The Exterminator Burns Up Blu-ray!

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We’ve written a ton of stories over the last two weeks, but this is the only one that has genuinely made us smile! Synapse Films has announced that the vigilante epic, The Exterminator! Today is a good day!

From the Press Release
The man they pushed too far is coming for you–in high-def! The exploitation revenge classic THE EXTERMINATOR burns onto Blu-ray in a newly re-mastered uncut version! Christopher George, Robert Ginty and Samantha Eggar star in The Exterminator, James Glickenhaus’ explosive story of Vietnam vet John Eastland (Ginty), a man who launches a bloody vendetta against the New York underworld when his best friend is brutally beaten by a vicious street gang. Eastland becomes a vigilante hero to the public, but to police The Exterminator is a psychopath capable of dangerously undermining an entire government administration. Synapse Films is proud to present The Exterminator in its more violent and gory director’s cut, lovingly restored in high-definition from original vault materials. One of the most cold-blooded and controversial revenge films ever made, this is a sick example of the almost unbelievable descent into gruesome savagery in American movies. (Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times)

Now if only we could get Extrminator 2 in which they basically based the entire second film on the first one’s artwork, we’ll be really happy!

Special Features

  • Uncensored Version
  • Director’s Audio Commentary
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • TV Spots

    The Exterminator Burns Up Blu-ray!

    The Exterminator Burns Up Blu-ray!

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  • Steve Barton

    You're such an inspiration for the ways that I will never, ever choose to be.

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    • Shambling_in_Bandages

      It’s quite possible that this was the most disappointing VHS rental cover artwork of the early 80s. Man, what a letdown. Glad to see the BD artwork will disappoint a whole new generation of film fans, heh.

      Ironic, given that tagline.