Double Exposure [Blu-ray/DVD Combo]
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Vinegar Syndrome specializes in the masterful restoration and distribution of cult, horror, and erotic films from the 1960s-90s.
Michael Callan stars as Adrian Wilde, a prolific photographer whose specialty is shooting nude models for men's magazines. His life starts to unravel when he begins to experience strange and almost lifelike dreams in which he murders the very women he's been photographing. What's more is that he soon discovers that they might not be dreams after all. Has he started to lose touch with reality; is he a calculated killer attempting to create an unbelievable alibi; or is something much more sinister and deadly afoot...
Co-starring Joanna Pettet (Welcome to Arrow Beach) and Seymour Cassel (Killing of a Chinese Bookie), and featuring atmospheric, scope photography by R. Michael Stringer, DOUBLE EXPOSURE is a slick and suspenseful psychological mystery fused with slasher and giallo elements. Inspired by director William Bryon Hillman's 1974 film, The Photographer, but taking a much darker and more violent approach, Vinegar Syndrome brings this distinctly original horror obscurity to Blu-ray, newly restored from its original 35mm camera negative.
1. Newly scanned and restored in 2k from 35mm original camera negative
2. Commentary track with Director William Byron Hillman
3. "Exposing Double Exposure" Interview with Cinematographer R. Michael Stringer
4. "Staying on Task" Interview with Script Supervisor Sally Stringer
5. Isolated score by Composer Jack Goga
6. Original theatrical trailer
7. Promotional still gallery
8. Reversible cover artwork by Derek Gabryszak
9. English SDH Subtitles
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm was surprised by this film - it's definitely watchable. It's not a top quality 80's horror but it's better than I ever imagined it to be.
Yes there is comedy-horror in this one - like killing of the female via a snake in a garbage bag... LOL something funny about it yet it's a kind of trashy horror.
Not a bad film to view if you are tired of other horror films and want to watch something you've never seen before.
As the police often say: Move along. Nothing to see here.