Hey horror fiends and lovers. Just wanted to say that the transfer of X Ray is not super dark anymore like the vhs transfer was. You can see what is going on in the darker scenes in the hospital. The transfer is super great now and so is Schizoid. Both movies are above average slashers. The description for both is stated by amazon above so I won't go into detail. I got this off of ebay a month early and the only flaw is a hole punch in the UPC. I also pre-ordered off of here and giving the other copy to a friend. So anyway, Klaus Kinski and Donna Wilkes. Great father daughter combination in Schizoid. The only special feature for that movie is an interview with the Donna. X Ray has an interview with the director Boaz Davidson (I think I'm close with the last name - too lazy to check - Ha!). The best part of X Ray is seeing the three killer kids from Bloody Birthday making a cameo in this movie. Some brilliant producer must have decided to use these kids in one or the other (BB or X Ray) movie first and use them in whichever came later because they have great chemistry. God bless child actor extroardinarre Billy Jacoby (now Jayne) for his awesomeness in BB, Cujo, X-Ray and Superstition and some others maybe. Jacoby/Jaynes did quite a bit of horror as child actors. Anyway, I know I'm all over the place with this review but I just wanted to have a horror moment over the well-lighted scenes of X Ray (aka Hospital Massacre) now and make others aware. Just like they lightened up Humongous. Now for the love of Satan please release Edge of the Axe on BD/DVD.