DISC 1: MASTER OF THE WORLD High Definition 1080p (1.85:1)/DTS Master Audio Stereo/1961/Color/Not Rated/102 minutes
-High Definition Master from the inter-positive Â -Stereo Soundtrack created from the original 4-track mag -Audio commentary with actor David Frankham -â€œRichard Matheson: Storyteller:â€ Extended Cut (72 minutes) -Theatrical Trailer -Posters, Lobby Cards and Behind-the-Scenes Photo Gallery -Photo Gallery of images from David Frankhamâ€™s personal collection
DISC 2: TOWER OF LONDON Â High Definition 1080p (1.66:1)/DTS Master Audio Mono/1962/B&W/Not Rated/80 minutes
-High Definition Master from a fine grain film print -Interview with director Roger Corman -â€œProducing Tower of Londonâ€ â€“ an interview with producer Gene Corman -Two episodes of Science Fiction Theatre: â€œOne Thousand Eyesâ€ and â€œOperation Flypaperâ€ (1956) both starring Vincent Price (in Standard Definition â€“ 52 minutes) -Posters, Lobby Cards and Behind-the-Scenes Photo Gallery
DISC 3: DIARY OF A MADMAN High Definition 1080p (1.66:1)/DTS Master Audio Mono/1963/Color/Not Rated/96 minutes
AN EVENING OF EDGAR ALLAN POE Â Standard Definition (1.33:1)/DTS Master Audio Mono/1970/Color/Not Rated/53 mins.
-High Definition Master from the inter-positive film element (â€œDiary of A Madmanâ€) Â -Master created from the original 2â€ tape masters (â€œAn Evening of Edgar Allan Poeâ€) -Audio Commentary with film historian and author Steve Haberman (on both features) -Interview with writer/producer/director Kenneth Johnson (â€œAn Evening of Edgar Allan Poeâ€) -Theatrical Trailer (â€œDiary of A Madmanâ€) -Poster and Lobby Card Gallery (â€œDiary of A Madmanâ€) -Behind-the-Scenes Photo Gallery (â€œAn Evening of Edgar Allan Poeâ€)
DISC 4: CRY OF THE BANSHEE High Definition 1080p (1.85:1)/DTS Master Audio Mono/1970/Color/Not Rated/91 minutes (Directorâ€™s Cut)/87 minutes (Theatrical Cut)
-High Definition Master of the directorâ€™s cut from the inter-positive Â -High Definition Master of the American International Theatrical Cut from the only surviving element in MGMâ€™s Vault, a Color Reversal Intermediate -Audio Commentary by film historian Steve Haberman (Directorâ€™s Cut) -â€œA Devilish Tale of Poeâ€ â€“ an interview with director Gordon Hessler -Theatrical Trailer -TV Spot -Radio Spot -Posters, Lobby Cards and Behind-the-Scenes Photo Gallery
Product Information Specifications for The Vincent Price Collection III [Blu-ray] Below:
Manufacturer: Retromedia Entertainment Group, Inc.
Special Edition limited top 2000 units. "Relentlessly morbid" is the best way to describe SCALPS (1983), a gruesome tale of retribution from beyond the grave. Deemed too intense for civilized audiences, for years the film has either been heavily censored, or outright banned, in 99% of the world. The screen is drenched in despair by the constant, nagging, anxiety of isolation enveloping the characters in a deepening cloud of ever-impending horror and doom. Rarely since THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE has a film evoked such deep emotions in the viewer - an overwhelming sensation of dread that is not easily shaken off. Crudely, but effectively produced, SCALPS is presented here for the first time in 16x9 Wide Screen from a 2K HD scan of the 35mm negative with censored sequences restored from an analog tape source. Special Features includes a 20 Minute Video Featurette with Fred Olen Ray, Chris Olen Ray, with actors Richard Hench and Frank McDonald; Original 35mm Trailer, New Commentary Track with Fred Olen Ray, plus Dustin Ferguson's fan-film SCALPS 2: THE RETURN OF DJ and footage from Stegg Dorr's unauthorized remake, BLOOD DESERT.