DOG TAGS Review: Vinegar Syndrome Relives the Vietnam Trauma in an Uncut 4k Spectacular Release
Following their quest for dusting off shelves in abandoned videostores in search of gems buried in the sands of oblivion, the guys from Vinegar Syndrome, have brought back from the swamps of a lost vietnam jungle, Romano Scavolini´s cult classic, “Dog Tards”, a violent and twisted vietnam war feature that drags the audience to a hostile jungle to accompany a special unit of the american army in the rescue of a group of POW soldiers, however, things gets complicated when a mysterious captain assign them a new mission: locate a downed helicopter within enemy lines, that contains classified information, but once the soldiers reach the helicopter they find out that is really filled with gold, that´s when what started as a rescue mission, turns into a descend to hell paved by greed and betrayal.
Dog Tags is a fascinating violent tale that captivates the audience with its suffocating and desperate atmosphere, making the spectator an accomplice in the hopeless journey that the characters undertake through that hostile jungle towards the lowest and filthiest recesses of the human being.
Vinegar Syndrome has rescued this film to present it in the best quality possible in a never-before-seen uncut original English language version newly restored in 4k from the original Interpositive film elements and presented in its true cinemascope aspect ratio, including some interesting extras such as an interview with the writer and director Romano Scavolini.
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