreamscape by Rickerby Hinds and anchored by extraordinary performances from Walker and John "Faahz" Merchant, My Name Is Myeisha is a profoundly moving story of self-discovery and the moments that make us who we are.
By June 1942, the Japanese Navy has swept across the Pacific. In an effort to change the course of the war, a United States carrier group is positioned off the coast of Midway, tasked with springing a trap on the enemy. During this pivotal battle, the two-man crew of a U.S. Navy dive bomber is forced to ditch into the sea. Set adrift, the men look toward their comrades for rescue; namely the ragtag crew of an amphibious aircraft, who are sent to search for survivors. Lost in the vast openness of the Pacific, with days passing and the chance of rescue fading, the men are forced to face their own mortality.
Nora Helmer has years earlier committed a forgery in order to save the life of her authoritarian husband Torvald. Now she is being blackmailed lives in fear of her husband's finding out and of the shame such a revelation would bring to his career. But when the truth comes out, Nora is shocked to learn where she really stands in her husband's esteem.