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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 39,429 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Yet another great release from Shout Factory, this double feature blu-ray/dvd combo has two obscure slasher films from the early 80's. I would say that they were definitely worth checking out especially X-ray which I thought was a fun little hospital based slasher flick. 1982’s X-Ray was a fun and delightfully gory little slasher that should at least have minor appeal to fans of gloriously cheesy ‘80s stalk-and-slash fare. While Schizoid was slightly boring. Barbi Benton was quite the busy, busty Playmate in the ‘70s. Primarily known for her television work, X-Ray was one of only a handful of films she starred in during her career. Here she plays Susan Jeremy, a woman who visits her local hospital for a routine checkup required for a new job. But someone in the hospital has other plans for Susan! A someone who, 19 years earlier, she had scorned when he professed his unrequited love for her. He also killed a fellow child at the time, but apparently the police were really bad at their jobs back then, so he was never caught. Anyway, Susan’s results are faked to show she has a serious illness, leading another physician to strongly recommend she stay the night for further tests. As expected, the killer stalks the hallways of the most abandoned hospital seen on film since Halloween II (1981), brutally killing nurses, patients, and doctors alike with some nasty surgical implements.

X-Ray or Hospital Massacre (which was it's original title) is your typical slasher flick, the premise is nothing special, playing sort of like a mash-up of the hospital-bound Halloween 2 and My Bloody Valentine. However X-Ray's ghoulish, campy, carnivalesque atmosphere certainly sets it apart from the rest of the lot.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Martin on 8 April 2015
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This is not a review for the films, but to be of help to prospective UK buyers, If you are looking to purchase this, but are not region A compatible, fear not, I have checked the Blu-Ray disc and can confirm it is REGION FREE (No top menu trick required here), it's fully region free, so will play on ANY UK Blu-ray player.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By david on 3 Mar. 2015
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excellent fim
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By belami on 16 Nov. 2014
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Though not stated this item did play on UK players
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Great releases! 27 Aug. 2013
By MPMarrero - Published on
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Just received and watched the X-Ray/Schizoid BluRay/DVD combo yesterday. Shout did a fantastic job on the resolution on both films. It was like watching the films for the first time. X-Ray has an interview with Boaz Davidson and Schizoid has an interview with Donna Wilkes (what a treat!) and a trailer. My only qualms is that I wish they had audio commentary for both films and a trailer for X-Ray. Other than that, I recommend everyone purchasing these great films.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Great flicks 3 Oct. 2013
By Michael M. Wilson - Published on
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This is two hard to find movies plus you get Barbie Benton in the nude. Really fun flicks from the 1980's when horror was not PG 13.
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Just a plea to those who had the vhs transfer of X Ray 27 July 2013
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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.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
X-Ray is Best Bad Movie Ever - 5 Star Hoot!! 23 Sept. 2013
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DVD transfer of X-Ray is fantastic, much better than vhs copy I've got when it was called Hospital Massacre. I collect bad movies & this gem is king of the bunch!! It takes all the time-honoured slasher elements and ramps them up to unbelievable heights of stupidity and goriness - kind of hospital a normal person would've steered clear of in the first place, heroine who's so stupid & badly acted (Barbi seems most comfortable when she's undressed, otherwise she's only got two switches - bitchy or slightly annoyed) you're rooting for the killer, at times very inventive goriness, with medical instruments galore why not, an overacting killer - you swear he's going to inhale that face mask. The famous examination scene is hysterical though it goes on interminably, we get it - she's got big fake boobs that don't ever move no matter what. The ex-husband and his orange - you have to see it to understand it. Nurses that belong in one of those Linda Blair nudie prison flicks. The music played while murders are going on is so odd it drains whatever tension there could be and you wind up laughing. I've watched X-Ray five times so far and it keeps getting better with each viewing - this is the Holy Grail of Bad Slasher Films. The other flick, Schizoid, is pretty decent - the woefully underrated Craig Wasson is best thing in it, Klaus Kinski does his bug-eyed weirdo routine, Marianna Hill is the overly nervous Nellie heroine, the whole Donna Wilkes subplot gets tedious though it gets the flick where it's going - movie's not the incredible gem X-Ray is, but it's an agreeable time filler. All in all, great price for one must-have and one not bad movie.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Fun 80's slasher flicks 2 Oct. 2013
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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.
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