1978 Horror Not Rated 422 Minutes
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Over the past five years, all of us at Vinegar Syndrome have worked to find, restore, and re-issue some of the most eclectic, unique, and unjustly forgotten genre films from the greatest era for independent cinema, the 1960s through 80s. While our focus is always on preservation (and ALL of our restorations are archived in either 2k or 4k, depending on how the film was scanned), on some titles we couldn't justify the expense of Blu-ray and as such, only DVD editions were issued.
However, to celebrate our fifth anniversary, we’ve assembled this limited edition 2-disc Blu-ray collection of five previously DVD only Classic Erotica rarities, spanning the wide reaches of our archive. This set is limited to 2,500 units.
TOO NAUGHTY TO SAY NO: Suze Randall and Victor Nye's colorful New Wave updating of the works of the Marquis DeSade chronicles the exploits of two beautiful Catholic schoolgirls who find themselves whisked off to a world of perverse sexual delights.
HOT AND SAUCY PIZZA GIRLS: Director Bob Chinn's madcap comedy, and arguably one of the films most synonymous with 70s hardcore, PIZZA GIRLS revolves around the daily goings on at an innocent seeming pizza parlor, where the secret toppings invite untold sexual fantasies.
RIBALD TALES OF CANTERBURY: Director Bud Lee's lavish adaptation of Chaucer's classic tome stars the ravishing Hyapatia Lee and presents a plethora of these notorious tales in ways no previous film had ever dared.
PRISONER OF PARADISE: Chinn's brazenly absurd blending of war saga and darkly humorous Nazisploitation finds a US Naval officer (John Holmes) stranded on a tropical island, in the midst of WWII, forced to face off with a fiendish SS vixen (Seka)!
DIXIE RAY HOLLYWOOD STAR: Anthony Spinelli's suspenseful tribute to 40s noir follows the daily grind of a jaded private detective who's been hired to solve the blackmailing of a famous movie starlet, but quickly realizes that he's putting not only his career, but his life in jeopardy."
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