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Blindspot: The Complete Second Season (2016 - 2017/Warner Blu-ray Set)/Charlotte (2017/MVD Visual DVD)/Clandestine (2016/Candy Factory DVD)/Drive-In Delirium: The Offspring V. 2 (2017 trailers compilation/Umbrella Import PAL DVD Set)/A Girl In The Woods (2016/Candy Factory DVD)/The Inhabitants (2015/MVD Visual/FilmRise DVD)/Once Upon A Time In Venice (2017/RLJ Blu-ray w/DVD)/Re-Animator (1985/MVD Visual/Arrow Limited Edition Blu-ray Set)/The Unspoken (2015/Starz/Anchor Bay DVD)

Picture: B+/C/B/C/B/B-/B+ & B-/B/B- Sound: B+/B/B/C/B/B-/B+ & B-/B/B- Extras: B/D/D/D/D/D/C/B+/D Main Programs: C+/C+/C/B+/C+/C/B/B-/C

PLEASE NOTE: The Drive-in Delirium Import DVD set is now only available from our friends at Umbrella Entertainment in Australia, can only play on Blu-ray players that can handle the PAL DVD format and can be ordered from the link below.

Blindspot: The Complete Second Season

Blindspot, which stars Jaimie Alexander (Thor), enters into its second season (2016 - 2017) and is now landing on Blu-ray disc. Part procedural cop show and part action movie, Blindspot mixes the two genres into a fast paced and well produced series that picks up right after the mysterious events of the first season. Though a little too far fetched for its own good at times, the show has plenty of fight scenes to entertain wandering minds. The acting overall is so-so with the exception of Jaimie Alexander, who really deserves a little more than what she's handed here.

Blindspot continues its tale about Jane Doe (Alexander) who awoke in a body bag in Times Square naked and covered in odd tattoos in the first season. Her memory erased, she soon realizes that the tattoos on her body are the key to various clues that help solve crimes. Jane's a woman who can take care of herself, as she is a skilled fighter and a full of sarcasm and whit yet she can't remember how she got covered in head to toe with intricate tattoos... Anyway, she teams up with the FBI to help clear her name, but in this season, is led by her ink to an organization known as Sandstorm, which holds clues to her vicious former life. Things get even more insane as she tries to regain what she's lost while helping others in the process.

The series also stars Sullivan Stapleton (300: Rise of the Empire), Rob Brown (Treme), Audrey Esparza (Black Box), Ashley Johnson (Much Ado About Nothing) and Ukweli Roach (The Royals). The show was created by Martin Gero (Bored to Death, The L.A. Complex) who executive produces along with TV heavyweights Greg Berlanti (The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl), Sarah Schechter (Riverdale, The Flash, DC's Legends of Tomorrow) and Jeff F. King (White Collar).

Eighteen episodes span four Blu-ray discs and include In Night So Ransomed Rogue, Heave Fiery Knot, Hero Fears Imminent Rot, If Beth, Condone Untidiest Thefts, Her Spy's Harmed, Resolves Eleven Myths, We Fight Deaths On Thick Lone Waters, Why Let Cooler Pasture Deform, Nor I, Nigel AKA Leg in Iron, Droll Autumn/ Unmutual Lord, Devil Never Lived, Name Not One Man, Borrow or Rob, Draw O Caesar/ Erase a Coward, Evil Did I Dwell/ Lewd I Did Live, Solos, and the Season Finale - Senile Lines.

Presented in 1080p high definition with a widescreen aspect ratio of 1.78:1 and a crystal clear English lossless DTS-HD MA (Master Audio) 5.1 (48kHz, 16-bit) there is a significant improvement over the original HD Broadcast. Shot digitally, most likely with Arri cameras, the look is very cinematic and not overly stylized with the primary location being New York City. The music score is pretty average to other shows in the same genre and there's plenty of interesting sound mixing that occurs in each episode.

No digital copy this time, which is weird because the first season had one.

Special Features...

The Writer's Conspiracy Featurettes:

Breaking Season 2

Premiere Revelations

Conspiracies and Cover-Ups Featurettes

Zero Division


Deleted Scenes

My Crazy Comic-Con Experience with Ashley Johnson (Agent Patterson)

2016 Comic-Con Panel

Bound and Gag Reel

A fun follow-up to the previous season, Blindspot delivers on the action good and isn't bad bing watching either. Time will tell how long the series will last, but at least it's made it this far.

