One of the most beloved exploitation efforts of the 1980s gets a worthwhile disc from Anchor Bay Entertainment. This disc of Vice Squad offers an anamorphic, letterboxed transfer that captures the nocturnal flair of John Alcott's cinematography in suitable style. The audio sticks to the film's original mono mix; music and effects occasionally overwhelm the dialogue, but this is a solid vintage soundtrack for the most part. The disc's major extra is a commentary with director Gary Sherman that is moderated by David Gregory. Sherman has a vivid memory of the shoot, particularly the many real locations used for the shoot, and Gregory gently prompts the director to get even more information. There's also a memorably bombastic theatrical trailer, a pair of amusing radio spots, and an image gallery. The package is rounded by a nice insert that comes in the DVD case; it offers excellent, informative liner notes from Richard Harland Smith that place the film in its context in exploitation film history and also offer some interesting behind-the-scenes details. In short, this is an all-around solid disc that cult movie fans will want to add to their collection.