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Blue Vengeance

Street Date:
May 1st, 2018
Movie Release Year:
1989
Studio:
Vinegar Syndrome
Release Country
United States
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Genres:

Action, Crime, Thriller, Horror

Starring:

Joe Ambrose, Tom Billett, Paul Borghese, Deborah Clifford, Sam Dobbins, and Bob Gosse

Director:

J. Christian Ingvordsen

Plot Synopsis:

Convicted murderer Mark Trex has just escaped from an asylum and is headed for New York City to track down the members of his favorite childhood band, Warriors of the Inferno. Believing that their occult hit song, which told of Satan and death, is true, Trex is determined to see if the band members have held up their part of their pact with evil. However, cop-on-the-edge Mickey McCardle is hot on his trail and determined to end this serial killer's spree.

A strange mash-up of horror and action film, J. Christian Ingvordsen's Blue Vengeance combines gory killings with drug addled underground rock club scenes and corrupt police procedure that's set in the gritty world of late 80s New York, and comes complete with visits to Times Square and the infamous music club, CBGBs. Vinegar Syndrome presents the Blu-ray debut of this direct-to-video rarity, newly restored from its camera negative.

Technical Specs

  • NEW 2K RESTORATION OF THE FILM from the 35mm original camera negative
  • REGION-FREE

Video Resolution/Codec

  • 1080p/AVC MPEG-4

Subtitles/Captions

  • English SDH subtitles

Supplements

  • Commentary track with director/actor J. Christian Ingvordsen, moderated by Michael Gingold
  • Commentary track with actor John Weiner
  • "Making Blue Vengeance" – making-of documentary created by J. Christian Ingvordsen
  • "On Blue Vengeance" – a conversation with J. Christian Ingvordsen & Michael Gingold
  • "The First Man" (1996) – an unreleased surreal science fiction drama from Blue Vengeance co-writer Danny Kuchuck
  • Limited edition slipcover designed by Derek Gabryszak
  • Reversible cover artwork