Sold Out / OOP
Savage Harbor is part of the Vinegar Syndrome Archive collection, celebrating forgotten cinematic oddities from the video store era. This collection was inspired by our own video store, The Archive in Bridgeport, CT.
Unique to this line, each hand numbered limited edition release will come fitted in a specially designed, bottom loading VHS inspired slipcase, while also including a double-sided poster.
These releases will ONLY be available on our website and at participating brick and mortar retailers. Absolutely no other online stores will be stocking them. This release is strictly limited to 4,000 units and will never be re-released in another version.
Joe (Frank Stallone; Barfly) and Chris (Christopher Mitchum; Executioner Pt. 2) live a life of high seas adventures, working as merchant seamen. But after arriving in port in Los Angeles for a brief leave, Joe meets Anne, a desperate young woman with a sordid history of prostitution and heroin addition. As their romance builds, Joe realizes that he's falling in love, but soon Anne's former pimp, Harry, tracks her down, kidnapping and brutalizing her with the intent of forcing her back under his control and into her old ways of life. Determined not to let her go, Joe and Harry form a two man army to rescue Anne and take down Harry and his thugs, once and for all.
A brain-busting mid-80s action extravaganza in the Executioner Pt. 2 vein of mind numbing sleaze, Savage Harbor (also known as Death Feud) also stars Greta Blackburn (Party Line), Anthony Caruso (Zebra Force, Claws), Nicholas Worth (Don't Answer The Phone, Swamp Thing) and Lisa Loring (The Addams Family). Directed by notorious exploitation film auteur, Carl Monson (A Scream in the Streets), Vinegar Syndrome Archive presents the worldwide disc debut of Savage Harbor, presented in a new 2k restoration of its original camera negative!
Directed by: Carl Monson
Starring: Frank Stallone, Christopher Mitchum, Greta Blackburn, Lisa Loring, Anthony Caruso, Nicholas Worth
1987 / 90 min / 1.85:1
• Region Free Blu-ray
• Newly scanned & restored in 2k from its 35mm camera original
• “Do You Like Avocados?” - a video interview with actor Frank Stallone
• Audio interview with cinematographer Jack Beckett
• Double-sided poster
• Reversible cover artwork
• English SDH subtitles