Disc 1: Blood & Flesh: The Reel Life & Ghastly Death of Al Adamson/The Female Bunch
Aspect Ratios: Blood & Flesh: 1.77:1 / Female Bunch: 1.66:1
Audio: Blood & Flesh: 5.1 & 2.0 English / Female Bunch: English, German & Spanish Mono
Subtitles: Blood & Flesh: English Closed Captions, Optional French & Spanish Subtitles / Female Bunch: English Closed Captions

Transfer notes: The Female Bunch was scanned and restored from several faded 35mm release prints of varying physical condition. The negative is believed lost. Every effort was made to use the least damaged sections of each print to ensure the best possible image quality throughout.

Blood & Flesh: The Reel Life & Ghastly Death of Al Adamson Special Features:
*Outtakes - The Cowboy Life Of Denver Dixon, Russ Tamblyn's Melted TV, Manson & Screaming Angels, The Prophetic Screenplay Makes Gary Kent Testify, and Beyond This Earth Promo Reel
*Trailer

The Female Bunch Special Features:
*The Bunch Speaks Out
*Trailers

Disc 2: Psycho A Go-Go/Fiend with the Electronic Brain/Blood of Ghastly Horror
Aspect Ratios: Psycho A Go-Go 2.35:1, Fiend 2.35:1, Blood of Ghastly Horror: 2.35:1
Audio: English Mono for all
Subtitles: English Closed Captions for all

Transfer notes: Psycho A-Go-Go was reconstructed from a variety of elements, including the original Techniscope negative, for sequences it shares with BLOOD OF GHASTLY HORROR. Other sequences were sourced from a variety of good condition 35mm IB Technicolor prints. One short section (less than one minute) could only be found in a water damaged 16mm reduction print.

Fiend with the Electronic Brain was reconstructed from a variety of elements, including the original Techniscope negative, for sequences it shares with BLOOD OF GHASTLY HORROR as well as various 35mm IB Technicolor prints for PSYCHO A GO-GO, using a 16mm print as reference. The 16mm reduction print was used for the same short section from PSYCHO A GO-GO which could not be found in any 35mm element.

Blood of Ghastly Horror was scanned and restored from its 2-perf 35mm Techniscope camera negative. The main and end titles, which were missing in all pre-print elements, were sourced from a 35mm answer print.

Psycho A Go-Go Special Features:
*Trailer

Fiend with the Electronic Brain Special Features:
*Alternate Title Sequence: Man with the Synthetic Brain
*Trailer

Blood of Ghastly Horror Special Features:
*Archival Audio Commentary with Producer Samuel M. Sherman
*Trailer

Disc 3: Halfway to Hell/Five Bloody Graves
Aspect Ratios: Halfway 1.77:1, Five Bloody 2.35:1
Audio: English Mono for all
Subtitles: English Closed Captions for all

Transfer notes: Halfway to Hell has never been on home video anywhere in the world and was thought lost. A 35mm print in an advanced state of decomposition was located during production of BLOOD & FLESH. The severe shrinkage and warp meant the element had to be scanned in pieces. The pieces were sliced together digitally and the complete film restored.

Five Bloody Graves was scanned and restored from its 2-perf 35mm Techniscope camera negative.

Five Bloody Graves Special Features:
*Outside of Tucson: Interview with Actor/Screenwriter Robert Dix
*Partial Archival Audio Commentary with Producer/Distributor Samuel M. Sherman
*Alternate Title Sequence: Five Bloody Days to Tombstone
*Radio Spots
*Trailer

Disc 4: Blood of Dracula's Castle (Both Theatrical and TV cuts)/Horror of the Blood Monsters
Aspect Ratios: Blood of Dracula 1.33:1, Horror of Blood 1.85:1
Audio: English Mono for all
Subtitles: English Closed Captions for all

Transfer Notes: Blood of Dracula's Castle was scanned and restored from a 16mm CRI of its TV version, the only pre-print element believed to exist on any version of the film. Additional sequences unique to the theatrical cut were sourced from a faded 35mm release print.

Horror of the Blood Monsters was scanned and restored from its 35mm original camera negative. The color tinted sequences, which were photographed in Black & White were digitally tinted to precisely match the original release version.

