If you're a fan of 1980's slasher movies this is a fun double feature of two from Cannon Pictures that had never been released on DVD. Neither is a classic or especially gory but both are quite fun in their own ways. X-Ray is a far better hospital slasher pic than Halloween 2 and features Barbi Benton who is trapped in a hospital after a mysterious stalker switches out her routine test results. Doctors won't tell her what is supposed to be wrong with her and also won't let her leave until further tests are performed. The killer systematically knocks off anyone who might figure out that the scary test results are bogus, working his way up to Ms. Benton. X-Ray cleverly plays off of people's sense of vulnerability when they're in the hospital and offers up some completely unnecessary nudity and cheap thrills along the way. Shizoid is probably the classier of the two films in that the stars include Klaus Kinski (Nosferatu; Fitzcarraldo), Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future; Taxi) and Craig Wasson (Body Double). It's a mystery where an advice columnist finds that members of her therapy group are being murdered off one by one. Could the murderer be the perverted and unethical psychiatrist played by Kinski or his deeply troubled teenage daughter? Or a member of the group? Or the heroine's ex, who also happens to be her boss at the newspaper (Wasson)? Schizoid isn't particularly stylish or bloody but if you like this type of thing it definitely gets the job done. Both films look nice and, considering that the only existing home video versions were VHS copies, the Blu-ray is obviously a huge improvement over what was previously available.