Disc jockey J.J. Wilson drives though the desert to a small radio station, KAPH, which serves a small seemingly empty town nearby. He bursts in just before midnight, hoping to impress his new workers, but there’s no one else inside. Looking around, J.J. finds antiquated broadcast equipment and a wall with photos of his predecessors. On the turntable is a note with strict instructions of what J.J. is supposed to play, in the proper order. J.J. puts on his disc jockey clothing and settles down to play. When the clock strikes midnight, he begins broadcasting. He puts on the first record, which only has the number 1 on it...Read the full recap
Host: We refer to him by different names. Lucifer, Mephistopheles, Beelzebub. But by any other name, he'd smell of brimstone. These are the ingredients to a one-man stew: a disc jockey, a radio show, and a painting we call The Flip-Side of Satan.