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Red Sun Rising Limited Edition Vinegar Syndrome Blu-Ray [NEW] [SLIPCOVER]

Red Sun Rising Limited Edition Vinegar Syndrome Blu-Ray [NEW] [SLIPCOVER]

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When his partner is killed by the Yakuza, Tokyo detective Thomas Hoshino (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) travels to Los Angeles to pursue the men responsible. After confronting one of the Yakuza leaders in an LAPD elevator, Hoshino witnesses the gangster die in a mysterious fashion. Skeptical of Hoshino, Police Captain Meisler (Michael Ironside) assigns Det. Karen Ryder (Terry Farrell) to watch over Hoshino and make sure he doesn't interfere with the case. Putting aside their cultural differences, the two detectives begin working together and soon uncover evidence of an international gun smuggling ring involving the Yakuza, crooked cops, and local gang members. All the while, a mysterious assassin with the ability to kill with a single touch is after Hoshino and his new partner.

Starring World Kickboxing Champion, Don "The Dragon" Wilson (Ring of Fire, New York Ninja), RED SUN RISING is an explosive action thriller with fast-paced fight scenes choreographed by Wilson himself, along with fight choreographer Art Camacho. Co-starring Terry Farrell (Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth), Michael Ironside (Total Recall), and Japanese character actor Mako (Conan the Barbarian), Vinegar Syndrome Archive is proud to present this under-seen slice of 90s action on Blu-ray, newly restored and scanned in 4K from its 35mm original camera negative.

FEATURES:
Region Free Blu-ray
Newly scanned & restored in 4K from its 35mm original camera negative
"The Dragon Rises" - a brand new interview with actor Don "The Dragon" Wilson
"Red Sun Reflections" - a brand new interview with first assistant director Erica Fox
"Producer Fu" - a brand new interview with producer Paul Maslak
"Newby's Way" - a brand new interview with cinematographer John Newby
"Master of the Flying Edit" - a brand new interview with editor John Weidner
Archival interview with director Francis Megahy
Archival interview with actor Don "The Dragon" Wilson
Archival interview with producer Paul Maslak
Archival interview with actor James Lew
Archival interview with writer Neva Friedenn
Archival interview with actor Ewart Chin
Archival interview with actor / fight choreographer Art Camacho
Original video trailer
Reversible cover artwork
English SDH subtitles
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