"I don't think the people who make movies today really know what they're doing. They are repetitive. They're not creative or original."--Vincent Price. Susan Hart is a total nut case! The woman has been to court (a whopping) four times attempting to sue individuals-organizations for copyright infringement of the 1950s AIP films in her possession and has (rightly) lost all four times on the grounds of "public access" (all the judges involved must have been Democrats thank goodness). The day the "privileged" few gain more rights than the average citizen then it will be time to really worry...and to fight back! With the loss of TALES OF TERROR (1962) to a rival faction I really don't have any kind of faith in the (so-called) Scream Factory for much of anything. Right now we don't even know whether there will be another (quality) Vincent Price collection in-the-works. This may be indicative of some sort of "falling out" having occurred over the property. Time will tell. But it really leaves one with the (distinct) impression that Scream Factory was (likely) "talked" into doing this in the first place and never had its heart genuinely in it at all. If the firm really cared it wouldn't have let TALES OF TERROR (1962) be taken from it. I never even heard of the Scream Factory before. I know that I preordered the first Vincent Price collection probably on the basis of favourable advanced online reviews. I (enthusiastically) supported it and thoroughly enjoyed it. I bought-supported-advocated the second volume and loved it as well. So just what is the problem here? I am (absolutely) certain these things made money for the firm but somehow it all goes back to there being some kind of a stigma associated with (so-called) "older" genre films which is ridiculous. They are timeless! They transcend-encompass all generations! These bona fide classics-favourites-reliables will be remembered long after the repulsive bilge that Scream is currently peddling are (thankfully) forgotten. To (aptly) quote someone: "That's why they call them 'classics'!" Technically speaking I am (likely) older than the "two" behind Scream Factory but (having seem them both) they look (much) older than myself so I don't consider either to be young. For grown "mature" men not to have a regard-interest-passion for the classic horror films is outright reprehensible (and absurd). These should be the first things being attempted to release not the last (if at all). Do these two fellows really take pride in being so "square"?! I use to "wrap" with many local video retailers in our area (all-of-which are pretty much gone now) and one of the things that was consistent in what they had to say was that of all the horror films titles being repeatedly requested I WAS A TEENAGE WEREWOLF (1957) was the most asked about. This modestly executed excursion into contemporary horror (circa the late 1950s) has attained legend status. If I was running a company like the Scream Factory I would most definitely want that title under my auspices. (Temporarily) forget the others. Just focus on the one. Get an amicable deal agreed upon and start work on a quality bluray edition. Don't procrastinate any further with more uselessness. Somebody, somehow please get it done! I am not going to defend Susan Hart (or her stupid meddling husband) but clearly she isn't the only problem-obstacle here. It's high time that these (upstart "youth" oriented) companies realized that the classic horror films (very much like the classic monsters themselves delineated) will never die. No chance! There will always be (enduring) interest in them. As I said in another discussion thread I suggested a bluray Beach Party collection (in an identical vein as the Vincent Price collection) for a (big) Summer 2015 debut-release to Shout! Factory and of course we (now) know this is not going to happen. Jeff T.