Reform School Girls
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This special limited edition embossed slipcover (designed by Earl Kessler Jr.) is limited to 5,000 units and is only available here at VinegarSyndrome.com!
The Pridemore Juvenile Detention Facility isn’t just a place for troubled teenage girls to serve their time. Instead, it’s a living hell filled with sexual depravity and violence. Jenny, a fresh inmate, becomes the de facto protector of Lisa, an innocent young girl forced to be a plaything to anyone after her body. Then there’s Charlie, a hardened teenaged lesbian who torments her fellow prisoners through brutal acts of sexual sadism. But no one instills more fear in even the toughest girls than the sadistic Edna who, with a blind eye turned by money-hungry Warden Sutter, delights in terrorizing her beautiful prisoners. However, the girls have had enough and things are about to change at Pridemore…
From acclaimed cult filmmaker Tom DeSimone (The Concrete Jungle), REFORM SCHOOL GIRLS is a sublimely trashy and over-the-top women in prison/juvenile delinquent classic, reframed for the grimy punk sensibilities of the 1980s. Starring punk rock superstar Wendy O. Williams (Candy Goes to Hollywood), cult film legend Sybil Danning (The Red Queen Kills Seven Times), and featuring a career performance from former Warhol Superstar Pat Ast (Paul Morrissey’s Heat), Vinegar Syndrome is proud to bring REFORM SCHOOL GIRLS to Blu-ray, featuring a brand new 2K scan along with hours of exclusive extras detailing the fascinating story of how this B-movie masterpiece came to be, that’s every bit as wild as the film itself!
directed by: Tom DeSimone
starring: Wendy O. Williams, Sybil Danning, Pat Ast
1986 / 94 min / 1.85:1 / English Stereo
• Region Free Blu-ray
• Newly scanned & restored in 2K from its 35mm interpositive
• "So Young, So Bad, So What" - an extended making-of documentary featuring brand new interviews with it's cast and crew
• "Pat Ast Superstar" - an interview with theatrical producer Alan Eichler
• "Ode to Wendy" - an interview with author and critic Breanna Whipple on the life and career of actress Wendy O. Williams
• Archival commentary track with writer/director Tom DeSimone
• Commentary track with Queer Film Historian Elizabeth Purchell
• Video footage from the play "Women Behind Bars"
• Original trailers
• Reversible cover artwork
• English SDH subtitles