Not sure if all you guys, on this particular thread, were aware of all these releases. Regardless, here they are. Seriously, looking forward to HORROR EXPRESS. That one in particular traumatized me when I saw it as a kid. Gonna check out PSYCHOMANIA next month on TCM; never saw that one. OCTOBER 26 Features: Return Of The Living Dead: Interviews with stars Nicky Henson, Mary Larkin, Denis Gilmore, Roy Holder and Rocky Taylor Sound Of Psychomania: Interview with Soundtrack composer John Cameron Riding Free: Interview with Riding Free singer Harvey Andrews Introduction by Fangoria Editor in Chief Chris Alexander Original Theatrical Trailer SPECIAL FEATURES: NONE ________________________________________________________________________ AVALIABLE NOW DVDDRIVE-IN REVIEW SPECIAL FEATURES: NONE ________________________________________________________________________ COMING SOON! (2011) Severin Films: Since their awe-inspiring collaboration in Hammer’s groundbreaking The Curse Of Frankenstein in 1957, Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee were destined to join the privileged ranks of cinema’s great horror stars alongside Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Peter Lorre, Vincent Price and Lon Chaney. Severin Films will be paying tribute to their macabre celluloid partnership by giving the Special Edition treatment to not one but two of their finest fright flicks: Horror Express and The House That Dripped Blood. Horror Express, also starring Kojak himself Telly Savalas, was written and produced in Spain by McCarthy era blacklistees to make use of a train purchased for director Eugenio Martin’s previous movie, Pancho Villa. The unlikely result was a masterwork of early 70s Euro-horror packed with wit, atmosphere and brainsucking, eye draining, Cossack maiming bloodshed. The House That Dripped Blood is one of the great Amicus anthology films featuring a smorgasbord of cult talent: Jon “Dr. Who” Pertwee, Ingrid ”Countess Dracula” Pitt, Denholm Elliott, Joss Ackland and Geoffrey Bayldon in a quartet of gruesome tales penned by PSYCHO-scribe Robert Bloch. Expect new hi-def transfers to present these terrifying gems as you’ve never seen them before. Details on our astounding roster of special features to follow. UPDATE (8/24/2010): After much scouring of global labs and personal collections we finally uncovered the long thought lost English trailers for both Psychomania and Horror Express. Both were transferred in HD and here they are. Sadly, no such luck with Crucible Of Terror. Horror Express will be released on DVD and Blu-ray sometime next year – stay tuned for updates.