Vinegar Syndrome specializes in the masterful restoration and distribution of cult, horror, and erotic films from the 1960s-90s.
Molly Stewart ( Mitzi Kapture ) is now
a successful freelance photographer and is living in New York. After seeing a familiar woman at an art gallery, Molly begins to suspect that she might be, in fact, her long missing mother. Following her trail to Los Angeles, Molly confronts the woman who
confesses to being her mother, also telling her that she has a younger sister who's in danger of being sold into sex slavery. Despite her mother's request she go home, Molly is determined to help rescue her sister, but not long after her mother is
murdered and Molly finds herself in the center of a major crime syndicate who will stop at nothing to execute their diabolical plans.
Directed by notorious exploitation auteur Tom DeSimone ( Hell Night , Chatterbox ) ANGEL III:
THE FINAL CHAPTER was the last official entry in the franchise. Sleazier and more outrageous than its predecessors, ANGEL III co-stars Richard Roundtree and features cinematography by Andy Sedaris' regular DP, Howard Wexler. Vinegar
Syndrome is proud to present the world Blu-ray debut of this 80s trash classic in a brand new restoration from its original negative.
Bonus Features: 1. Region Free Blu-ray 2. Newly scanned & restored in 2k from its 35mm
original camera negative 3. Audio commentary with writer/director Tom DeSimone, moderated by David Decoteau of RapidHeart.tv 4. Stills gallery 5. Theatrical trailers for Angel, Avenging Angel and Angel III 5. Reversible cover artwork 6. English SDH subtitles
1970 USA horror thriller by Donald Wolfe just released, once cut by the BBFC, on US Blu-ray/DVD Combo
2nd April 2020
Hollywood Horror House is a 1970 USA horror thriller by Donald Wolfe. Starring Miriam Hopkins, David Garfield and Gale Sondergaard.
Cut by the BBFC for 1982 cinema release. Uncut and MPAA R rated in the
US: Uncut and MPAA R rated for:
2020 Vinegar Syndrome R0 Blu-ray/R0 DVD Combo at US Amazon released on 31st March 2020
Vic Valance ( David Garfield ) is an enigmatic young man who has manipulated his way into working at the decaying mansion of a once prolific, but now reclusive and alcoholic,
movie star named Katharine Packard ( Miriam Hopkins ). While the rest of the house staff become suspicious of Vic's intentions, the aging movie queen finds in him a companion and, she hopes, a lover. But as Vic begins behaving in more and more
erratic ways, it becomes clear that he's far more sinister than his demeanor implies and might in fact be a vicious serial killer who has been murdering and dismembering middle-aged women in Hollywood...
A psychedelic proto-slasher by way of
Sunset Blvd, HOLLYWOOD HORROR HOUSE (aka SAVAGE INTRUDER ) was shot on and off between late 1969 and mid 1973 by writer/producer/director Donald Wolfe, with funds from his star home bus tour company. Chock full of lurid, candy-colored
freak-outs shot by John Morrill ( A Boy and His Dog ) along with surprisingly grisly murder set pieces, plus a supporting cast including Gale Sondergaard , Virginia Wing ( Law and Order ), Florence Lake ( Welcome to
Arrow Beach ), and Joe Besser ( The Three Stooges ) in his final role in a feature film, HOLLYWOOD HORROR HOUSE ramps up its weirdness all the way through it's demented final act and comes to Blu-ray from Vinegar Syndrome, newly
restored in 4k from its original 35mm camera negative.
Bonus Features: 1. Region Free Blu-ray/DVD combo 2. Newly scanned & restored in 4k from its 35mm camera negative 3. Historical commentary track with David Decoteau of
RapidHeart.tv and David Del Valle of SinisterImage.com 4. Promotional image gallery 5. Reversible cover artwork 6. English SDH subtitles
1978 UK / USA action war drama by Guy Hamilton, once cut for an 'A" rated cinema release, just released on US Blu-ray
23rd March 2020
Force 10 from Navarone is a 1978 UK / USA action war drama by Guy Hamilton. Starring Harrison Ford, Robert Shaw and Edward Fox.
The Theatrical Version was cut by the BBFC for an 'A' rated
cinema released in 1978. The Theatrical Version was 15 rated on VHS. The Restored Version of 2005 was uncut and 12 rated. The Theatrical Version was MPAA PG rated in the US.
US: The Restored Version is uncut and MPAA Unrated for:
2020 KL Studio Classics (RA) Blu-ray at US Amazon released on 17th March 2020
From Guy Hamilton, the acclaimed director of The Devil's Disciple, Goldfinger, Funeral in Berlin, Live and Let Die and Evil Under the Sun, and Alistair MacLean, the legendary writer of
The Secret Ways, The Satan Bug, Ice Station Zebra, Where Eagles Dare and When Eight Bells Toll, comes this action-packed sequel to the classic WWII adventure The Guns of Navarone. Screen legends Robert Shaw (The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, Jaws) and
Harrison Ford (The Fugitive, Witness) star as fearless commandos on a deadly mission in the darkest days of World War II. Hitler's armies are storming through Europe, annihilating all opposition in their path, but U.S. Colonel Barnsby (Ford) plots to
strike a crippling blow to the brutal Nazi forces. To succeed, he'll need the help of the most skilled and lethal soldiers in the world: the squad led by Captain Mallory (Shaw) and explosives specialist Corporal Miller (Edward Fox, The Day of the
Jackal), fresh from its triumphant mission at Navarone. Carl Weathers (Rocky), Barbara Bach (The Spy Who Loved Me), Franco Nero (The Mercenary), Richard Kiel (Moonraker) and Alan Badel (Arabesque) co-star in this large-scale action saga with remarkable
special effects and stunts. Adapted screenplay by Robin Chapman and adapted screen story by award-winning writer/producer/director Carl Foreman (The Bridge on the River Kwai, The Victors).
Special Features: -BRAND NEW 2K MASTER -NEW Audio
commentary by Filmmaker/Historian Steve Mitchell and Combat Films: American Realism Author Steven Jay Rubin -5.1 Surround and 2.0 Lossless Audio -Optional English Subtitles -Dual-Layered BD50 Disc -Theatrical Trailer
Is Baron Frankenstein truly dead? That's precisely what he wants the world to think. He's had it up to here with a public that doesn't appreciate the trouble a mad scientist goes
through to snatch good body parts. To carry on his work, he holes up in a place where the possibilities are utterly maddening: a home for the criminally insane! A hand here. A brain there ... true to form, the Baron (Peter Cushing) keeps his gruesome
creation (David Prowse, known for his portrayal of Darth Vader) in stitches in this sixth and final fright fest in Hammer Films' Frankenstein cycle.