Well, I just saw this at DVDDrive-In, and I am one happy bastard being the horror fanatic that I am: MIDNITE MOVIES: COUNTESS DRACULA/THE VAMPIRE LOVERS--COUNTESS DRACULA: Letterbox 1.66:1; complete, uncensored British cut; commentary track with Director Peter Sasdy, Screenwriter Jeremy Paul and star Ingrid Pitt; trailer. THE VAMPIRE LOVERS: l.85:1, 16x9; commentary track with Director Roy Ward Baker, Screenwriter Tudor Gates and star Ingrid Pitt; excerpts from "Carmilla" read by Ingrid Pitt, accompanied by stills gallery; trailer. This includes all of the restored footage from MGM's VHS edition, plus the full-frontal nude shot of Ingrid Pitt emerging from the bathtub that has never appeared on any previous U.S. video release! This transfer also corrects a day-for-night scene that was mistakenly presented as "day" on the VHS. COMEDY OF TERRORS/THE RAVEN--COMEDY OF TERRORS: 2.35:1, 16 x 9; interview with Screenwriter Richard Matheson; trailer. THE RAVEN: 2.35:1, 16 x 9; interview with Director Roger Corman; interview with Screenwriter Richard Matheson; rare promotional record featuring the voices of Boris Karloff, Peter Lorre and Paul Frees; trailer. THE HAUNTED PALACE/TOWER OF LONDON--THE HAUNTED PALACE: 2.35:1, 16 x 9. New high definition transfer--first home video release in original widescreen aspect ratio! Interview with Director Roger Corman; trailer. TOWER OF LONDON--Letterbox 1.66:1; interview with Producer Gene Corman; trailer. (Note: Director Roger Corman was invited to participate in the discussion of this film, but chose to defer to his brother). THE TOMB OF LIGEIA/AN EVENING OF EDGAR ALLEN POE--THE TOMB OF LIGEIA: 2.35:1, 16 x 9; two audio commentaries--commentary track # 1 with Director Roger Corman; commentary track # 2 with star Elizabeth Shepherd and film historian David Del Valle (from the Image laserdisc); trailer. AN EVENING OF EDGAR ALLEN POE: 1.33:1 (shot for television). THE HOWLING: SPECIAL EDITION--1.85:1, 16 x 9; 5.1sound mix; new 48-minute documentary; commentary track from the Image laserdisc; deleted scenes; outtakes; trailer; more. HORROR PROMOTION: THE GHOUL: 70th ANNIVERSARY RESTORED EDITION--Karloff fans rejoice! Available for years only in murky transfers made from a ragged, cropped Czechoslovakian print, MGM's new transfer is the first U.S. release utilizing the film's original 35mm elements held by the British Film Institute. Extensive digital restoration was used to remove thousands of instances of film damage and clean up the soundtrack. The result is a transfer of THE GHOUL that looks and sounds better than anything available for 70 years. RAW MEAT (a.k.a. DEATHLINE)--1.85:1, 16 x 9. Original uncut British version, featuring gory footage trimmed from the U.S. release. SQUIRM--1.85:1, 16 x 9. New high definition transfer of the original uncut version approved by director Jeff Lieberman. Audio commentary by Director Jeff Lieberman BURNT OFFERINGS--1.85:1, 16 x 9; audio commentary with Director Dan Curtis, Screenwriter William F. Nolan and star Karen Black; trailer. CLOWNHOUSE--1.85:1, 16 x 9; trailer I, MADMAN (a.k.a. HARDCOVER)--1.85:1, 16 x 9; trailer. ONCE BITTEN--1.85:1, 16 x 9; trailer. HORROR DOUBLE FEATURES: POLTERGEIST II: THE OTHER SIDE/POLTERGEIST III--POLTERGEIST II: 2.35:1, 16 x 9. POLTERGEIST III: 1.85:1, 16 x 9. Both films include trailers. GHOULIES/GHOULIES 2--Both films are 1.85:1, 16 x 9, and include trailers. TROLL/TROLL 2--Both films are 1.85:1, 16 x 9, and include trailers. --------------- I will be purchasing almost all of these (definitely not the TROLL films, ugh), and while there are still several horror films I'm dying for MGM to release, I'm still happy as can be! August can't come soon enough!