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In 1966, little Sarah Tusk poisoned her parents to death. Now some twenty years later, Sarah is an inmate at the Lakeview Asylum. Her sister, Victoria, who is now a personal chef, has never forgiven Sarah for her terrible crime and is determined to see her rot in the asylum, and is happy to make Sarah readily aware of her intentions. Little does Victoria realize, Sarah’s bloodlust and insanity have grown and upon learning that her sister won’t help get her out, she hatches a plan to escape on her own. After literally turning Victoria into steak tartare, she ingratiates herself into her sister’s work; fixing a dinner party for Victoria's employers wherein she's the main course. Unfortunately for them, some unwitting cannibalism is the least of their troubles as the meal has been spiked with sleeping pills and the revelers soon awaken in an abandoned wing of Lakeview as guinea pigs in Sarah's demented lab...
Gory, goofy, and all around good "wholesome" fun, director Jerry Ciccoritti’s feature filmmaking debut, PSYCHO GIRLS is an unjustifiably rare Canadian slasher which wastes no time delivering a non-stop barrage of bloodshed, all sandwiched within a deliriously over-the-top and darkly humorous script from Michael Bockner and director Ciccoritti. Never released on disc and long out of commercial circulation, Vinegar Syndrome is proud to present this outrageous course of fine Canuxploitation on Blu-ray for the very first, and presented in its complete version, bursting with brand new extras, and all newly restored in 2K by Vinegar Syndrome.
directed by: Jerry Ciccoritti
starring: John Haslett Cuff, Darlene Mignacco, Rose Graham, Agi Gallus, Michael A. Miranda, Pier Giorgio DiCicco
1986 / 97 min / 1.33:1 / English Mono
- Region A Blu-ray
- Newly scanned & restored in 2k from its 35mm interpositive
- Brand new commentary track with co-screenwriter / director Jerry Ciccoritti and director of photography / editor Robert Bergman
- "Filming Canadian Style" - an interview with Jerry Ciccoritti
- "Psycho Team Effort" - an interview with Robert Bergman
- "A Career Built on Psycho Girls" - an interview with art director Craig Richards
- Audio interview with author and film historian Paul Corupe
- Reversible cover artwork
- English SDH subtitles