Was it the progenitor of The X-Files?
All 20 episodes, with enough extras to fans busy for week.
Darren McGavin returns for the series after his two TV movies, The Night Stalker and The Night Strangler (available on Blu from Kino), with nary a boring night on his calendar.
It’s nice to see the shows again, but one thing comes to the fore, especially in projection. Budgets were low, and the production did what they could with them.
In projection, and I’m guessing, I’d say that these come from timed IPs. Neither fully original looking, nor void of occasional plugged up dark tones. But for these purposes, just fine.
Current pre-release pricing has the set from Kino at $4/episode.
Still great fun almost half a century later, and fit for Halloween.
Image – 3.75
Audio – 5
Pass / Fail – Pass
Upgrade from DVD – Was this ever released domestically?
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