There's Always Vanilla Blu-Ray
Street Date 3/13/18
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Available for the first time on Blu-ray, Night of the Living Dead director George A. Romero's second feature film, There's Always Vanilla - a biting satire of early '70s American society and an unjustly overlooked entry in the late director's filmography. When young drifter Chris meets beautiful model Lynn by a chance occurrence, the pair hit it off and a romantic relationship ensues. But with their wildly contrasting outlooks on life, it soon becomes clear that the coupling is doomed from the outset. Starring Judith Streiner (born Judith Ridley) from Night of the Living Dead and Ray Laine, who would go on to appear in Romero's next film, Season of the Witch, There's Always Vanilla is a unique entry in the director's canon and one that's ripe for reappraisal.
FEATURES:Brand new 2K restoration from original film elements
High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
Original Uncompressed PCM Mono Audio
English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
Brand new audio commentary by Travis Crawford
Affair of the Heart: The Making of There’s Always Vanilla – brand new documentary featuring interviews with producers John Russo and Russell Streiner, stars Judith Streiner and Richard Ricci, and sound recordist Gary Streiner
Digging Up the Dead – The Lost Films of George A. Romero – archive interview with Romero discussing his early films There’s Always Vanilla and Season of the Witch
Location Gallery with audio commentary by Romero historian Lawrence DeVincentz
Reversible sleeve featuring original and newlycommissioned artwork by Gilles Vranckx