Blood of Dracula's Castle Special Features:
*Partial Audio Commentary with Expert Brian Albright
*Audio Interview Excerpt with Alex D'Arcy
*Trailer

Horror of the Blood Monsters Special Features:
*Partial Archival Audio Commentary with Producer/Distributor Samuel M. Sherman
*Alternate Title Sequence: Space Mission of the Lost Planet
*Trailers
*TV Spots
*Radio Spot

Disc 5: Smashing the Crime Syndicate (a.k.a The Fakers)/Hell's Bloody Devils
Aspect Ratios: 1.85:1 for both
Audio: English Mono for both
Subtitles: English Closed Captions for both

Transfer Notes: Smashing the Crime Syndicate a.k.a. The Fakers was scanned and restored from its original 35mm camera negative. Unfortunately, due to a mid 70s re-release, the original title card had been removed and replaced and as such, a 16mm screening print was scanned for the main title card.

Hell's Bloody Devils was reconstructed from several sources, including the original negative for The Fakers, as well as several faded 35mm release prints for the footage unique to this version of the film. The negative of the Hell's Bloody Devils footage is believed lost.

Smashing The Crime Syndicate Special Features:
*Alternate Title Sequence: The Fakers (Original Title)

Hell's Bloody Devils Special Features:
*Archival Audio Commentary with Producer/Distributor Samuel M. Sherman
*Sam Sherman Interviews Actor John Gabriel
*Trailer
*TV Spots

Disc 6: Dracula vs. Frankenstein/Brain of Blood
Aspect Ratios: DVF: 1.66:1 / BOB: 1.33:1
Audio: DVF: English & Spanish Mono / BOB: English Mono
Subtitles: English closed Captions for both

Transfer Notes: Dracula vs. Frankenstein was scanned and restored by MGM Studios, from their archival film elements.

Brain of Blood was scanned and restored from a 16mm Internegative, the only pre-print element believed to survive for this title. As the title had been changed on the internegative, a faded 35mm print was used for the main title sequence. The negative is lost.

Dracula vs. Frankenstein Special Features:
*Zandor and Friends: Interview with Cast & Crew
*Archival Audio Commentary with Producer/Distributor Samuel M. Sherman
*Feed Your Head! Lose Your Head! An Appreciation by Cult Film Historian Howard S. Berger
*Monster Protest Home Movie Footage
*Sam Sherman Interviews Forry Ackerman
*Outtakes
*Trailer
*TV Spot
*Audio Spots Including Triple Feature of Dracula vs. Frankenstein, Frankenstein's Bloody Terror, and Horror of the Blood Monsters

Brain of Blood Special Features:
*Partial Archival Audio Commentary with Producer/Distributor Samuel M. Sherman
*Memories of Blood: Interviews with Director Al Adamson, Producer Samuel M. Sherman, Actor Zandor Vorkov and More
*Trailer
*Radio Spots

Disc 7: Satan's Sadists/Angel's Wild Women
Aspect Ratios: SS: 1.33:1 / AWW: 1.85:1
Audio: English Mono for both
Subtitles: English Closed Captions for both

Transfer Notes: Satan's Sadists was scanned and restored from a 35mm Internegative made from its 16mm camera reversal elements.

Angel's Wild Women was scanned and restored from its original 35mm camera negative.

Satan's Sadists Special Features:
*Archival Audio Commentary with Producer/Distributor Samuel M. Sherman
*TV Spots
*Outtakes
*Radio Spots
*Trailers

Angel's Wild Women Special Features:
*Archival Audio Commentary with Producer/Distributor Samuel M. Sherman
*TV Spot
*Radio Spots
*Trailer

Disc 8: The Naughty Stewardesses/Blazing Stewardesses

Aspect Ratios: 1.85:1 for both
Audio: English Mono for both
Subtitles: English Closed Captions for both

Transfer Notes: The Naughty Stewardesses was scanned and restored from a 35mm master positive, with two short segments which were edited from the film prior to its US release (though included in its International Version) sourced from a faded 35mm release print. The negative is lost.

Blazing Stewardesses was scanned and restored primarily from its 35mm camera negative. However, two sections were not found in the negative and were therefore sourced from a 35mm answer print. Two additional short scenes, consisting of footage excised from the US theatrical cut, but present in the International Version, were sourced from a faded 35mm answer print.

The Naughty Stewardesses Special Features:
*Archival Audio Commentary with Producer/Distributor Samuel M. Sherman
*Fly Girls: The Stewardess as Lifestyle Icon in The Golden Age of Exploitation
*TV Spot
*Radio Spots
*Trailer

Blazing Stewardesses Special Features:
*Archival Audio Commentary with Producer/Distributor Samuel M. Sherman
*Alternate Title Sequence: The Great Truck Robbery
*Trailer
*TV Spot
*Combo TV Spot
*Bedroom Stewardesses (Adamson-Directed Scenes Only)
*Radio Spots

Disc 9: Girls For Rent/Jessi's Girls/Nurses For Sale
Aspect Ratios: G4R: 1.85:1 / JG: 1.85:1 / Nurses: 1.66:1
Audio: English Mono for all
Subtitles: English Closed Captions for all

Transfer Notes: Girls For Rent was restored partially from its original 35mm negative, however two reels of the negative could not be found so these sections were sourced from the best 35mm release prints available.

