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Old 1st April 2011, 07:48 PM
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Default Savage Streets – The DVD Specs

Brenda’s got a switchblade and she knows how to use it...



See Linda Blair (The Exorcist) take bloody revenge on a gang of low down dirty street punks in Savage Streets, a brutal journey into rape, violence, switchblades and bear traps.

When Brenda (Blair) and her all-girl gang of tough talking chicks, The Satins, refuse to party with a car full of local drug pushers called The Scars, the girls think nothing of it, but they didn’t reckon on the bruised ego of Jake and his feral pack of no good thugs. Targeting Brenda’s deaf sister, they invade the school and savage her, leaving her on the critical list.

Now Brenda must scour the streets in search of crossbow vengeance in a dangerous B-movie classic that’s the perfect antidote to 80s high school flicks.

SPECIAL FEATURES:
- Reversible sleeve with original and newly commissioned artwork
- Double-sided fold-out poster
- Collector’s booklet featuring new writing on Savage Streets by Kier-la Janisse, author of ‘A Violent Professional: The Films of Luciano Rossi’ and ‘House of Psychotic Women’
- Brand new transfer of the film presented in original 1.85:1 anamorphic aspect ratio
- Original mono audio
- Audio commentary with stars Sal Landi, Robert Dryer and Director of Photography Stephen Posey
- Audio commentary with director Danny Steinmann
- Audio commentary with producer John Strong and stars Robert Dryer and Johnny Venocur
- Confessions of a Teenage Vigilante: An interview with Linda Blair
- Heather Speaks! An interview with Linnea Quigley
- Getting the Job: Producer John Strong on Savage Streets
- Video interviews with Johnny Venocur and Robert Dryer on their characters
- Original Trailer

1.85:1 Anamorphic
Mono Audio
Region 0 PAL
Running time 93 mins

Original art by Tom 'The Dude Designs' Hodge

RRP £15.99

Released 20th June
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Old 1st April 2011, 07:50 PM
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Nice package.If this passes uncut,then it'll be one of Arrow's best yet.
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Please Please Please put this on Blu-Ray.
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Yes, a Blu pleeeeeaaaassseee!
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Blu-ray! Blu-ray!! Blu-ray!!!

I mean... it's uncut and all, so why not!?
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Hmm... got some questions about this dvd:

Will it be a double disc-presentation?
Any subtitles?
Four artwork sleeve options?
Slipcase or regular keepcase?
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Hmm... got some questions about this dvd:

Will it be a double disc-presentation?
Any subtitles?
Four artwork sleeve options?
Slipcase or regular keepcase?
I think I can answer three of those questions. 1 disc, regular keepcase and 2 sleeve options (unless Arrow change their mind and say it's now 4 panels). I'm sure Nosferatu will be able to find out if there are any subtitle


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Thanx stephen.

By the way, will the movie itself actually be 93 minutes as said in the first post?
Almost sounds like a NTSC conversion to me (or will it be in PAL?).
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This is a brand new PAL transfer taken from a new encoding of the only print available to Arrow.
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This is a brand new PAL transfer taken from a new encoding of the only print available to Arrow.
Did Arrow have trouble finding decent, usable elements to master from, then?
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