For more on the first season, go to this link...



In the spirit of the Annabelle and Child's Play series comes another possessed dolly - Charlotte (2017)! The super low budget anthology horror flick that is pretty silly and not no more scary than something R.L. Stine would come up with. The film is from the producers of All Hallows Eve and stars John Edward Lee and Jesse Burkette and is directed by Patrick Rea.

A teenage girl is attacked by a killer doll while babysitting. Gagged and tied to the chair, the creepy doll makes her witness a variety of scary stories. The first, a voodoo lady grants a wish to a young woman who is missing part of her limbs and is blind. However, the story gets more complex when she switches these missing parts with a girl she envies. You always have to be careful for what you wish for. Another follows a girl who gets visited by a bizarre Trick or Treater on Halloween that sends her on a journey through hell. Other stories feature a baby sitter who tells a scary story that goes one step too far, a group of creepy Girl Scouts don't take 'no' for an answer, and a few other tales to tingle your spine.

Presented in standard definition with a widescreen aspect ratio of 2.35:1 and a lossy Dolby Digital 2.1 Stereo track, there certainly isn't another notable about the presentation here. The compression is highly evident throughout with outlines that are blocky and the whole file having a soft focus look. The score is one of the film's best assets, but even it isn't anything groundbreaking.

No extras.

For being low budget, this film isn't as bad as it looks. I also like Anthology films and even though in this case, they don't feel bound by a common theme, they still aren't bad as shorts that are loosely intertwined.


Clandestine (2016) is an average crime/ drama/ thriller shot on a low budget that feels a bit like a TV drama that you would see on Primetime television. The center of the film is on the "War on Drugs" ...one of the most debated topics of recent years, and how it affects a small town. While shot well, the script is a bit too big for the budget, with some overly dramatic acting scenes go a bit south. Perhaps if this film had a better cast and a bigger budget and was directed by Martin Scorsese, it would have been better.

As it stands, Clandestine stars Nick DeMatteo, Chris Ryan, and Tom Sizemore to name a few.

Officer Charles Cooper (DeMatteo) will be forced to ether live a life of denial or accept the new threats forced upon himself and his family as he goes up against local law enforcement, elected officials, and even his own next door neighbors, in an attempt to get to the root of the problem.

Presented in 1.85:1 widescreen in a standard definition anamorphically enhanced presentation with a 2.0 Dolby Digital Stereo lossless track, the result on a whole is pretty average for his indie release. As mentioned, the cinematography and production value isn't half bad but it isn't really given much credit due to the format.

No Extras.

Drive-in Delirium: The Offspring - Volume 2

Umbrella's fantastic, hefty trailer collections continue in the new second volume Drive-In Delirium set entitled 'The Offspring'. Here, you'll find sub-genre specific collections of known and unknown films. Many of which are giallo, zombie, British Cinema, Satanic Erotica, with a little Sci-Fi and Creature Features thrown into a mix. This is a diverse and interesting little collection that is presented uncut, uncensored, and an astonishing 711 minutes in length.

Some drawbacks here lie mainly in the format. While they are presented on DVD in standard definition with varying aspect ratios depending on the film and a standard, lossy, usually monophonic 2.0 Dolby Digital track, there are some compression issues that are evident on higher resolution displays as is common for the aging DVD format. All in all though, these trailers are pretty well preserved and in often remarkable condition under the circumstances that full films are barely being taken care of, let alone their promo materials.

The content is massive with other 300 trailers and is programmed as follows.




01) Blood and Black Lace

02) One on Top of the Other

03) The Bird with the Crystal Plumage

04) Hatchet for the Honeymoon

05) Black Belly of the Tarantula

06) Cat O' Nine Tails

07) Four Flies on Grey Velvet

08) The Fifth Cord

09) The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave

10) Death Walks on High Heels

11) Seven Blood-Stained Orchids

12) What Have You Done to Solange?

13) All the Colours of the Dark

14) Who Saw Her Die?

