Newswire: Cult DVD label Vinegar Syndrome launches all-exploitation streaming service

Hulu and Netflix are fine for most tastes, but for the true trash connoisseur, reality-TV reruns and the occasional Jess Franco movie are never quite enough. These particular consumers will be pleased to hear of the impending launch of, a streaming service created by the exploitation distribution company Vinegar Syndrome. Launched with the Blu-ray release of three previously lost sexploitation films by Herschell Gordon Lewis, over the past few years Vinegar Syndrome has expanded to include all manner of exploitation films, from horror to hardcore to completely bonkers action, all dating from the ’60s to the ’80s.

Originally called VinegarSyndrome.Tv, the service was funded by an Indiegogo campaign earlier this year that teased “one of the most important and technically advanced digital preservation efforts in the history of independent film,” stressing the uniqueness and high quality of the company’s preservation efforts and the need for support …

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