‘80s dark wave cult film, Liquid Sky, drops as Blu-ray/DVD combo pack on April 24


Vinegar Syndrome/OCN Digital Distribution Proudly Presents

Liquid Sky Available on Blu-ray for the First Time Ever April 24th

Groundbreaking Cult Film Made Indelible Impression on Pop Culture of the Day Featuring an Amazing 2 ½ Hours of Special Features

In one of the most memorable portraits of Manhattan’s early and, ultimately, dark ’80s new wave subculture, Liquid Sky (1982) is an iconic, underground science-fiction masterpiece, which had an indelible impact on pop culture, film, music and fashion.

Available for the first time ever on Blu-ray and highlighted by an acclaimed soundtrack,Liquid Sky will be available April 24 in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack, featuring an amazing 2 ½ hours of special features that make it a must for fans and collectors.

Liquid Sky stars Anne Carlisle in an outstanding dual role as promiscuous, erotic and bi-sexual fashion model Margaret and her gay rival and nemesis, the androgynous Jimmy. The most successful independent film of 1982, Liquid Sky is seen as heavily influencing a club scene called electroclash, which emerged in the early 2000s in New York, Berlin, Paris and London.


Hailed by Time Magazine as ‘a two hour act of imagination,’ Slava Tsukerman’s LIQUID SKY is an underground masterpiece of avant-garde science fiction filmmaking. Set against the visual majesty of New York’s early 80s New Wave scene, and filled with arresting cinematography by Yuri Neyman, along with an acclaimed original soundtrack, Vinegar Syndrome proudly brings this quintessential midnight movie to Blu-ray, newly restored in 4k from its original 35mm camera negative.

ORDER HERE: www.vinegarsyndrome.com



Directed by: Slava Tsukerman
1982 / 112 minutes / Color / 1.85:1 OAR
Starring: Anne Carlisle, Paula E. Sheppard, Bob Brady, Susan Doukas


Features Include:


• Region free Blu-ray/DVD combo pack
• Special Limited Edition Slipcover release (3,000 units)
• Newly scanned and restored in 4k from the 35mm original negative
• Brand new commentary track with: Slava Tsukerman (director)
• Video interview with Slava Tsukerman
• Video interview with Anne Carlisle (actress)
• Director’s introduction
• “Liquid Sky Revisited” (2017) – 50 minute making-of documentary
• Q&A from a 2017 Alamo Dafthouse Yonkers screening with: Slava Tsukerman, Anne Carlisle and Clive Smith (music)
• Isolated soundtrack
• Never before seen outtakes
• Alternate opening sequence
• Behind the scenes rehearsal footage
• Multiple theatrical trailers
• Still gallery
• Booklet with essay by Samm Deighan
• Artwork designed by Derek Gabryszak
• Reversible cover artwork
• English SDH subtitles


About Vinegar Syndrome:


Vinegar Syndrome is an exploitation film/distribution company and film archive located in Bridgeport, Conn. Founded by genre-film lovers for genre-film lovers, Vinegar Syndrome’s mission is to preserve, restore and release the massive number of exploitation titles in our archive. We’re always searching for the rarest and most interesting exploitation movies we can find and, with a constantly growing in-house film archive consisting of thousands of 35mm and 16mm negatives and prints, there’s always a new treasure to be discovered and released. Our goal is to as accurately as possible recreate a theatrical viewing experience and only use digital restoration tools to remove or reduce severe image damage. All film scanning, color grading, digital restoration and disc authoring is performed in house by our sister company, OCN Digital Labs. By constructing a completed DVD or Blu-ray, we offer these films an opportunity to have a new life on home video (and theatrically, in some cases), to find new fans and rediscover old ones. Visit us online: www.vinegarsyndrome.com

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