15) The Case of the Bloody Iris

16) Death Smiles at Murder

17) Torso

18) Spasmo

19) Eyeball

20) The Night Train Murders

21) Strip Nude for Your Killer

22) Autopsy

23) Deep Red

24) Suspiria

25) The Pyjama Girl Case

26) Inferno

27) Macabre

28) Tenebre

29) The New York Ripper

30) A Blade in the Dark

31) Murder Rock

32) Phenomena

33) Opera

34) Off Balance

35) Phantom of Death

36) Hitcher in the Dark


37) The Man from Deep River

38) Last Cannibal World

39) The Last Survivor

40) The Mountain of the Cannibal God

41) Cannibal Holocaust

42) The Savage Island

43) Eaten Alive

44) Cannibal Ferox

45) Cannibal Terror

46) Massacre in Dinosaur Valley

47) Cut and Run

48) Tombs of the Blind Dead

49) Ghost Galleon

50) Zombies 2

51) Zombi Holocaust

52) City of the Living Dead

53) Nightmare City

54) Contamination

55) Hell of the Living Dead

56) Zombie's Lake

57) House by the Cemetery

58) Nights of Terror

59) The Beyond

60) After Death

61) Killing Birds


62) Don't Look in the Basement

63) Don't Open the Window

64) Don't Open the Door

65) Don't Answer the Phone

66) Don't Go in the House

67) Don't Go Near the Park



68) Corruption

69) Witchfinder General

70) Mumsy, Nanny, Sonny & Girly

71) And Soon the Darkness

72) Scream and Scream Again

73) Goodbye Gemini

74) Fright

75) Fear in the Night

76) Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde

77) Blood from the Mummy's Tomb

78) The Vampire Lovers

79) Countess Dracula

80) Vampire Circus

81) Dracula A.D. 1972

82) Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter

83) The Blood on Satan's Claw

84) Dr. Phibes

85) Dr. Phibes Rises Again

86) Virgin Witch

87) Tower of Evil

88) The Flesh and Blood Show

89) Raw Meat

90) The Asphyx

91) The House that Dripped Blood

92) Vault of Horror

93) From Beyond the Grave

94) And Now the Screaming Starts

95) The Wicker Man

96) The Mutations

97) Madhouse

98) The House of Whipcord

99) Frightmare

100) Killer's Moon


101) Succubus

102) Mark of the Devil

103) Werewolf Vs. Vampire Woman

104) Vampyros Lesbos

105) Daughters of Darkness

106) The Vampire Happening

107) The Devil's Nightmare

108) Caged Virgins

109) The Shiver of the Vampire

110) The Curse of the Devil

111) Veil of Blood

112) The House of Exorcism

113) Nude for Satan

114) Manhattan Baby

115) Demons


116) A Bullet for the General

117) Django

118) Django Kill

119) Any Gun Can Play

120) The Hellbenders

121) The Great Silence

122) A Name that Cried Revenge

123) Run Man Run

124) 100 Rifles

125) Matalo

126) Companeros

127) Red Sun

128) Hannie Caulder

129) A Man Called Sledge

130) The Deserter

131) Bad Man's River

132) The Man Called Noon

133) Four of the Apocalypse

134) Keoma

135) A Man Called Blade

136) Comin' At Ya 3D



137) Witchcraft 70

138) Devil Woman

139) Mark of the Witch

140) Blood Orgy of the She Devils

141) The Other

142) The Night Child

143) The Pyx

144) Beyond the Door

145) The Devil Times Five

146) The Devil Within Her

147) The Devil's Rain

148) Race with the Devil

149) God Told Me To

150) The Omen

151) To the Devil a Daughter

152) Exorcist 2: The Heretic

153) The Car

154) The Sentinel

155) The Child

156) Nurse Sherri

157) The Legacy

158) The Hearse

159) Fear No Evil

160) Evilspeak

161) Demonoid

162) Deadly Blessing

163) Evil Dead

164) Evil Dead 2

165) Children of the Corn

166) Maximum Overdrive

167) Hellraiser

168) Hellraiser 2: Hellbound

169) Prince of Darkness

170) Night of the Demons


171) The Legend of Hell House

172) The House on Skull Mountain

173) Burnt Offerings

174) House By the Lake

175) The Evil

176) The Amityville Horror

177) Amityville 2: The Possession

178) Amityville 3D

179) The Fog

180) Death Ship

181) The Changeling

182) The Entity

183) Ghost Story

184) The Survivor

185) Sole Survivor

186) The House Where Evil Dwells

187) House

188) Prison


189) Night of the Bloody Apes

