Vinegar Syndrome to Release “Liquid Sky” Cult Film on April 24

One of the most memorable portraits of Manhattan’s 1980s New Wave subculture, Liquid Sky (Blu-ray/DVD Combo: $32.98) is being released by Vinegar Syndrome on April 24. Director Slava Tsukerman’s iconic underground 1982 sci-fi cult film had an indelible impact on pop culture, film, music, and fashion. Starring Anne Carlisle in a dual role as promiscuous, erotic, and bisexual fashion model Margaret and her gay rival and nemesis, the androgynous Jimmy, the indie film is seen as heavily influencing the club scene known as “electroclash,” which emerged in the early 2000s in New York, Berlin, Paris, and London. Extensive bonus features include audio commentary by Tsukerman, interviews with Tsukerman and Carlisle, outtakes, rehearsal footage, and an alternate opening sequence.