1 edition of The vinegar syndrome found in the catalog.
The vinegar syndrome
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by the Gamma Group|
|LC Classifications||TR886.3 .V535 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||146 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||2008489615|
Enter Vinegar Syndrome, a high-end film-restoration-and-distribution company whose focus is on the cinematic low end. The company takes its name from the chemical reaction that deteriorates older varieties of film stock. When they’re poorly stored for long periods, prints literally turn to vinegar. The image presented on the disc is excellent sporting grain, print damage, and artifacts. The depth of color is great and really shows off the beauty of the lighting design. Oddly, the opening title card for David Book and Monique Starr's starring roles is missing from the print that Vinegar Syndrome has used as the master for this release.
After vague, initial reports of terrified Chinese boiling vinegar to "purify" the air, Greenfeld and his staff soon found themselves immersed in the story of a lifetime. Deftly tracking a mysterious viral When the SARS virus broke out in China in January , Karl Taro Greenfeld was the editor of Time Asia in Hong Kong, just a few miles from /5. Vinegar Syndrome goes all out with the bonus features including a commentary track with director Gorman Bechard and star Carmine Capobianco. There’s lots of alternate, extended and outtake footage.
THE TELEPHONE BOOK (, dir. Nelson Lyon, Blu-ray/DVD). Shortly before its release as a Blu-ray/DVD combo, THE TELEPHONE BOOK was screened by some adventurous independent theaters in celebration of its long-awaited appearance on home video. Thanks to Vinegar Syndrome’s restoration process, this weirdo artifact of early s New York hit the big screen . The Telephone Book () – I’ve been a pioneer of this film since I saw it a year ago or so. This is one the best sexploitation flicks you’ll see and one of the more light-hearted ones from Vinegar Syndrome.
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Vinegar Syndrome. 62K likes. Vinegar Syndrome is a film distribution company and archive with a focus on preserving rare and unique cinema/5().
This special limited edition embossed slipcover (designed by Derek Gabryszak) is limited to 2, units and is only available here at. Limit 1 per customer. A major, though forgotten, work from New York's underground film scene of the late 60s and early 70s. Nelson Lyon's, The Telephone Book, tells the story of Alice, a sex-obsessed hippie who falls in love.
Vinegar Syndrome’s disc closes its extras out with a selection of radio spots () while the German release included a longer selection, as well as 15 soundtrack cues, and a bilingual booklet (THE The vinegar syndrome book BOOK is the first of Vinegar Syndrome’s Blu-ray/DVD combos to not feature a booklet).
rows Vinegar Syndrome is a film restoration and distribution company that specializes in. Vinegar Syndrome. 1, likes 6 talking about this. Vinegar SyndromeFollowers: 2K. The Vinegar Syndrome Archive collection will focus on “forgotten cinematic oddities from the video store era” so expect all manner of genre fun from.
Zombie Island Massacre. Flesh-Eating Mothers. A Thousand and One Erotic Nights 1 & 2. Hard Soap, Hard Soap / Disco Lady. Tammy and the T-Rex. The Candy Snatchers. The Angel Collection. Vice Academy Amityville: The Cursed Collection. Vinegar syndrome is a chemical of degradation that occurs with cellulous acetate film and is characterized by an obvious vinegar smell.
A process in which acetate film begins to degrade. This applies to media (cinematographic and photographic film, microfilm) made with acetate backing; most film of this type was made prior to English: vinegar syndrome. One of the most talked about Vinegar Syndrome releases from was ’s they revealed that the Blu-ray was going to be a part of their Black Friday sale, seemingly overnight, there was a buzz among horror fans about the release.
Vinegar Syndrome is a film distribution company and archive with a focus on preserving rare and unique cinema.
A quiet New England town becomes the site of a grisly murder and assault, leaving a young man dead and his girlfriend in critical condition. Sam Cordell, head surgeon and medical examiner at the local hospital, senses something isn’t quite normal about the attacker, but barely a day later, another woman is savagely assaulted and killed.
The Flash Pre-order for Vinegar Syndrome‘s “Halfway to Black Friday” sale is now live over on the company’s official website, and will. Atmospherically photographed and featuring a moody score by Joel Goldsmith (Man’s Best Friend), Vinegar Syndrome brings this nearly unclassifiable piece of early 80s genre weirdness to Blu-ray, newly restored in 4K from its original 35mm camera negative and presented in its completely uncensored version for the first time on disc.
Vinegar syndrome is a phrase used to describe a process of film decomposition in which the celluloid breaks down chemically, resulting in a vinegary odor.
It’s an extremely destructive process that has resulted in the loss of hundreds of older motion pictures. There’s also a good kind of Vinegar Syndrome, one that works to combat the bad. Use vinegar to clean your computer mouse. If you have a mouse with a removable tracking ball, use a 50/50 vinegar-water solution to clean it.
First, Author: Reader's Digest Editors. Vinegar Syndrome digs into the vault for three titles that played in Europe, but never made it across the Atlantic with Forgotten Gialli: Volume 1. Trauma and The Killer Is One of 13 were produced.
Anticipation (, dir: Carlos Tobalina) “Beyond Temptation ” Joyce (Sheila Parks, Casanova II) and Jerry (Jesse Adams, Deep Rub) are newlyweds who, after some mind numbingly awkward conversation, make love for the first breaking in the cheap motel bed (how romantic!), the pair talk about Jerry’s brother Steve (Joey Silvera, Carnal Haven), who apparently had.
Vinegar Syndrome Like many film noir heroes, card dealer Tom Singer (Herschel Savage, PRETTY PEACHES 2) is lured into a deadly plot by the allure of a femme fatale: in this case, the mysterious Messina (Jacqueline Lorians, BLONDE GODDESS), the mistress of high roller Big Man (Jamie Gills, LUSTFUL FEELINGS).
Deadline is another great find for Vinegar Syndrome who’ve grown into a reliable home for 70s/80s Canadian oddities like Sudden Fury () and Incubus (), and while it’s. A brilliant and lamentably neglected gem of early-‘70s underground filmmaking, The Telephone Book gets the deluxe Blu-ray treatment from Vinegar Syndrome, with a sterling high-definition transfer as well as some choice extras.4/5.
The Video Vinegar Syndrome pre sents THE T ELEPHONE BOOK in a full HD p transfer, with a n ana morphic aspect ratio that looks like it came straight from a midnight showing in NYC.
The tran sfer has some dirt and scratches and a layer of grain but beneath it lies a pretty good transfer that shows decent facial and t extu ral detail in close ups. Author: Celluloid Terror (Seth Poulin). Welcome to the home of Vinegar Syndrome, founded in by Joe Rubin and Ryan Emerson to catalog, restore and help release old X-rated films for the home video and theatrical : Erik Piepenburg.The u/vinegar-syndrome community on Reddit.
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