Savage Streets (Blu-ray)
Directed by Danny Steinmann
Linda Blair (The Exorcist, Roller Boogie) is Brenda, vivacious leader of the “Satins”, a fun-loving group of pretty high school girls. The Satins are in for trouble from the first moment they play a harmless prank on the “Scars” -- a vicious gang who runs loose on the Hollywood streets. The Scars and their malevolent leader, Jake (Robert Dryer, The Sisterhood), take their revenge seriously -- first with Brenda’s deaf-mute sister (Linnea Quigley, Return of the Living Dead), and then her soon-to-be-married best friend. Caught up in her rivalry with the cheerleaders, Brenda is at first unaware of the Scars’ involvement, but she soon finds out the full truth. Shocked... full of hate... in a skintight black suit… Brenda searches for the gang members and she takes them out one by one with deadly vengeance. Co-starring John Vernon (Chained Heat, Dirty Harry) and directed by Danny Steinmann (The Unseen, Friday the 13th: A New Beginning), now see the cult classic in widescreen and in HD!
Blu-ray Extras Include:
Audio Commentary by Actors Robert Dryer, Johnny Venocur and Producer John Strong
Audio Commentary by Actors Robert Dryer, Sal Landi and Cinematographer Stephen L. Posey
Audio Commentary by Director Danny Steinmann
Isolated Music Track
Interview with Star Linda Blair
Interview with Actress Linnea Quigley
Two Interviews with Producer John Strong
Two Interviews with Actor Robert Dryer
Two Interviews with Actor Johnny Venocur
Interview with Actor Sal Landi
Interview with Actor Scott Mayer
Kat’s Scratch Cinema Intro with Hostess Katarina Leigh Waters
5.1 Surround (Original 2 Track Mag) and 2.0 Lossless Audio
Dual-Layered BD50 Disc
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