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Savage Streets


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  • Actors: Linda Blair, John Vernon, Robert Dryer, Johnny Venocur, Sal Landi
  • Directors: Danny Steinmann
  • Writers: Danny Steinmann, Norman Yonemoto
  • Producers: Cleve Landsberg, John L. Chambliss, John Strong, Michael Franzese
  • Format: Anamorphic, Color, DVD-Video, Special Edition, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Navarre Corporation
  • Release Date: Sept. 23 2008
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001AY0FR8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #73,419 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Critic TOP 500 REVIEWER on Nov. 7 2008
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Brenda played by (Linda Blair) is a troubled young woman with a knack for finding trouble at every turn. Repeated run-ins with her Principal (John Vernon) and fellow students are just the norm for this troubled teenager. One night after an encounter with the local street punks the "Scars" Brenda and her friends decide to play a little joke on the "Scars" to teach them a lesson. It's not long after their little prank backfires; that the "Scars" set out to even the score with extreme violence and brutality. After Brenda's deaf-mute younger sister played by former scream queen (Linnea Quigley) is savagely and brutally gang raped at school and left for dead by the "Scars", Brenda sets out to find each of the people responsible and settle the score on her own terms. Fitted beautifully in a black skin tight outfit revealing just enough skin and armed with a crossbow, Brenda goes on an all out rampage against the "Scars" and she quickly administers her own brand of vigilante justice.

The 1980's provided fans with a variety of good vengeance films and the 1984 "Savage Streets" is no exception. The one thing that really appealed to me was that Lind Blair played the role of the hero really well and overall I really enjoyed seeing this movie again. I personally found the gang-rape scene near the beginning hard to watch, because the only time I ever saw this movie on television the rape scene had been excluded. After seeing it, I don't think it was really needed even though it did provide the catalyst for Brenda's character and the further development of the film. The subject matter, level of violence and the manner in which it is carried out will not be suitable for everyone. The film is rated R for a reason due to its graphic language, frontal nudity and graphic rape scene.
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Format: DVD
Savage Streets: Special Edition

What a great blast fromt he past. I hope more Linda Blair movies are released onto dvd, especially Blu-ray. These movies pretty much were the nail in her coffin for any serious acting career but they are very enjoyable and good for the genre. Great watch, highly recommend!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
"JUSTICE FOR ONE" 80'S STYLE! Nov. 7 2008
By The Critic - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The 1980's provided B- Movie fans with a variety of good vengeance films and the 1984 "Savage Streets" is no exception. The one thing that really surprised me was that Linda Blair pulled off the role of the hero really well and overall I really enjoyed seeing this movie again. The movie contains plenty of nudity like the school shower scene and also includes the tub scene with Linda Blair completely?

The first time I saw this movie was on television and one unforgettable scene now included had been previously banned because of the R rating. After seeing the movie again, I think this previously excluded scene wasn't really needed even though it did provide the catalyst for Brenda's character and further development of the film. The subject matter, level of violence and the manner in which it is carried out will not be suitable for everyone. This film is rated R for a reason due to its graphic language, frontal nudity and graphic rape scene.

Brenda played by (Linda Blair) is an excitable young woman with a knack for finding trouble at every turn. Repeated run-ins with her Principal (John Vernon) and fellow students are just the norm for this troubled teenager. One night after an encounter on the street with local punks the "Scars" Brenda and her friends decide to play a little joke to teach them a lesson. It's not long after their little prank backfires that the "Scars" set out to even the score with extreme violence and brutality. After Brenda's sister played by former scream queen (Linnea Quigley) is savagely and brutally attacked, Brenda sets out to find each of the people responsible and settle the score on her own terms.

Fitted beautifully in a black skin tight outfit revealing just enough cleavage and armed with a crossbow, Brenda goes on an all out rampage as she quickly administers her own brand of vigilante justice. As bodies begin to fall, Brenda learns that one of the scars has attacked another one of her friends. Brenda now sets her crossbow sights and focuses all her rage on one person for the final explosive showdown.

Finally, I must commend BCI, Navarre Corporation Company for releasing "Savage Streets" two disc Special Edition for us Linda Blair fans. This film still suffers from some debris and speckling even in the new high definition transfer, but not enough to detract from my overall viewing pleasure. Compared to previous versions this film has been cleaned up considerably. The real let down in this two disc version is the sound quality. There are times throughout the movie when the sound crackles and pops and it's definitely a nuisance at times. Given the great soundtrack, I wish BCI would have remastered the sound in Dolby Digital 5.1.

DVD Features Include:

- New High Definition anamorphic transfer (1.85:1) from the Negative
- Interviews with stars Linda Blair, Linnea Quigley, Johnny Venocur, Robert Dryer and Producer John Strong
- Three Audio commentaries:
- Commentary One with actors Sal Landi, Robert Dryer and Director of Photography Stephen Posey:
- Commentary Two with Director Danny Steinmann:
- Commentary Three with Producer John Strong, actors Robert Dryer and Johnny Venocur
- Trailers
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Caution the Eclectic Dvd release is a bootleg Oct. 1 2011
By Jimmy S - Published on Amazon.com
As the title say it's an unauthorized release and probably stolen from the BCI release. Code Red the legal owner of the american movie rights for this film works currently to add new extras on their version. So don't support bootleggers as the result will be the non-release of those new extras.

I can't understand why Amazon accept to sell illegal product...

Note : We can't give zero star so take the one for a zero
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Decent Movie with a good story Nov. 21 2008
By Charlie Spivey - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I found this to be a good movie. As far as acting goes, I think this is one of Linnea Quigley's best outtings as she did a fantastic job in this. I had originally seen this on VHS years ago. The character developement was really good and had some really sleazy gang members, that you had no problem hating. This film is not for every body as it has some rather intense scenes, of rape, and even tossing a girl of a bridge. The revenge that Linda Blair gets is sweet to say the least. If you can handle the intensity of the film,then it is a good watch. Charlie S.
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
preeminent 80's Aug. 4 2008
By Bartok Kinski - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Definitely of major significance in Linda Blair's post-Exorcist career, this sleazy tale of high school revenge is a must for bad film fans everywhere.

This sympathetic tale tells the story of Brenda (Blair), a tough high school gal who spends her nights drinking peach brandy on the streets of LA with her equally tough friends. One night, they make the mistake of puttering with a gang called the Scars ("careful Brenda, these dudes look dangerous"), and before you know it, the Scars have raped and beaten Brenda's deaf, mute sister. Once Brenda learns the truth of what transpired, she vows revenge on those responsible.

This is the preeminent 80's high school movie - terrible music, awful acting, questionable violence and gratuitous nudity.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
An 80's Classic Oct. 20 2008
By T. Houston - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Great revenge movie from the 80's. The DVD extras are great, The only thing that made it bad was the price. Amazon is higher than anyone else, I could have gotten it from deepdiscountdvd.com $6 cheaper.

THe DVD is worth having for sure.

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