This special limited edition embossed slipcover is limited to 1,500 units and is only available here at VinegarSyndrome.com!
The American Genre Film Archive (AGFA) represents the world's largest theatrical catalog of exploitation cinema. Their home video line presents a diverse selection of movies, ranging from new preservations of classics from the vast library of Something Weird to the wildest in shot-on-video (SOV) titles. Vinegar Syndrome’s sister company, OCN Distribution, is thrilled to be representing this diverse and unique home video line!
Dropping somewhere between PINK FLAMINGOS, BLOOD FEAST, and an episode of THE BRADY BUNCH on acid, SOMETIMES AUNT MARTHA DOES DREADFUL THINGS is a histrionic psychodrama that could only have originated in the alternate dimension known as Florida. After robbing a bank in Baltimore, cross-dressing Paul (aka Aunt Martha) and his partner Stanley hide out in a Florida town. But it’s only a matter of time before Paul’s paranoia forces him to embark on a demented killing spree. AGFA is thrilled to present one of the most unforgettable exploitation movies of all time -- and an overlooked chapter of early queer cinema -- preserved from the only 35mm theatrical print in existence.
Directed by: Thomas Casey
Starring: Abe Swick, Wayne Crawford
1971 / 95 min / 1.85:1 / English mono
• Region Free Blu-ray
• 2K preservation from the only 35mm theatrical print in existence
• Commentary with queer film historian Elizabeth Purchell + AGFA’s Bret Berg
• Bonus Movie: THE DRAG QUEEN’S BALL
• Shorts: GAY-IN III, CAUGHT IN THE CAN
• Trailers: GAY LIBERATION, LUSTING HOURS, MY THIRD WIFE GEORGE THE QUEEN, SINS OF RACHEL
• Reversible cover
• English SDH subtitles