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Synapse Films to Release Sick Girl

It’s always exciting when there’s another release from Synapse Films to look forward to. Their stuff is consistently high quality, and their catalogue is loaded with hidden gems that other companies wouldn’t normally touch. And while I’m still scarred from watching Let Me Die a Woman, I continue to anticipate each and every release. So it’s with excitement that I talk about their latest disc, Sick Girl.

Synapse urges us to learn just how far some girls will go: SICK GIRL tells the tale of teenage girl, Izzy (Leslie Andrews). Izzy is troubled. With her parents nowhere to be found (and perhaps dead) and her older brother off fighting in Iraq, Izzy is left to take care of her younger brother Kevin all by herself. Local biker Barney offers some assistance to Izzy and Kevin – but he can’t provide any help when it comes to Izzy’s issues… With intense scenes of torture and murder, SICK GIRL delivers a mix of dry humor and extreme gore. Packed with extras, SICK GIRL also comes complete with a horror geek alert! … keep your eyes peeled for Stephen Geoffreys’ (FRIGHT NIGHT, 976-EVIL) return to horror after a 19-year absence!

Sick Girl technical specs:

  • Anamorphic Widescreen (1.78:1) Transfer
  • Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
  • “DEATH BY …” Featurette
  • Original Promotional Teaser and Trailer
  • SICK GIRL Public Service Announcement
  • Bloopers and Outtakes Reel
  • Stephen Geoffreys Interview Segment
  • Chapter Selections

    Very cool. Why not head on over to Amazon and pre-order this sucker? It’s got a lot of promise!

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  • Matt Serafini

    Author (Under the Blade, Feral), slasher movie enthusiast, N7 Operative. Plays games, watches movies, reads books. Occasionally writes about them.

    • The Unknown Murderer

      ‘Let Me Die a Woman’. Looked it up on Netflix.

      No way. No way in hell will I watch that!
      Too Scary!

      Sick Girl looks intriguing, though.

    • Didn’t See It Coming

      It’s so weird seeing my friend covered in blood on the cover. Even weirder, I met her when she as a 15 year old hardcore girl coming to see my band. Too funny. I’ve seen the movie, and she’s good.