190) Trog

191) The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant

192) Beast of Blood

193) The Twilight People

194) Invasion of the Bee Girls

195) It's Alive

196) They Came from Within

197) The Stepford Wives

198) The Island of Dr. Moreau

199) Mighty Peking Man

200) Demon Seed

201) Slithis

202) Prey

203) The Manitou

204) The Brood

205) The Dark

206) The Being

207) It Came Without Warning

208) The Unseen

209) Mindwarp

210) Humanoids from the Deep

211) Blood Beach

212) Inseminoid

213) Incubus

214) Superstition

215) The Beast Within

216) Parasite

217) The Thing

218) Creepshow

219) Creepshow 2

220) Humungus

221) Basket Case

222) Xtro

223) C.H.U.D.

224) Mutant

225) Life Force

226) Critters

227) The Curse

228) The Hidden

229) Dolls

230) The Blob

231) Neon Maniacs

232) They Live

233) Brain Damage



234) Planet of the Vampires

235) The Green Slime

236) The Mysterious Island of Captain Nemo

237) The Land That Time Forgot

238) The People That Time Forgot

239) At the Earth's Core

240) Warlords of Atlantis

241) Beyond Atlantis

242) Yor: The Hunter from the Future

243) The Bed Sitting

244) No Blade of Grass

245) The Last Days of Man on Earth

246) Zardoz

247) Silent Running

248) Dark Star

249) A Boy and His Dog

250) Flesh Gordon

251) Star Crash

252) Message from Space

253) Galaxina

254) Saturn 3

255) Battle Beyond the Stars

256) Space Raiders

257) Escape from New York

258) Android

259) Mad Max

260) The Chain Reaction

261) The New Barbarians

262) 1990: The Bronx Warriors

263) Megaforce

264) Turkey Shoot

265) Raiders of Atlantis

266) Metalstorm

267) Treasure of the Four Crowns

268) The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai

269) Dead End Drive-In

270) The Perils of Gwendoline

271) Strange Invaders

272) Invaders from Mars

273) Cherry 2000

274) Wizards

275) The Beastmaster

276) The Sword & the Sorcerer

277) Sorceress

278) Conquest

279) Fire and Ice

280) Barbarian Queen


281) Venus in Furs

282) Space Thing

283) Female Animal

284) The Depraved

285) 3 Dimensions of Greta

286) The Seduction of Inga

287) The Curious Female

288) The Secrets of Sex

289) Alvin Purple

290) Hungry Pets

291) Panorama Blue

292) 2069: A Sex Odyssey

293) Bibi: Confessions of Sweet Sixteen

294) Lola

295) The Swinging Cheerleaders

296) The Naughty Stewardesses

297) The Story of O

298) Supervixens

299) Wham Bam Thank You Spaceman

300) The Italian Stallion

301) Chatter Box

302) Let Me Die a Woman

303) Sister Emanuelle

304) Adventures of a Plumber's Mate

305) ABC of Love and Sex

306) Felicity

307) Spaced Out

No extra features.

These discs are great fun to watch and a good way of finding new and fun B-movies that you have not have heard of otherwise. It's also a great way to keep tabs on what you have seen!

Be sure to check out our reviews for Drive-In Delirium 70s and 80s Blu-ray and DVD collections elsewhere on this site as well, a list that we expect will continue to grow.

A Girl In The Woods

Jeremy Benson's horror/thriller A Girl In The Woods (2016) is a carnal look at a beautiful woman named Grace who completely loses her mind while lost in the smokey mountains. Having bizarre visions and haunted by her past (she saw her parents commit suicide), Grace goes on a trip with her boyfriend/fiance' Jim (who soon ends up dead), and soon ends up seeing imaginary friends that push her to her evil limits.

The transfer has a lot of compression issues and lacks detail, as expected, when one is used to HD and higher. The widescreen anamorphically enhanced aspect ratio is in 2.35:1 and a lossy Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo track that is fine for the format but nothing to necessarily write home about. The weakest visual moments are during wide scenic shots that show the woods, and some of the film's brighter moments where pixelation is more evident.

No Extras.

