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They Call Me Macho Woman! [Blu-ray] [US]

They Call Me Macho Woman! [Blu-ray] [US]

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Release Date: 30/7/2024

Susan Morris thought she could find peace and quiet by escaping the city and moving to a secluded country town. Unfortunately, she’s picked the wrong day to go house-hunting as she and her mousey real estate agent stumble on a big-money backwoods drug dealing scheme led by the vicious Mongo and his crude gang of inbred thugs. But, when the hillbillies take Susan hostage, they quickly realize they’ve got trouble on their hands and that the pretty, blonde city girl they’ve tied up is in fact a highly trained killing machine!

An expectedly over-the-top stunt spectacle from Northern California auteur Patrick G. Donahue (Kill Squad), whose entire family produced an unbelievable series of one-of-a-kind exploitation classics, THEY CALL ME MACHO WOMAN (originally titled The Edge of Fear) was picked up for distribution by the legendary Troma Entertainment, who have helped cement its legacy as one of the most insane action films in their catalog. Loaded with death-defying stunt work, fast and dangerous car chases, bloody kills, and jaw-droppingly bizarre dialogue, Vinegar Syndrome Archive is excited to offer the world Blu-ray debut of THEY CALL ME MACHO WOMAN, newly restored in 2K from its 35mm camera negative and featuring an ass-kicking assortment of extras.

directed by: Patrick G. Donahue
starring: Debra Sweaney, Brian Oldfield, Sean P. Donahue, Mike Donahue, Jerry Johnson
1989 / 82 min / 1.85:1 / English Mono

Additional info:

  • Region Free Blu-ray
  • Newly scanned & restored in 2K from its 35mm original camera negative
  • Commentary track with William Morris & John Dickson of The Oscarbate Film Collective & Podcast
  • "Shoot Her!" (17 min) - an interview with cinematographer Mike Pierce
  • "They Call Me Uncle Lloyd" (8 min) - an interview with Troma President Lloyd Kaufman
  • Original video trailer
  • Booklet with an essay by film historian and author W. Richard Benash
  • Reversible sleeve artwork
  • English SDH subtitles
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