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    Kino Releasing Savage Sisters

    No date yet, but...

    "Brand New 2K Master!Savage Sisters (1974) Starring Gloria Hendry, Cheri Caffaro, Rosanna Ortiz, John Ashley & Sid Haig – Music by Lex Baxter (Switchblade Sisters) – Produced & Directed by Eddie Romero (Black Mama White Mama)."

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    Sweet. I've been waiting for this for what seems like more than a decade. At least once a year, I'd think about watching the DVD but decide to wait for an upgrade. No doubt it won't be worth the wait but hopefully its fun.

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    I found this to be a complete bore and really tame, too. I can't remember much about it, but I'm surprised about the R-rating... I recall it being more like PG film.

    Romero's Black Mama, White Mama was much better than this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Takuma View Post
    I found this to be a complete bore and really tame, too. I can't remember much about it, but I'm surprised about the R-rating... I recall it being more like PG film.
    For me, the cast made it worth seeing. It isn't a masterpiece by any stretch but it sounds like I got more out of it than you did. Sid Haig being a part part of that.

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    Romero's Black Mama, White Mama was much better than this.
    On this we completely agree!
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    For me, the cast made it worth seeing. It isn't a masterpiece by any stretch but it sounds like I got more out of it than you did. Sid Haig being a part part of that.
    Ditto, it ain't great, but it is fun. Only have a TV recording of it, so i'm in for the Blu. It'll probably be cheaper than the MOD DVD when Kino has a sale.

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