Similar to other films of its kind, like High Tension, the film has its moments but isn't anything incredible, due mainly to some bad acting moments. A noble indie attempt.

The Inhabitants

Your standard haunted house movie, The Inhabitants (2015) follows a young couple who purchase a bed and breakfast with a sinister twist. In the vein of other such films like Paranormal Activity, the film is a mix of found footage VHS-style footage mixed with (at times) interestingly shot and atmospheric visuals. While nothing we haven't seen before in terms of plot, The Inhabitants is a another low budget ghost story hoping to serve up some scares, but falls a bit short. The film is from the writers of John Carpenter's The Ward (though, I'm not sure I would eagerly admit that.)

When a young couple renovate an old bed and breakfast in New England, they unearth its dark secrets. The husband slowly realizes that something isn't quite right when he notices some bizarre old VHS tapes with ghastly proof of paranormal sightings and soon starts to notice that his wife hasn't quite been herself lately.

Presented in standard definition with am anamorphically enhanced widescreen aspect ratio of 1.78:1 and a lossy Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo track that is pretty standard and doesn't look too bad at all. Some moments and video flashbacks are in a grainy security cam-esque filter that sells for the effect they are going for.

No Special Features, which is surprising, because usually indie horror filmmakers show some tidbits for the audience.

The Inhabitants isn't the worst horror movie I've ever seen, but it's not the most original either.

Once Upon A Time In Venice

Director Mark Cullen's new action/adventure film Once Upon A Time In Venice (2017) features an all-star cast with Bruce Willis, John Goodman, Thomas Middleitch, Jason Momoa, Elisabeth Rohm, Famke Janssen, and Adam Goldberg. With these many high profile names, I'm surprised there wasn't more buzz about the film as it's not so bad and has some good laughs. The story is a bit all over the place and the second acts drags but Willis and Goodman onscreen together is enough of a reason to give it a watch.

Bruce Willis stars as Steve Ford, a former LAPD officer turned aging detective in Venice, CA. He's not your typical action hero as he's kind of a failure at life. However, he doesn't mind skateboarding naked through the deserted city streets to outrun some thugs for this line of work if he needs to. He has some colorful characters in his life including a divorced surf shop owner (Goodman), his stressed out sister (Janssen), and his socially awkward co-worker (Middleditch). When Ford's sister and her daughter get robbed by Spider (Momoa), the thugs also ending up taking his trusty dog. When Ford and Spider go face to face, Spider strikes a deal with him to track down two girls that stole his cocaine in order to have the canine back. From there, the mission gets any crazier.

Presented in 1080p high definition with a widescreen aspect ratio of 2.35:1 and a lossless DTS-HD MA (Master Audio) 5.1 track, the film is up to standards with the format and looks pretty crisp and clear throughout. The production value is pretty high and there's some great shots of Venice that really shine on HD. The character details aren't bad either and there's not too many noticeable compression issues. Also included is a standard definition DVD with an anamorphic widescreen aspect ratio of 2.35:1 and a lossy Dolby Digital 5.1 track. While not as impressive as the Blu-ray, the DVD still looks fine for the format and is up to standards.

Special Features: a Behind The Scenes featurette

Once Upon A Time In Venice is a fun action/comedy with some memorable moments and decent performances from its established leads.


Yes, Stuart Gordon's Re-Animator, the 1985 indie hit, has been issue in yet another new special deluxe edition but this time, its extremely loaded with extras and alternates. Reviewed several times on this site over the years, I discussed my take on the film when I covered the older U.S. Blu-ray edition at this link...


The biggest set of extras for the film yet in this limited edition in particular is something fans will love, so expect this one to sell out quickly, but it is the playback of both the Unrated and Integral versions in new 4K scans with audio off of the original 3-track magnetic monophonic master that will impress even non-fans. Both are here in 1080p presentation (these are not 4K Blu-rays), but the problems with aging as fading,excess grain from transfer issues, aged film elements and tampering with the HD after the transfer means any thing unintentionally funny from bad transfers in all previous video releases are gone. Now, you can see the film with fuller color range, better Video Black shadow detail and grain is lite at best as it should be. Some may even say they never thought the film originally looked as good as it does here, so it no longer is cursed with a made-for-video association it accidentally received from its hit status in the early days of that market with its low-def formats.

