Jean-Luc Godard was pretty much undeniably the filmmaker of the 1960s, with an extraordinary run of creativity during which he made 15 feature-length films (À Bout de Souffle to Week End) in seven years. However, the seeds of his next phase of filmmaking were already being sewn with films like La Chinoise and Week End. Things were about to change … Continue reading Tout Va Bien – Blu-Ray Review
Slava Tsukerman’s new wave, sci-fi masterpiece, LIQUID SKY, and it will be making its worldwide Blu-ray debut during our Black Friday sale (November 24th), EXCLUSIVELY on VinegarSyndrome.com in a special limited edition package! The release will feature an all new, director and cinematographer approved, 4k restoration from the original camera negative, along side loads of extra features, … Continue reading ’80s New Wave cult classic Liquid Sky is coming to Blu-Ray Finally!
The original The Return of the Living Dead was a punk rock splatter zombie classic, with one of the best soundtracks of the era—featuring a theme by nobody more appropriate than The Cramps! The first sequel was panned by critics and fans alike, and only made a small profit. However, the series did get back to its … Continue reading The Return of the Living Dead 3 – Blu-Ray Review
Guns at Batasi is a strange war film, because it doesn't really have a war per se: there is a coup d'etat in an unknown African country, but it's very much a film about the end of British colonial rule. Richard Attenborough stars as the very by-the-book Regimental Sergeant-Major Lauderdale, who even has a well-waxed comedy mustache … Continue reading Guns at Batasi – Blu-Ray Review
Edward and Caroline is the earliest Jacques Becker film of the four released this week, the other three are his better-known later films. It's also actually the first time this film has ever been released on home video in the UK as well. Becker was known for attention to detail, and this film is no exception … Continue reading Edward and Caroline – Blu-Ray Review