Jessi's Girls was scanned and restored by Multicom Entertainment Group, from their 35mm film elements.

Nurses For Sale was scanned from the only known 35mm release print.

Girls For Rent Special Features:
*Archival Audio Commentary with Producer/Distributor Samuel M. Sherman
*Alternate Title Sequence: I Spit On Your Corpse
*Trailer
*Radio Spot

Jessi's Girls Special Features:
*Trailer

Nurses For Sale Special Features:
*TV Spot

Disc 10: Black Heat/The Dynamite Brothers
Aspect Ratios: 1.85:1 for both
Audio: English Mono for both
Subtitles: English Closed Captions for both

Transfer Notes: Black Heat was scanned and restored from the original 35mm camera negative.

The Dynamite Brothers was scanned and restored from the original 35mm camera negative.

Black Heat Special Features:
*Partial Archival Audio Commentary by Producer/Distributor Samuel M. Sherman
*Alternate Title Sequence: Girls Hotel
*Alternate Title Sequence: The Murder Gang
*Trailers

The Dynamite Brothers Special Features:
*TV Spots

Disc 11: Mean Mother/Uncle Tom's Cabin
Aspect Ratios: MM: 1.85:1 / UTC: 2.35:1
Audio: English Mono for both
Subtitles: English Closed Captions for both

Transfer Notes: Mean Mother was scanned and restored from its original 35mm negative.

Uncle Tom's Cabin was scanned, restored, and reconstructed from a variety of faded 35mm release prints. The original negative is believed lost.

Mean Mother Special Features:
*Partial Archival Audio Commentary with Producer/Distributor Samuel M. Sherman
*The Joy of Marilyn Joi: Interview with Actress Marilyn Joi
*Trailer

Uncle Tom's Cabin Special Features:
*TV Spots
*Radio Spots

Disc 12: Black Samurai/Death Dimension
Aspect Ratios: 1.85:1 for both
Audio: English Mono for both
Subtitles: English Closed Captions for both

Transfer Notes: Black Samurai was scanned and restored from the 35mm CRI. The original negative is believed lost.

Death Dimension was primarily scanned and restored from a 35mm answer print. Unfortunately one reel was missing from the answer print so that reel was sourced from a 35mm release print.

Black Samurai Special Features:
*Trailer

Disc 13: Sunset Cove/Cinderella 2000/Nurse Sherri
Aspect Ratios: Sunset: 1.85:1 / Cinderella: 2.35:1 / Nurse: 1.85:1
Audio: English Mono for all
Subtitles: English Closed Captions for all

Transfer Notes: Sunset Cove was scanned from the recently unearthed original camera negative.

Cinderella 2000 was primarily scanned and restored from its 35mm camera negative. However, Reel 1 of the negative could not be located and was therefore scanned and restored from a variety of 35mm release prints.

Nurse Sherri was scanned from the 16mm CRI of the original X version.

Sunset Cove Special Features:
*Sunset Toolbox: Interview with Producer Tony DiDio
*TV Spot
*Trailers

Cinderella 2000 Special Features:
*Partial Audio Commentary with Producer/Distributor Samuel M. Sherman
*Trailer
*Radio Spots

Nurse Sherri Special Features:
*Dr. Dracula: Selected Scenes Directed by Al Adamson
*TV Spot
*Radio Spot
*Trailer

Disc 14: Carnival Magic/Lost
Aspect Ratios: CM: 1.85:1 / Lost: 1.33:1
Audio: English Mono for both
Subtitles: English Closed Captions for both

Transfer Notes: Carnival Magic was scanned and restored from its 35mm CRI, as its original negative was destroyed.

Lost was scanned and restored from a 16mm low fade print.

Carnival Magic Special Features:
*A Boom To Science - A Critical Appreciation by Zack Carlson & Lars Nilsen
*Audio Commentary with Producer Elvin Feltner
*Outtakes
*TV Spot
*Trailer

Lost Special Features:
*The Happy Hobo - Rushes for Promo From Unproduced Adamson Kids Film
*Trailer