Sound also improves, here in 5.1, 2.0 Stereo and 2.0 Mono presentation via lossless DTS-HD MA (Master Audio) sound, but I like the 5.1 mi the best, bringing out the most in the original soundmaster. However, I was surprised that the Stereo was a little compressed and the Mono sounded (if a little limited, tinny and maybe a touch of echo) really good for what it is, showing someone took care of the magnetic sound materials better than you would expect. Thus, playback performance is some of the best for an independent film of the last 35 years.

Extras are many as noted an include exclusive DigiPak packaging featuring newly commissioned artwork by Justin Erickson.

We also get ALL of the following...

Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film by journalist Michael Gingold

Re-Animator comic book

4 x postcard-sized lobby card reproductions

Then specific to each Blu-ray disc...


Isolated Music Score

Brand new audio commentary with director Stuart Gordon and actors Graham Skipper and Jesse Merlin of Re-Animator: The Musical

Vintage feature length audio commentary with Stuart Gordon

Audio commentary with producer Brian Yuzna, actors Jeffrey Combs, Barbara Crampton, Bruce Abbott and Robert Sampson

Re-Animator: Resurrectus - feature-length documentary on the making of the film, featuring extensive interviews with cast and crew

Interviews with director Stuart Gordon and producer Brian Yuzna, writer Dennis Paoli, composer Richard Band and former Fangoria editor Tony Timpone

Music discussion with composer Richard Band

Barbara Crampton in Conversation - the Re-Animator star sits down with journalist Alan Jones for this career-spanning 2015 interview

The Catastrophe of Success: Stuart Gordon and The Organic Theater - director Stuart Gordon discusses his early theater roots and his continued commitment to the stage

Theater of Blood - Re-Animator: The Musical lyricist Mark Nutter on adapting the cult classic for musical theater

Extended Scenes

Deleted Scene

Trailer & TV Spots

Still Gallery

Screenplay (BD-ROM Content)


Integral Version, available in the US for the first time! [105 mins]

A Guide to Lovecraftian Cinema - Chris Lackey, host of the H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast, provides an OUTSTANDING comprehensive look at the many cinematic incarnations of Lovecraft's work

Doug Bradley's Spinechillers: Herbert West-Reanimator - actor Jeffrey Combs reads H.P. Lovecraft's original classic short story


92-page perfect-bound booklet containing Re-Animator, the original 1991 comic book adaptation of the movie, reprinted in its entirety

Needless to say it seems pretty much all extras (save that nice glow-in-the-dark pen) get ported from all previous editions to this one and the new materials are Criterion-calibre. Though I still think the film gets over the too early and stays that way too often like the whole cycle of 'latex gore' films of the time (like Dead Alive, for instance), that was the kind of go-for-broke gore we got and it holds up better than the sloppy equivalents of today with digital making films like Re-Animator looking better all the time. We strongly recommend this set and you can read more about the sequel, Bride Of Re-Animator (already issued in several editions by Arrow again) at this link...


The Unspoken

From the producer of Insidious and the Executive Producer of Paranormal Activity comes the new horror film The Unspoken (2015). Directed by Sheldon Wilson, the 'haunted house' movie centers around a troubled teenager (Jodelle Ferland of Silent Hill and Twilight fame) who uncovers the mystery of a family that disappeared in her new home. Their bodies weren't found and the house hasn't been touched until she moves in. Of course, bad and supernatural things start to happen and our troubled teen is no longer safe.

The film also stars Sunny Suijic, Pascale Hutton, Chanelle Peloso, and Neal McDonough (Minority Report). While the acting and production design aren't bad, the movie just isn't very scary and falls pretty flat.

The film is presented in standard definition with an anamorphic widescreen aspect ratio of 2.40:1 and a lossy Dolby Digital 5.1 mix, both of which are pretty strong for the format. However, the colors are pretty washed out, which wouldn't have been an issue in high definition. The soundtrack by Matthew Rogers is nice and creepy and there's a lot of jump scares and sudden noises meant to generate extra scares.

No extras.

To order the Umbrella import DVD Drive-In Delirium set, along with others in the series on Blu-ray and DVD, plus other hard-to-get releases, go to this link:


- James Lockhart & Nicholas Sheffo (Re-Animator)



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