Type: New Blu-Ray

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Start getting kidnapped by Menlo, a vengeful nerd turned mad scientist, with a particular vengeance aimed at surfers. Using Buzzz Cola, Menlo has begun turning surfers into brain dead zombies, with the aid of his assistant, Sparkle. Can Chuck and Bob thwart his evil master plan in time to save the surfing competition?

A completely wild and thoroughly unhinged comedy that manages to integrate slapstick humor, surreal sight gags, horror and sci-fi elements, T&A, as well as having possibly served as an influence to the most famous animated TV series in history, Randall Badat’s one of a kind and completely bonkers gem, SURF II (The End of a Trilogy) stars Eddie Deezen (Grease, War Games), Lyle Waggoner (TV’s Wonder Woman), Linda Kerridge (Fade to Black), Terry Kiser (Tammy & the T-Rex), and Eric Stoltz (Back to the Future, Pulp Fiction), in one of his earliest roles. Never released on disc, Vinegar Syndrome brings SURF II to Blu-ray, newly restored from long lost 35mm elements and presented both in its commonly seen theatrical version as well as in its unreleased and radically different original director’s cut.


directed by: Randall Badat

starring: Eric Stoltz, Eddie Deezen, Lyle Waggoner, Linda Kerridge, Terry Kiser

1983 / 100 min / 1.85:1 / English Mono


Additional info:

• Region Free 2-disc Blu-ray Set

• Newly scanned & restored in 2k from multiple 35mm archival prints

• Includes the original director’s cut as well as the theatrical re-edit

• “The Stupidest Movie Ever Made: Drinking the Drink of Surf II” - an extended making-of documentary featuring interviews with: Randall Badat (director), George Braunstein (producer), Scott Easton (assistant director), Peter Bernstein (composer), Carin Berger (costume designer) Fern Champion (casting director), along with actors Eddie Deezen, Peter Isacksen, Linda Kerridge, and Joshua Cadman.

• Commentary track with director Randall Badat (director’s cut)

• Commentary track with director Randall Badat (theatrical cut)

• Commentary track with actor Eddie Deezen (director’s cut)

• Commentary track with film historians Zack Carlson & Bryan Connolly (theatrical cut)

• Behind-the-scenes still gallery

• Original sizzle reel video

• Booklet featuring writings by Mike McPadden and Zack Carlson

• Reversible cover artwork

• English SDH subtitles