2 items from 2011
Savage Streets, 1984.
Directed by Danny Steinmann.
Brenda (played by the pixie faced Linda Blair) and Heather (80’s scream queen Linnea Quigley) are two very close sisters. Brenda keeps her young deaf sister under her watchful eye at all times, until one fateful day when a fight breaks out in the girls locker room, causing Brenda to not meet Heather on time. Heather is brutally beaten and raped by four gang members. Left for dead in the local gym, Brenda decides its time for a little rough justice.
Bad hairdos, dire fashion sense and a pumping 80’s soundtrack from John Farnham, can only mean one thing; the cult classic Savage Streets has finally arrived on a gloriously uncut DVD from those fine folks at Arrow.
I will admit this straight off the bat, I honestly had no idea what Savage Streets was until about a year ago. »
With an already awesome catalogue of output on both DVD and Blu-ray under their belts, the UK’s favourite cult label, Arrow Video, is a genre force to be reckoned with. So if you just can’t keep your mitts off of the quality material they keep firing out, then feast your eyes on some seriously juicy upcoming releases!
23rd May – The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (Blu-ray)
When Sam, an American writer living in Rome, witnesses an attempted murder in an art gallery and reports the crime to the police, he unwittingly sets the killer’s sights on himself and his beautiful model girlfriend. Things soon start to unravel as it becomes clear that, with the identity of the villain very much open to question, Sam himself is a prime suspect in the case. As the murders continue, Sam begins his own investigations into the serial killings, hoping to somehow clear his name. »
2 items from 2011
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